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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  • Don’t wait until the last minute to get eveything

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  • Get your books early and read the index, vocabulary, and familiarize yourself with the subject.

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  • So many good tips. I always find that getting the kids back on a sleep scheduled to be hard.

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  • Start getting up early a couple weeks ahead of time.

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  • get a good night’s rest.

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  • STock up on school supplies.

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  • my tip is to shop the back to school sale at walmart

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  • start shopping early so you can get the best deals

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  • Start buying at the end of the school clearance sales from the previous year!

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  • Stock up during the back to school sales so you don’t have to buy more throughout the year

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  • Get all different color notebooks/folders for your child. That way they can have one for each subject.

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  • Shop the sales and be organized

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  • For back to school supplies, look for the coupons and pair with a sale, get it for free like this!

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  • start early to buy clothes and school items before the rush is on.
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  • Get the kids back on a school sleep time

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  • Stock up on different supplies when they’re on sale. Put them in a box in the closet, then you don’t have to spend a random $5 during the school year when you run out.

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  • Make sure kids eat a good breakfast before going to school and have a good lunch. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep and hope to win :) Thanks !!!!!

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  • Always buy extra supplies, that way you will have less to buy the next year.

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  • Make plans for lunch for the whole week.

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  • Great new clothes, shoes, backpack, and supplies make a great back to school spirit

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  • Shop early for the wonderful school supply sales!!

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  • get plenty of rest the night before.

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  • Make sure your kids know it’s better to have no friends at all than to make friends with undesirables. Stay away from trouble!

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  • Always make sure you have enough pens, pencils and paper.

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  • In the week running up to back to school start the kids going to bed earlier by 1/2 hour a night working up to school bed time and start them on the study path by spending an hour a day on some school study..eg reading/ maths/ write me a story about what you did on this holiday..make it fun..they ARE still on holiday..but get their minds back into a learning routine!

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  • Start early getting the kids back to school bed time. That way they will be in the routine and won’t be over tired when school starts.

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  • If your kids are in elementary school, make arrangements to visit the school a week or two before classes so the child can meet their new teacher and get a feel for the classroom before school starts.

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  • Always get plenty of sleep every night and eat a good breakfast

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  • Buy school supplies after the 1st day so you don’t buy things you don’t need.

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  • dont piss off the big kids

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  • buy school supplies after the first day, things are cheaper and you won’t buy things you don’t really need

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  • Study as hard as you can so you can graduate early! Haha

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  • get clothes ready the night before

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  • Have the kids start going to bed early 2 weeks before school starts, that way it won’t be a shock for them when it starts.

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  • I always buy school supplies at the end of season clearance for the next year. Same with backpacks and lunch boxes. You get great bargains that way.

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  • save school supplies from the previous year

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  • Start look at sales at staples and walmart now they are offering great sales and take advantage of end of season sales and change kids bedtime at least two weeks early before schools tarts

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  • Shop all the sales for the best deals

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  • Start going to bed early and lay out the clothes to wear in the morning.

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  • twitted this today, 14/7

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  • Make sure to start going to bed early a few weeks before school starts so the kids don’t have too much trouble getting up on time.

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  • My tip is to save school supplies from the previous year!

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  • Use a tablet that has dividers so you can use it for several subjects.

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  • Get organized. Make a list and get it all way before the last few days before school. Get snacks etc when on sale and start early.

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  • Shop during sales

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  • Keep an eye on on the sales at CVS & Walgreens and you can save a ton of money

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  • Start shopping early so you have lots of time to get the best deals!

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  • Label everything so that your child doesn’t return home with a missing lunch box or pencil case.

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  • Use a labeler and label everything

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  • Stock up at every sale. That way you will have plenty through out the year

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