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We’ve been in school just a few weeks and already life is busy. While I admit to looking forward to back to school, my kids are not such big fans. Sure they get excited about seeing their friends again and meeting their teachers but after the first week, that newness wears off. As part of going back to school we get to pick up supplies galore, one of those supplies for both our home and the classrooms are Wet Ones.
I love that Wet Ones are so portable and kill 99.99% of the germs they come in contact with. Wet Ones is a great way I can encourage my kids at home and in the class to stay germ free. I can provide the full size packs for the teacher to have on hand and send the single packets with my kids so they have a way to combat germs on hand anytime. As, I said, we have gotten busy now that school has started…
With a girl in cheer and gymnastics, both boys in soccer my nights are busy. After each practice it’s never failed that, the minute they get in the van, they are hungry. I always keep a snack and single packets of wet ones for quick hand cleaning so they can munch on something. Whether in the class or on the go we are huge fans of Wet Ones and they are always on our back to school supply list (required or not). They go in their backpacks, soccer bags, and cheer bag. Because they are so portable I keep them in the car for cleaning on the go.
Did you know Wet Ones is a proud supporter of teachers through their partnership with TeacherLists.com? It’s a service that helps teachers connect with their parents around classroom needs. Since joining forces with TeacherLists.com in 2012, Wet Ones has donated 15,000 products to teachers all across the country as a jump start to getting their wish lists filled! Please share this with your readers and include a link for them to learn more about TeacherLists.com, where they can find out what their own teachers are looking for, and how they can get their own schools participating: http://www.teacherlists.com/
I love that a brand I know, use, and love is doing their part to give back! Do you use Wet Ones?