This schoolhouse party is part of a campaign that has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #Healthy4School #CollectiveBias
Stick with simple school supplies, bright colors, and school ready textures and patterns. Look around your home for items you can easily incorporate to add depth and height to your party setup. Or pick up items that can be repurposed or reused for future gatherings.
Parent First Aid Kit
- My favorite pain reliever, Advil® Liqui-Gels® because Nothing’s faster on tough pain*. *Among OTC pain relievers. *Use as directed.
- facial tissues
- Chapstick® is Skincare for lips™. From moisturizing to sun protection Chapstick® has a great variety for keeping lips smooth everyday.
- Notepad and pen for jotting down memories, moments, or to-do lists. I find it helpful to also to keep track of dosing by keeping a note of time nearby. For moments when you need to clear cough from your schedule, Robitussin® is there. *use as directed
- Convenient pill box filled with vitamints for on the go. Centrum Vitamints®: essential nutrients you enjoy like a mint, including 100 % or more of Vitamins C, D, E, and B6.
Kid’s School Essentials Sack
tongue depressor puzzle
The tongue depressor puzzle was a simple DIY that added a bit of fun to the kids school essentials goody bag. They were super simple to throw together and also added an activity element to the party. You could also print out black and white photos, let the kids color, and assemble them with these easy steps.
- Print out image and cut to size (~4″x6″).
- Line 6 tongue depressors in a row.
- Coat the back of your image with school glue, press onto sticks.
- Allow the image to dry, then cut apart using a rotary cutter.
^Based on the USDA.gov nutrient database value for a large, raw orange. †Zinc and Manganese*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.