SHELTON, Conn., Aug. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With back-to-school time right around the corner, parents and teachers are about to have their hands full. To help them be prepared and have fun while doing it, Wet Ones® has teamed up with Mom Central and TeacherLists.com to create an exclusive e-booklet [ https://bitly.com/WetOnesStickySituations] packed with tips for cleaning up sticky situations – both in and out of the classroom.
With help from Mom Central and TeacherLists.com, Wet Ones® asked moms, teachers and bloggers about recent sticky situations they have encountered and sought their expert advice on how to clean them up along the way. These stories are now part of the new Wet Ones® e-booklet, "Sticky Situations: Handling Life's Little Messes", a fun and sharable resource for parents and teachers alike.
"Back-to-school season proves to be a stressful time for parents," said Stacy DeBroff, mom, author, CEO and founder of Mom Central Consulting. "With so many activities taking place and so much to manage, parents often worry they won't be prepared. This e-booklet provides a resource for parents and teachers as they approach this jam-packed season."
These parents, teachers and bloggers captured memorable stories and humorous anecdotes about various Sticky Situations, and shared some tips they learned along the way. These include:
- Use one of your own button down shirts for kids when they are doing arts and crafts
- Put wax paper down on the counter when the little ones are helping you cook
- Tucking Wet Ones® Antibacterial Singles into your child's lunchbox will keep their hands 99.99% germ-free, even in the cafeteria
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