Whether your kids are heading off to school in actual classrooms or staying at home to take classes virtually, be smart! As parents, be smart and keep you and your kiddos healthy for back to school season. Share these tips with your customers and stock up on some supplies so children can be armed with what they need to go back to school safely.
Smart & Healthy Back to School Tips
- Start the day off right – Have a healthy breakfast as a family if possible. Maintaining a healthy weight for kids is especially important for children as their eating habits tend to stick with them. If your kids are picky eaters, add in a supplement like our DNA Miracles Vitamin C Chews.
- Pack (or prepare at home) nutritious snacks – This is a great opportunity to include at least one fruit or veggie. Try to limit the sugary drinks and pack water instead and limit the white foods like bread, bagels, pasta and rice. Remember portion sizes too, those great little portioned containers are perfect for lunches.
- Stay Clean – Make sure your children know how to properly wash their hands, especially while out of the home. Of course, it’s a good idea to send them off with hand sanitizers in case they don’t get to wash their hands as often as you’d like. The Shopping Annuity Sanitizer spray is great for kids as it doesn’t get much easier than that!
- Routine – Not to suggest that your kiddos don’t have a sleep schedule, but things change during the summer. Be sure to get your children back to their usual school routine, whether they are going to the classroom or doing school online.
To see all your back to school needs in one place, make sure your customers are aware of our landing page! You can search by various categories so it’s easy to navigate and find all you need. Our DNA Miracles® line has awesome, safe products ranging from health and wellness to bath-time products. Share the DNA Miracles landing page with your parent or soon to be parent customers!
Parents and teachers, what are some tips that you can share with others to help kids have a safe and healthy school year?