Monday, August 12, 2013

Green Your School Year Giveaway!


Welcome to the Green Your School Year Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and Brittleby's Corner together with the Green Moms Network!  We are excited to bring you awesome prizes to help your children get ready for a green school year!  After entering my giveaway, be sure to visit the other blogs listed under the Rafflecopter form for your chance to win more great giveaways. And don't forget to enter the grand prize giveaways!  Happy Mothering is featuring an awesome prize package for girls and Brittleby's Corner is featuring a prize package for boys!  Both packages are generously sponsored by Mighty Nest, Planet Shoes, Kickee Pants, TruKid and TreeSmart!

So, school starts for my pre-schooler next week and I just can't believe it.  The summer has seemed to go by way too fast.  Like many of you, I've completed my back-to-school shopping.  Some of my back-to-school purchases included new clothes, new shoes and new school supplies.  To help have a "greener" back-to-school, we're reusing last year's back pack, lunch box and some pocket folders. 

This year my pre-schooler will be attending a full day of school and that will include having lunch in his class room.  While school lunches are available for purchase, I'll be packing my little ones lunch each day and will be purchasing some eco-friendly lunch containers for my son's lunches.  That said, my giveaway will help you keep your school-aged kiddo's lunch safe and eco-friendly!  A favorite company of mine is Wean Green.  Wean Green is a Canadian company dedicated to providing parents with safe and environmental baby products that fit into every parent's diaper bag or lunch box!  Wean Green's goal is to ensure that your eco-footprint does not grow faster than your baby's sweet little feet.  My giveaway will include some of Wean Green awesome food storage options!
 
To enter this awesome Green Your School Year Giveaway, simply fill out the easy Rafflecopter form below.  This giveaway will run August 13th - August 28th. The winner will be randomly chosen via Rafflecopter.  The winner will be notified by e-mail and will have 48 hours to respond and confirm their prize, otherwise, a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!  Open to US and Canada only. 



Happy Back To School!
Toni The Chic Momma
 
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55 comments:

  1. We're using more ebooks and less printed books!

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  2. Using reusable and recycled products and wearing hand me down clothes are ways to go green for back to school

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  3. Donating items to be repurposed in the classroom.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  4. We'll be purchasing school supplies made from recycled content materials.

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  5. Trying to use recycled paper products

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  6. We try to buy green products and we reuse a lot of the supplies (backpacks, pencil pouch ect) from last year

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  7. We purchased school supplies made from recycled content materials.

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  8. trying to reuse as well as buy products that acn be reused or are made from recycled materials

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  9. We use reusable water bottles.
    Mandinav(at)aol(dot)com

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  10. We use reusable sandwich bags for lunch and use last years items as much as possible.

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  11. Greening up our school year by trying to get rid of plastic baggies and plastic water bottles, so far so good. Recycling plastic and aluminum cans, have cut down soda consumption radically at this house.

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  12. We are making waste-free lunches

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  13. We are reusing last years backpack
    lizzwisniewski(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  14. We are trying hard to buy all recycled supplies where possible.

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  15. Green school supplies including recycled paper and notebooks.

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  16. Waste free lunches, a backpack made of 100% recycled materials, and shopping clothes at consignment shops.

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  17. using bento boxes and reusable sandwich bags

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  18. I'm making my child's lunch every day using reusable products. :)

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  19. Our daughter in law uses cloth sandwich & snack bags in our grandsons preschool lunches

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  20. We try to find clothes and backpacks, etc. at thrift stores and consignment shops.

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  21. We use as many reusable products as possible.

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  22. I started packing cloth napkins for my kids and everything is packed in reusable containers

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  23. I pack cloth napkins, reusable snack bags and a water bottle.

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  24. trying to avoid anything plastic or disposable. not always easy but it can be done!

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  25. We are reusing what we can from last year (backpacks, scissors, lunchboxes, etc). Lunches are packed with almost 100% reusable containers from baggies to bottles.

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  26. just made the switch from plastic storage containers

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  27. We try to re-use whatever we can from the last school year.

    Angela Rhodes Ingles
    nofearpapertiger AT Gmail.com

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  28. We are reusing the same backpacks and smocks, sharpening up old pencils, reusing the same binders and I made some reusable lunch sacks for cold lunches :)

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  29. Same backpack, reusable water bottle, cloth napkins

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  30. WE are using recycled products, lunch supplies that are non plastic and can be used more than once, etc

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  31. We use as many recycled products as possible.

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  32. Reusing some of last years items instead of buying all new.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  33. The kids are riding the bus this year to and from school. It saves a ton of time and gas.

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  34. We are using as many reusable products as possible and taking advantage of being able to ride bikes to school when we can!

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  35. Eliminating disposable products!

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  36. we are using no paper products, instead have cloth wipes, unpaper towels, glass and stainless steel containers.

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  37. We plan on using reusable containers for lunches. Thanks for the give away opportunity!

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  38. As homeschoolers, we frequently use sidewalk chalk and sidewalks or email in place of paper. We reuse supplies which is especially easy since they don't have to have folders or notebooks in special colors (okay the local school supply list is getting freaky specific). We also don't buy supplies that we don't need.

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  39. We are trying to use as many recycled products as possible.

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  40. no ziplocs - going on my 2nd year.

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  41. my older kids are re-using products from last semester

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  42. we'e focusing on getting ridof disposable and greening cleaners

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  43. we are using recycled books from friends! sarah dot douglas9at gmail dot com

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  44. Some of the school supplies we bought are made from recyled products.
    Thanks!

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  45. We're redecorating last years backpack to reuse it this year.

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  46. We are getting better about recycling, pretty much anything that can be recycled we are doing so.
    Michelle Tucker

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  47. I'm working on getting away from disposable baggies. I have a few cloth bags and my kids use a reusable lunchbox and drink container.

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  48. We are using all reusable/recyclable items for our lunch boxes.

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