This #NatureMadeAtTarget sponsored post was made possible by Nature Made® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. As always, my back-to-school opinions are my own.
Summer isn’t the only time of the year to promote healthy habits. So help keep that fresh air perspective and give your kids a head start as they had back to school. All with these helpful (and tasty) tips for success!
Finding A Great Children’s Multivitamin!
We don’t think twice about establishing quality habits like making our bed or brushing our teeth. So keep your kids better prepared with daily nutritional support† of children-aged multivitamins. To which the tasty Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Multivitamin Gummies at Target were perfect to stock up on before school starts.
With no synthetic dyes, preservatives, or yeast; this is one multivitamin the kids are happy to line up for in the morning! And with lots of different vitamin options choose from, I also picked up the Nature Made® Multivitamin with Omega-3. Rotating use helps keep their taste buds engaged. And with the 1 gummy daily for ages 4-13, Target offers a great price, quality, and quantity. Plus by buying two Nature Made® product I qualified for a $5 Target gift card!
Plus…I don’t know about you but I can always use another reason to run to Target! Even if with the kids are in tow, I can always look forward to a great coffee, smiles in the dollar aisles, and of course a great product selection from clothes to cards to the CVS Pharmacy.
Get Savvy With Reusable Water Bottles!
And if you’re stocking up for back to school. Don’t forget to grab a reusable water bottle for the kids! We carry water bottles around all summer long. And with the heat, it’s easier to remember that hydration is key.
Yet with busy school routines, we often forget to push proper hydration. My kids always drink more water if it’s readily accessible. So make sure to pack water for the day so it’s handy in the classroom. The kids feel better at pick-up when they aren’t left with just sips from a water fountain.
Making A Plan For Success
Healthy habits don’t just stop with better nutrition and water intake. It also involves setting great goals for improving healthy behaviors too! Here’s a copy of an agreement my daughter made last year. And it was a staple on our refrigerator door when mornings proved difficult. We’ll continue the tradition this year. And before school begins, we’ll all sit down to outline ways to make our going back to school routine easier.
And there you have it. The top three ways we try to take our healthy summer habits back to school with us; Nutrition, hydration, and cohesive family planing. Don’t forget to find your Nature Made® savings at Target too. And let me know in the comments how you help build healthy habits for kids going back to school below!
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Leave a Reply