Back to School with Wet Ones #sponsored

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School is back in session! Last year Mary started Kindergarten curriculum and now she's doing 1st grade! I can't believe how fast time flies!

One thing I learned about her is that she loves to do workbook pages. Most kids can't stand the tediousness of workbook pages but Mary thrives on them! She usually gets about 8 workbook pages each day but this year I'll be adding a lot more since she does them well and really enjoys them.

She also discovered a love for art which I am so glad of. She has an art curriculum that works very well for her and she's showing a lot of promise. This was one of her first lessons above and she had to draw a house with multi-colors. I think she did great for a five year old!

I also learned that Mary does very well on the computer too. She actually knows more about it than I do sometimes and that says a lot. She does a few programs online and also on CD on the computer and I'm amazed at how she's learned to navigate and even spell by copying things on them.

Mary's also had a few memorable field trips too last year! Here were two of her favorites!

To learn how things work and are made in a fun way, we went to Legoland Atlanta and had a blast! She learned how legos are made and the building process in a very fun environment!

Her other favorite field trip was when we went gem panning and learned just where rocks and gems come from. She had so much fun and did the panning all by herself without any help too so I was very impressed when she came out with a big bag of gems!

When it comes to home-schooling, sometimes stuff can get messy too but that bad part is that there's no janitor to help you out in that area! So for Mary's messes, we rely on Wet Ones to get us through. Wet Ones antibacterial wipes are an amazing help when it comes to art time too because they make for an easy cleanup.

Wet Ones is also a proud supporter of teachers through their partnership with – a service that helps teachers connect with their parents around classroom needs. Since joining forces with in 2012, Wet Ones has donated 15,000 products to teachers all across the country as a jump start to getting their wish lists filled! Be sure to check out TeacherLists so you can see just what your teachers need in the classroom and also to get your school involved!

So now that the school year has started, I know I'll be stocking up on Wet Ones. Even though we home-school we get messy too!

Do you bring Wet Ones to your kids' classrooms?