Groovy Giveaways Giveaway Hop

Groovy Giveaways Giveaway Hop

Groovy Giveaways Giveaway Hop

Most of our local homeschooling groups will not start back until after Labor Day but the public and private schools are all back in session where we live in Northern Kentucky. The buses are running and the little ones can be heard outside a whole lot earlier than they have been all summer. Are you ready for school to start? Ready or not, it is that time of year again. And it is another reason for us to participate in my favorite type of giveaway..the blog hop! Good luck!

 

Back to School Blog Hop

This event is being coordinated by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island. Because this is a blog hop, each of the participating blogs will have their own event for you to enter if you want a chance to win.

So, once you enter my event, then find my name on the list at the bottom of this post. Click on the name after mine and enter to win their event. Then keep clicking and entering…you will find your way back here and then you will know that you have made it all the way around the blog hop. Easy!

Let’s get started…..

My giveaway is Snack Gift Party Bundle Care Package

Snack Gift Party Bundle Care Package

This giveaway event will run from August 17th at 12 NOON EST thru September 7th at 11:59 pm EST!

My giveaway is open worldwide (except where prohibited by law). Winner will receive their choice of $25 Amazon or PayPal eCard which can be used to purchase snack box or winner’s choice of items.

Hosts & participating hop bloggers are not responsible for sponsors or self-sponsoring bloggers that do not fulfill prize obligations.

Ready to start hopping? See you when you get back here after making the loop! Please remember to show your support by following us on social media and leaving comments below.

 

Comments

  1. Lauren Becker says:

    My tip would be to plan as far ahead as you can, making it fun and exciting.

  2. Regine Karpel says:

    Enjoy the journey.

  3. My top back to school tip for parents is to have clothing picked out the night before so you aren’t rushing in the morning making clothing decisions!

  4. Melissa Storms says:

    My best back to school tip is to get back onto schedule 2 weeks before school starts.

  5. Set your kids’ sleep schedules back to “School Time” beforehand

  6. My best back to school tip is to go shopping early for the stuff.

  7. Judy Thomas says:

    Get sleeping patterns back to normal during the week before they go back to school.

  8. Pamela Gurganus says:

    My top back to school tip for parents is to get into a school sleeping routine a few weeks before school starts.

  9. My biggest tip for parents is to maintain a regular sleep schedule and start that schedule 2 weeks before school starts.

  10. kelly nicholson says:

    Get em back on sleeping earlier

  11. Lissa Crane says:

    I have always kept one main calendar in the kitchen with everything going on for everyone and check it daily or the night before, to keep organized! I even color if it’s a busy week!

  12. wake up early

  13. My biggest tip is make lists and shop early :]

  14. Get things ready the night before.
    Thanks for the contest.

  15. Wake up earlyy.

  16. paige chandler says:

    My best BTS tip is to prepare the night before

  17. start bedtimes a week earlier than school starts.

  18. Steve Weber says:

    My favorite tip is to get into an earlier bedtime routine.

  19. Try to get things done the night before

  20. Candace Miller says:

    Being organized is a must.

  21. Robin Abrams says:

    Shop early do not wait till the last minute.

  22. paige chandler says:

    Check store specials for BTS savings

  23. Get up early.

  24. Cathy French says:

    Tip to adhere to a school time bedtime schedule a few weeks before the first day

  25. chrissy c says:

    My best tip is to go online to look for the best deals before you go shopping!

  26. Make sure your child gets plenty of rest and a decent breakfast in the morning.

  27. Set up for breakfast meal the night before. I mean pots,skillets,table items.

  28. Have kids help with meals.

  29. Get ready the night before.

  30. paige chandler says:

    Set the alarm!

  31. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    My tip is to get as much ready the night before as you can.

  32. wake up in enough time to get ready.

  33. Shop early, stuff runs out fast.

  34. paige chandler says:

    Be prepared and be positive

  35. No electronics at meal time.

  36. I try to get my kiss on school schedule a couple weeks before school

  37. Get clothes ready the night before.

  38. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I would buy school clothes all year at great sales and supplies too.

  39. My best back to school tip for parents is to pack really good school lunches.

  40. Put clothing out early.

  41. Ann Fantom says:

    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

  42. Shop at thrift stores for clothes.

  43. Lisa Brown says:

    Reset the kid’s body clock: ease them back into school schedule bedtime.

  44. Pack the lunches the night before!

  45. Wake up in the morning

  46. Anne-Marie Tvete says:

    Breathe Deep !

  47. Judy Thomas says:

    Buy all school supplies at the beginning of the holidays to save stress at the end.

  48. Buy extras of notebooks and other things that will run out before school is over while the stuff is on sale.

  49. paige chandler says:

    Be prepared, organized and patient.

  50. Maintain a regular sleep schedule.

  51. Eat a good breakfast in the morning.

  52. Eat breakfast.

  53. paige chandler says:

    Be patient and understanding. A must

  54. get things ready the night before.

  55. Make big meals and freeze them for quick dinners.

  56. Lay out clothes for the week!

  57. Shop sales to save money.

  58. Shop around for the best prices.

  59. Have kids pack their own lunches.

  60. paige chandler says:

    Have everything you need to make lunch on hand.

  61. Get everything ready the night before so you don’t forget anything in the morning.

  62. Eat a good breakfast.

  63. Make nutritious lunches but don’t obsess over how they look.

  64. Judy Schechter says:

    Picking out an outfit the night before is a great time saver in the morning!

  65. Get on schedule early.

  66. elizabeth miller says:

    My top back to school tip for parents is to start a routine from day one and stick to it the best you possibly can. Gets function so much better when given a routine.

  67. sheila ressel says:

    Make sure to get the kids to sleep by bedtime so they don’t have a problem getting up the next morning.

  68. get everything ready the night before

  69. Buy school supplies all year long.

  70. My tip is to pack lunches and backpacks the night before. The mornings won’t seemed so rushed.

  71. Pack lunches the night before.

  72. Francine Anchondo says:

    Get their clothes ready the night before

  73. Get ready the night before…

  74. paige chandler says:

    Time management is key!!

  75. Get into a good routine as soon as you can.

  76. Jill Myrick says:

    Preparing for the morning such as laying out clothing and shoes, setting backpacks and jackets by the door and setting the table for breakfast not only save time but also make for a happier morning.

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  77. Judy Thomas says:

    Make sure book bags and backpacks are comfortable and won’t cause back pain when full.

  78. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Prepare everything for the school in the evening! 🙂

  79. I buy certain items on clearance throughout the year. Items that I know the kids will be able to use.

  80. Buy supplies early.

  81. Jerry Marquardt says:

    My number one tip for back to school is to be sure that you are ready to help your child out so they stay interested in each day they go to school.

  82. Get good sleep – for everybody!

  83. Wake up before your kids do.

  84. Have the kiddos do it all with ya..makes them responsible..and more important builds self esteem and character..don’t do it yourself..even little ones can help.

  85. Umm, don’t have kids?

  86. Come up with a routine and stick to it no matter what!

  87. Laurie Nykaza says:

    pack lunch the night before for the kids.

  88. Julie Waldron says:

    Have everything set out the night before.

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