A quick and easy gift to bring to Back to School night. Give your teacher a “hand” with this calling card printable and hand sanitizer!
I do have one question though…my 6th grader has to bring a binder, 5 dividers, pencils, and a pencil box for PE. P.E.! Can someone please tell me why? When I was in Jr. High, we needed gym shorts and a t-shirt so this is new for me.
I also keep PURELL® Hand Sanitizing Wipes in the car to wipe up after school or on the road. Target had a large display of PURELL® products in the Back to School aisle which made it easy to stock up on the necessities.
I plan to continue to volunteer in the kids’ classes this year and decided to make a quick and easy gift to bring to Back to School night for their teachers in elementary school. A “calling card” so they know that not only am I willing to help out, but that I want to! Call me crazy, but mindless work like stapling papers, laminating projects, and grading spelling tests are fun for me. I also like catching a glimpse of my children interacting with friends and classmates.
To print, right click to open image in a new page. Click on file and print image.
Have you heard about the PURELL® 30 Day Challenge? A study showed that using PURELL® 3 times a day for 30 days can reduct the risk of getting sick. To me this isn’t that much of a challenge since I use hand sanitizer on a regular basis, and sometimes more than 3 times a day! We are still going to join the PURELL® 30 Day Challenge this year, and make sure that the kids are using the proper hand washing techniques as well to hopefully prevent a nasty cold and flu season in our home.
I will let you know how it goes for us after we finish the challenge! How do you get ready for cold and flu season when sending your kids back to school every fall? You can learn more about the PURELL® 30 Day Challenge here!
I made a Pinterest board that you can browse with all of the products I mentioned in this post (including the cute cowgirl boots!) from Target. Here’s to a healthy and happy school season