Here are this week’s best Back to School Deals at Office Max. There are several items for just $.25 this week! Special thanks to Ultimate Coupon Club for providing this year’s Office Max Back to School Deals.
This week’s Staples Back to School Deals are here and you can get a Mechanical Pencils 5-pack for just $.25 – that’s $.05 each! Thanks to IAmThatLady for providing this years Staples Back to School Deals!
Here are the best Office Depot School Supply Deals this week! The deals are starting to wind down – but .50 for school glue and scissors still isn’t bad
Check out all the other bargains in our Back to School Deals too!
Here are the deals & coupon match-ups for Kmart. My favorite deals are cheap Pop Tarts, Xtra Detergent, Nice N Easy, and Suave Hair Care. Make sure to check out the terrific back to school deals as well. [Read more...]
Here are the deals from Staples. My favorite deals this week include cheap Scotch Tape, Post It Notes, and all the terrific back to school deals. [Read more...]
Hurry into your local Olive Garden for lunch because now through 9/29, kids can eat free with the purchase of an adult entree!
I love the beginning of school year – the teacher’s have all put so much creativity into decorating their classrooms! Walking through the hallways during orientation night gets me inspired to organize and cutesy up my own house – and this year I totally STOLE this crayon clip idea from Mrs. Smith’s classroom at Arnold Memorial Elementary
This is a super-easy craft you can make and uses very cheap supplies – most of which you probably have lying around!
While Mrs. Smith had hers hanging on a clothesline in the hallway - I decided to make them into refrigerator magnets for all the masterpieces my kids will be bringing home from school.
1) Let your kids each pick their favorite color, so they will have a special clip just for displaying their favorite masterpiece each week. Addie picked Blue!
2) Hot glue a line along the clothes pin and stick the crayon to it, Crayola side up (I think it just looks cuter that way).
3) Now hot glue a nice strong magnet to the back so it can stick to the fridge. I tried to cut some of those thin magnets into strips (you know the ones you get free from Little Ceasar’s and whatnot) but they could barely hold up the clothespin and crayon, much less a painting as well.
My kids came home and went “cooool” – they loved ‘em! Let us know if you get a chance to try this out – or if you have more ideas for getting your home ready for back to school!
If you want to remember this craft for later – check out the “Pin-Friendly” image below!