Our oldest started preschool this year and she has been busy making new friends this past month. We are really happy with the school that we have chosen for her because there is a lot of professional help in place and specialists who work with the students at a preschool level to make sure they are off to a good start once they start kindergarten and grade one.
This isn’t to say that she, or and of the students need the help, but it is nice to see that it is there in case any obstacles to how they learn arise.
I was initially worried about her speech, but the language experts that work with the class have said that she is doing fine for her age and they have been working with her to fine tune how she says some words. If I could give $10,000 to any school, it would be this one.
With the help of Lysol, one very lucky school in Canada IS going to receive $10,000. Maybe it will be yours.
Lysol has a contest going on right now to reward both an amazing school and our kids who, quite frankly, can never keep their hands to themselves.
To enter the Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap ‘Is Your Kid a Kid Who Touches Everything?’ Photo Contest, you need to submit a photo of your own kid doing what they do best, exploring the world around them and getting their hands ‘dirty’. The grand prize winner will receive $10,000 cash and $10,000 towards a school of their choice. You can find out all about the contest and enter on the Lysol Canada Facebook page under the tab at the top titled Photo Contest.
Want some inspiration, here are my girls exploring their world and having fun. I always tell my daughter that you can tell how much fun you had by how messy you got.
You have until October 31, 2012 to get your entries in. $10,000 goes a long way both in schools and personally.
Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol® Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.