How to Teach Kids Organization Skills and Back To School Giveaway

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
Summer is in full force and I don’t even want to think about school, just the tougth of it depresses me, I love summer days! No schedules, late summer nights, beach days! But in a blink of an eye back to school is here and it’s better to be prepared than sorry right?

You’ll agree that specially in the summer it’s even harder to keep the house organized and children are even more disorganized and messy than usual. But It’s actually in the summer when I make my kids practice their organization skills even more! In the video I tell you 3 Tips to Teach Kids Organization Skills I’ve been teaching my children since they were little.

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
And  anything that can help my kids keep their room a little more organized I’m in! ( I said a little because you know organization it’s not in boys’ blood) This Link® Over-the-Door Organizer ($30) it seems to be doing the trick.

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
The more ways you provide to your kids to keep things in place the easier it’s for everyone to keep the house clean and avoid mess (If that’s even possible with boys)

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
The Link® Over-the-Door Organizer is part of the JCPenney Back to School Look Book featuring new best-in-class picks for all ages.

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
From pillows, bedding to decorative items, anythings kids, teens and youths need to make back to school easier and use their organization skills.

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
My personal favorite is the Cooks 5-in-16 pieces Metallic power Blender($40)

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
In less than 3 minutes I can make the most delicious smoothie even my kids can use it, since you only twist the cup ans it blends.

How to teach kids to get organized and back to school giveaway
The Cook blender comes with a an additional small cup, perfect for on the go student or mom like me! Plus the cups are dishwasher safe. Take a look at the JCPenney’s School Look Book, CLICK HERE!

Did you know that kids who are organized are destined for success, organizational  skills gives them independence and increases the children’s self-esteem. Follow my tips to Teach Kids Organization Skills, the younger you start the better!

Giveaway

To help you help them, I’m giving away (1) $50 JCPenney Gift card so you can also start the school year organized. 

Use the form below to log in and enter the giveaway. Simply do one or more of the following nine entry methods listed on the form and earn up to a total of 36 points! Complete all nine entries to give yourself the best chance of winning!

Giveaway will be open until July 27th at 9:00pm PST. Winner will be selected via random.org and will be notified via email. Winner has 24 hours to respond to our notification before another winner will be selected. Giveaway is open to winners in the US only, 18 years or older.

Disclosure: I received (1) This Link® Over-the-Door Organizer  (1) Cooks 5-in-16 pieces Metallic power Blender and (2) $25 JCPenney Gift Cards for the giveaway. As always all opinions are my own.

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  1. lupita m says:

    Yo siempre trato de enseñarles con juegos como deven recojer sus jugues o libros lo que sea que usen asi Es mas divertido para ellos y facil El trabajo para mi aprenden a organizarse y nos divertimos juntos

  2. Claire says:

    Making sure they always put stuff back wherei t belongs

  3. Maria Beas says:

    Me gusta mucho pasar tiempo con mis hijos y mas cuando se trata de ensenarles algo o ayudarles con alguna actividad de la escuela o de la casa. Siempre me gusta darles el ejemplo. Les he enseñado a ser organizados y mas en cuestión de la escuela. Recogen sus útiles, toman nota de lo que les hace falta y así sucesivamente también les gusta ahorrar dinero de los que les da sus tíos para lo que ellos gusten.