Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. : just in time for school! ($100 Amazon Giveaway)

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I can’t believe I’m writing this but it’s almost time for Back to School….well, for some of you.  Here in Connecticut we don’t go back until the very end of August, but I know many will be back in school in just a few short weeks!  With back to school comes lots and lots of exposure to germs- and like it or not, no person is exempt from those germs.  Kleenex has started a really fun and “hip” new campaign called Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish.which is a three-step routine that was developed to teach kids how to keep stuff off of their hands so parents can feel confident when they head back-to-school. They’ve even included the beloved holiday-time folks over at Elf Yourself in the campaign!

When it comes time to sneeze, it’s important to have Kleenex brand facial tissues with Sneeze Shield, a proprietary process of coating applied to the tissues that helps keep stuff off of hands and in the tissue. It’s easy for Mom to feel confident that her kids can use Sneeze Shield wherever they go with Kleenex brand’s convenient package shapes and sizes, including:

  • The Slim Pack. It is thin and sleek, so you can always keep a tissue on hand. Their trendy design makes it the perfect accessory for hip tweens and teens, while their convenient size makes it easy to slide them into pockets, back packs and bags.
  • The Car Wedge. It fits perfectly in the car door or glove compartment – no need to lug around a box of tissue or fumble in a purse for a tissue while driving.
  • The Go Pack. Strong, soft and absorbent, Kleenex brand go packs have been there for happy tears and stuffy noses since 1924.

So let’s all learn the Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!

  1. Shield your kids with Kleenex brand’s unique Sneeze Shield tissues
  2. Sneeze when you gotta!
  3. Swish that Kleenex tissue right into the waste basket (two points!)

Visit www.Kleenex.com to become a star in the Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. video and for helpful tools to teach your kids the Sneeze Shield routine. You can even create a video starring your child from the makers of Elf  Yourself to help them really get into the idea of Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!  Here’s my son starring in his video!
One reader will win a $100 Amazon Gift Card so you can be sure to have enough Kleenex in the house before the kids head back to school!

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  • Lots of hand sanitzer!

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  • My best tip is to keep it in perspective. The finest shoes, a bazillon new supplies and new hair styles, etc. are not necessarily needed and may not even matter in six weeks.

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  • Shop early to take advantage of the best deals

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  • I would say to keep a list of what you will be needing and shop the sales. Don’t wait until the last minute because stores will run out of what you want.

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  • Shop early and have everything packed and ready the night before along with clothes picked out and lunches ready to avoid chaos that morning

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  • We start going to bed early a week or two in advance.

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  • My best tip is to get your kids use to their school year bed time at least 2 weeks before school starts.

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  • What’s your best back to school tip?

    broken alarm clock for excuse,,ha ha

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  • Watch the office supply stores for great prices on back to school supplies and stock up. Buy more than just what you need and either store for next year, donate to the classroom, or donate to a school supply drive.

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  • my best tip is to buy early an not wait until the last minute an the selection is poor

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  • Set up a homework time schedule.

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  • lay out your outfit and school supplies the night before.

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  • shop around for the best deals

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  • I buy clearance from the year prior, and stock up!

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  • I wait until just before school starts for the best deals.

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  • To shop aroound

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  • Stock up on school supplies while the prices are low, and make sure to get extras to donate to needy kids.

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  • My favorite back to school tip is stock up on supplies for the entire year for both home and school while the prices are low!

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  • Watch for great sales and stock up for the year

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  • Plan and shop early.

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  • buy things as they go on sale. and buy for the whole school year like notebooks on sale for a dime buy alot. later they will be over a dollar a piece

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  • Start shopping early

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  • SHop early!

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  • During the summer we tend to let our daily ‘routine’ slide a bit so a few weeks before school starts we get the kids back in line with what is expected of them. Bed time, when we eat, getting dressed (yes, they like wearing pjs as long as possible!) etc.

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  • Shop before all the good deals are over.

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  • Best back to school tip: watch the ads to get the best prices!

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  • shop early so there’s time to catch all those little things you forgot without the panic… hopefully… lol

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  • shop early and buy extra while it is on sale

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  • Shop on tax free weekend!!

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  • Organization is rule 1! Don’t wait until the last minute — everything will be sold out!

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  • shop the school supplies sales early!

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  • Start shopping early for supplies and stock up for when they run out mid year.

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  • what works for us…preparing the night before. Sounds too simple. But we have woke up late (as in only 10 minutes to get dressed and out the door late) and we have never been late to school. We get our clothes laid out, book bags by the front door, lunches prepacked. And it makes our mornings a whole lot easier

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  • keep everything organized!!

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  • I try to buy my back to school supplies throughout summer. A little bit at a time and before you know it my list is complete!

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  • Get your school supplies and clothing early.

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  • Buy extras while they are on sale and start early!

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  • Always look for the sales… Also try to shop early.. The earlier the better for the cheaper prices. Thanks

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  • look for ads online and in your newspaper now for sales. I would say do not wait till the last minute

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  • My best tip is to stock up on supplies that you know you’ll need when they’re on sale or clearance!!

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  • Stock up on sale school supplies so you don’t pay big throuout the year.

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  • Get school supplies on sale right now, and let the kiddos help you buy them. Also, let them try them out when you get home from the store, before you put them away for school. (My son loves this!)

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  • My best tip is to start shopping the sales for school supplies now
    Thanks!

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  • Shop the sales and make sure everything is labeled before the first day of school!

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  • Shop on tax free weekend.

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  • I send my kids with plenty of pencils.

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  • Look for the specials early on back to school items like pencils, pens, etc. If I wait to late there will be nothing left!

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  • While kids don’t always need new school supplies (may have leftovers from last year), it is always a good way to get kids excited about the new school year.

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  • Fine sales on clothes and school supplies, and stock up on snacks!

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  • Start looking for the sales on school supplies now!

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