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Let me tell you growing up, the education in my county was good but not always accesible for all the kids. Is very expensive and for most of the families once the kid is ready to go to high school they simple send them to find a job to help the family.
We were very fortunate because my father always had a steady job and thus provide us with the education we needed, buena education buen trabajo, that’s what my father used to said.
Now living here my girls enjoy of a good education and they can be sure that for us as a parents education is always first and one of the things you can do help your local school to keep those help programs open is by supporting the Campbell´s Labels For Education® program.
Programs like this are so simple for us because the only thing you need to do in buy products with the Campbell´s Labels For Education® and they add up points for the school to buy any supplies they need. Just look for the label in the product to make sure you are buy the right one.
You can go to Target or Walmart, there you can find all the products that are participating in this campaign and to make it even more easy for you here’s a List of the Products, to help you have a guide when you go shopping. I went to Target and I find all those them.
To make this experience more fun heres a fun way to use those empty cans I know you are going to have a lot, and also a great way to involve your kids and make this experience more united, tell your friends and family too, we all can help with the program.
From August 3 to 9 October Labels For Education ® program has a draw of 1 million Dollars for Education in which 100 schools will have the chance to win $ 10,000. Cut and collect labels to support your school!
DIY PENCIL HOLDER
Is so easy you only need an empty can, some pain, and paper tissue, and of course some creativity.
First remove the label, and clean the can.Once you have pick the colors, star from the bottom I use white so I can place the name later.Without cleaning your brush, add the next color, and then add the next color to finish with the exterior.
In the interior of the can pain heavily and place pieces of paper tissue, this was my little daughter idea, se want it to add a girly touch. Then cut with those fancy looking scissors to give it the final touch.
The last step is to place the name of the child, teacher or just for what you want the holder and is ready. Don’t forget to let it dry first.
Be sure to check out more participant products http://www.labelsforeducation.com/Earn-Points/Participating-Products. I’d love to hear your favorite!