How we are giving back with back to school shopping + DIY Box
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kleenex® Facial Tissue.
It may be Summer but back to school season is in full force already. For some odd reason, I love everything associated with back to school – especially the deals you can get.
A is starting full-day kindergarten this fall. Even though he’s been in PRE-K for the last two years, Kindergarten is such a milestone, especially since going full day means going to a new school. New school = new teachers.
Schools are always looking for donations of necessities, especially during the beginning of the school year. The best part is you can find them at your local Costco. Since back to school shopping will be in full force, members will be able to save $4 on the Kleenex Facial Tissue bundle pack from 8/9 to 9/2 at Costco. Kleenex Facial Tissue at Costco is Made to Give More which is great. These bundles come in a 10-pack and have 43% more tissues per box which is the best way to go. You can even store some of the boxes at home, because we all know flu season will be starting up in September.
One of the great reasons I love buying the bundle packs is they are Box Top friendly. Each bundle includes 15 Bonus Box Tops which help my child’s school. Now that A will be starting fresh in a new grade school, it’s even more important to participate in every way that we can.
Creating a back to school bin
Getting the kids involved is essential so they know they are contributing to a great cause – helping their own school.
To make the DIY box, you will need:
- Crate or bin
- Kleenex Facial Tissue
- Classroom essentials (pencils, sticky notes, crayons, etc.)
- Hand Sanitizer
- Construction Paper for Sign (kids can decorate their own)
Voila, there you go. Plus, it has all the essentials that your teachers especially need when having to clean up messes.
What else would you include in your back to school bin?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kleenex Facial Tissue.