Monday, April 29, 2013

Boogie Wipes in a Classroom - Boogie Wipes Teacher Kit Review & Giveaway!

I am a huge fan of Boogie Wipes.  I've worked with them a few times and they just have amazing products. You can read my previous review here.  
I was thinking to myself one day how much I love having Boogie Wipes in my house because my kids always seem to be sick, have bad allergies or a messy face.  Boogie Wipes keep my kids (and my) nose from getting sore when we have to blow our noses a lot.  Plus Boogie Wipes also work for helping me clean my kids' faces up after a messy meal or snack.  Anyway, I ran across the Boogie Wipe Teacher Kit and I just knew that having Boogie Wipes in a class room is an awesome idea!  
This picture is not mine it's from here
The Boogie Wipe Teacher's Kit includes: 
2- 90 count canisters (1 Grape and 1 Fresh)
2- 30 count packs (Grape and Fresh)
1 classroom poster
50 samples
50 coupons
The Boogie Wipe Teacher's Kit is available exclusively for schools, daycares and professional facilities.  I was lucky enough to get an opportunity to work with Boogie Wipes and Gobles Elementary School.  My daughter is in Kindergarten so I worked with her teacher.  We decided that a good idea was to give each of the kids in the class room a baggie with 2 sample boogie wipes each to keep at their desks.  The Canisters where located in spots around the classroom and the 30 count packs where perfect for keeping with the craft supplies to help clean up.  
The kids where all very excited about getting to keep their Boogie Wipes with them.  I explained to the kids that Boogie Wipes are like a wet tissue and that they help keep your nose from getting sore when you have to blow your nose a lot.  I was very surprised how excited the kids where to hear that!  If you want to purchase a Teacher's Kit for your classroom, daycare or professional facility you can buy them online here.  
Boogie Wipes are made with saline and are soft to the touch!  If you are not a teacher, daycare provider or park of a professional facility don't worry you can still buy Boogie Wipes!  You just can't get the Teacher's Kit.  You can buy Boogie Wipes online or at the store!  Want to find a store near you that sells Boogie Wipes?  Then head here!
Boogie Wipes has been nice enough to offer for one person to win a Boogie Wipes Teacher Kit for their local school!  To enter to win use the Rafflecopter below!  You must be 18+ and must be in the USA. 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
I have permission for the Gobles Elementary Principle to post the pictures of the kids!

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15 comments:

  1. Hacker Valley School in Hacker Valley, WV

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  2. Spalding Elementary in Boise, ID.

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  3. My sons school - Wilson Elementary School, Coppell, TX

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  4. The headstart program across the street from our home :)

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  5. My kids elementary school. Every classroom can use this though :-)

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  6. I would give to Bird Rock Elementary where my grandchildren went.

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  7. Estrella Vista Elementary in Avondale, Az

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  8. Wow this is an awesome giveaway! Thank you.

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  9. I'd give this to my daughter's Elementary School, Burton Elementary in Huntington Woods, MI :)

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  10. Thank you. Hoping to win so I can donate!

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  11. i would give this to our elementary thanks! crystal allen

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  12. I would give it to my sons school!

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  13. We love boogie wipes around here too. I keep a canister size down in our homeschool classroom for sticky messes.

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  14. It would go to my sons school and his class for special educations.. They could use them all for sure LOL I always try to donate because there with super messy kids they go threw more supplies than the average class.

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  15. I need to grab these for our classroom. Thanks.

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