Sign Up With Smiley360 & Get To Try Products for FREE!


Have you heard of Smiley360?

It’s a site that allows you to try products for free in exchange for your willingness to tell your friends about the product and your experiences with it.


Around 5 years ago, I signed up with Smiley360 and had received a few free products from them. I remember having so much fun getting those boxes of free products in the mail. But then, I guess life got busy and I sort of forgot about them.


However, when Smiley360 recently contacted me about doing an in-depth review for them, I quickly remembered those free product boxes I’d gotten and knew I wanted to try them out again so I could tell you about Smiley360.


In doing this review, I remembered just how much I’d enjoyed them before and I kicked myself that I’d dropped the ball on keeping tabs on them and free product testing opportunities they’ve had the past few years. Live and learn, right?

How to Get Started With Smiley360

Interested in getting free products to try out from Smiley360, here’s how to get started:

1. Sign up for an account — either with your Facebook account, your Twitter account, or with your email address.

2. Confirm your email address and log into your account.


3. Fill out your profile.


4. Go and fill out the Mom Survey and the Introduction Survey. You’ll earn 55 points for doing both of these things, plus you’ll help Smiley know more about you so that they can offer you products to try that are relevant to you. It took about 15 minutes total for me to fill out both of these surveys.


5. In the Introductory Mission, you can also grab your referral link to earn 1 point for up to 10 people you refer.


6. Then, you can go to the Dashboard again and fill out any of the surveys to see if you qualify for free product review opportunities (or “missions,” as they call them).

Smiley3607. If you (like me) don’t qualify for any of the opportunities available in your dashboard, make sure you are signed up to receive notifications when new opportunities are available.

8. If you qualify for a free product testing opportunity, you’ll receive a box in the mail with the free product and an instruction card. The instruction card has details on what your mission is.


How Does Smiley360 Work?

Once you’ve filled out your profile and qualified for a Mission (i.e. a free product testing opportunity), you’ll receive a box in the mail with the free product and an instruction card. The instruction card has details on what your mission is.


For the most part the missions included:

1. Trying the product.

2. Sharing about the product and your experiences with your friends/on social media.

3. Participating in extra opportunities: entering a contest, reading more details about the product on a special site online, sharing a coupon with friends, connecting with a brand on Facebook, and so forth.


Is Smiley360 Worth Your Time?

Of the five boxes we got to review, I found each of the missions to be simple and straightforward, probably requiring 15 to 30 minutes of your time (at maximum) in exchange for the free product.

I thought that the free products were generous. There is at least one full-sized product, plus some extras in each box. Most products would be a value of at least $4 to $6+.

If you like trying free products and sharing about them with your friends on social media, I’d definitely encourage you to sign up to Smiley360. It’s a fun way to get to try new products in exchange for a little bit of your time.

Go sign up for Smiley360 here.

{Note: This review was underwritten by Smiley360. All opinions and thoughts are my own. Read our disclosure policy here.}

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HUGE List of FREE Homeschool Curriculum, Deals, & Resources


This is the weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Jamerrill from If you aren’t a homeschooler, but you’re a parent, teacher, babysitter, or nanny, you’ll probably find at least a few useful freebies in this list. You may also want to go through the Educational Deals and Freebies from earlier this week for more

Maybe you are looking for a few goodies to add to the curriculum you are already using, this list has some pretty great choices. If you have adopted, a child this inspiring article on How to Homeschool Adopted Kids will encourage you. Finally, there are some really great fall-themed printables, that cover more than one subject and are for children of various ages, that you don’t want to miss!

Fall Themed Freebies


This super cute FREE Pumpkin Calendar Set for 2014 includes October and November.

Use this FREE Apple Unit Study to cover a multitude of subjects. It includes printables for math, reading, language arts, and more. If it’s only writing, language arts, phonics, and reading you need, try this FREE Pumpkin Printable Pack.

Here are a few FREE fall/autumn printables that cover a variety of subjects:

Fall is a time to be thankful. Remind your child how to be thankful with this FREE Learning to be Thankful Printable Pack.



Continuing on with the fall theme, work on some math with this FREE Math Pumpkin Pack and this FREE Candy Corn Multiplication Math Puzzles.


Music is a great way for preschoolers to begin learning. This FREE Autumn Rhythm Game for Preschoolers incorporates music and fall into one activity.


Teach your child letters using Bible verses with these FREE Letter G Bible Verse Printables.

Help your child learn verses with this FREE Scripture Pack Printables. Then, as they are spending time in prayer they can use this FREE Prayer Book for Kids to keep track of what they pray for and how their prayers are answered.

Homeschool Organization

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Looking for a way to keep your student organized? Try these FREE October Assignment Sheets or this FREE Student Planner 2014 {Subscriber Freebie}.

If it is you that needs to be organized, here is a simple way to gain more time in your day: How to Gain More Hours in Your Day by Using Lunchboxes.

Literature, Spelling, and Writing

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 While this FREE Fall Spelling Worksheets for Early Readers includes various fall themed words for your child to learn, this FREE My Spelling Dictionary can be used with any curriculum.

Does your child struggle with a disability? Learn How you can Help your Child With Dysgraphia.

These FREE Pilgrim’s Progress Graded Readers levels 1-2 area a great way for your whole family to enjoy reading Pilgrim’s progress on their own level.

You will have your young reader reading in no time with this FREE Super Hero Easy Reader. Before you start reading, try this FREE Pre-Reading Book Hunt.


Here are FREE Printable History Activities and FREE Christopher Columbus Resources to supplement your history curriculum.



This great preschool/K pack includes 27 Pages of FREE Letter Placement and Spelling Practice to help your child learn 3 and 4 letter words. However, when you want to practice writing skills with your toddler, try these Pumpkin Pre-writing Preschool Printable Freebies.

Then you can work on counting with these Free Fall Counting Mats 11-20.

Click here thousands of homeschool freebies!

*Don’t forget! If you are looking for additional free homeschool resources please check the huge growing list of free homeschool curriculum and resourceson!

Jamerrill is the homeschooling mother of a large and growing family. After seasons of spending $50 or less annually to homeschool her children, she started Free Homeschool Deals in 2012 to help all families afford the homeschool life. You can follow the homeschool goodness on Pinterest and Facebook.

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