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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  • My tip is to shop during sales.
    austma7@aol.com

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  • I buy all our needed items a bit each week. I search all the sale papers and buy items as they are on sale and place each into my kids backpacks.
    Thanks so much.

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  • Write your child’s name inside backpacks, sweaters, etc.

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  • You should buy plenty of school supplies at the first of the year while they are on sale.

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  • make a list and try to do all back to school shopping in one trip! :)

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  • bUY BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES EARLY

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  • Be prepared for anything!

    Also, invest in quality clothes/backpacks!

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  • Buy school supplies during the year and stock up when there are sales

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  • Do not waste money on cheap backpacks, spending more money on the good quality backpacks (ex. LLBean) is well worth the money and will last longer.

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  • Start adjusting your schedule about a week before school and stock up on supplies when on sale

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  • purchase at the end of seasons.

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  • Keep washing your hands, and get plenty of rest! The stress of starting school can make you susceptible to bugs…

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  • Get organized early, and shop in July and August for the best deals!

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  • Shop early to avoid long stressful lines!

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  • Start getting yours up early a week before school starts to help with schedules.

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  • Shop during sales and use coupons.

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  • It is a really hot day out today, try not to blast your air conditioner, only to let the hot air out at night

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  • Stocking up is a great idea…we buy extras for Christmas gifts for needy kids too!

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  • shop early for supplies to save

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  • Buy in bulk. shop healthy.

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  • I shop year round for school supplies but when I find a great deal I buy extra & donate to the classrooms.

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  • Just bought an 8 pack for back to school. Probably going to need another one before we actually start school

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  • sanitize everything when it comes home from school. don’t let all those germs infest your home and make the family sick

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  • I always shop the sales year round for the supplies.

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  • I usually buy extra notebooks, pens, paper when shopping in July & August so when we run out mid-year, I have plenty on stock.

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  • Look in papers and such to find cheapest deals and check online for coupons.

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  • Stock up on next year’s supplies when this year’s supplies go on clearance!

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  • shop early and wisely

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  • This is our first back to school as my oldest is starting K this fall. I do plan on easing into the early morning routine a week or so early so that first day is not a total mess.
    Thanks,
    Michelle W.

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  • My tip is to stock up on school items in August and September when they will be at their cheapest.

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  • My back to school tip is start getting your child back into the school schedule a few days before school starts by getting on a regular bed and wake up schedule

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  • pack good lunchs

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  • My best tip is watching for sales and using coupons when possible for many of the items you purchase

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  • My best tip is watching for sales and using coupons when possible for many of the items you purchase

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  • My tip is to shop all year and if you can buy a few extras when things are next to nothing and give the excess to the teacher!

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  • My best tip is to keep the dinner table conversation open. Kids get excited, scared, overwhelmed, when starting in a new classroom and even a new school. Make time to talk and ask questions. It erases some of the fears and gives time for kids to open up. Also, get all the school numbers organized and contacts in your phone and email contacts WAY before you might need them…such as when your kid is sick, when you need a conference with teacher, when you need to call or email someone when your kids new Nikes are lost after gym class, etc. We get the info at registration and forget to do this until the first days of school, then have been put off guard when something happens and not prepared.

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  • I go to Walmart in August and stock up on everything that’s cheap so we don’t run out of anything. Thanks for the cool giveaway!

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  • Shop on sales and use coupons

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  • Keep everything together and always prepare anything the night before so you’re not rushed.

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  • wait til after school starts to buy back to school clothes. no matter how much the kids like their new clothes if it’s not what everyone else is wearing they won’t wear it

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  • Shop during the sales to get good deals!

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  • My best tip (or what I do) is shop school supplies year round when I find a great deal for things like pencils, paper, folders, binders, tissues, hand sanitizer. I also shop for school clothes early – although this year my kids school will be a uniform school, so I’ve been taking advantage for the Sears/Free Apparel Tuesdays and picking up a piece each week. It has really helped out a lot.

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  • My best tip is do daily homework with your kids so that they don’t forget everything over the summer!

    jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

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  • I buy supplies all year long when they are on sale.

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  • Shop for clothing and supplies the year before while items are on clearance. Planning ahead can save a bundle.

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  • My best back to school tip is to put all the money you plan to spend in an envelope, and when it is gone, the shopping is over. That way we don’t overspend.

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  • Plan a head for paper pen and pencil needs see I know highschoolers may have different classes in the spring but the back to school sales are best in the fall Have a supply box or cupboard for back up supplies for the spring. this saved my mom a bundle

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  • Start looking for back-to-school sales now.

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  • Start supply shopping early.

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  • I shop the sales and stock up as much as I can for the whole year. Sometimes it is nice to have extra backpacks or lunch kits for mid year since my kids always seem to lose something! :)

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