Sit up a little higher with a Kaboost Portable Chair Booster!

My grand daughter is at the age where she just does not want to sit in her high chair any more. This can be a little bit of a challenge since she isn’t quite tall enough to sit on her bottom in a chair and reach the table. So when you need a little lift, a Kaboost Portable Chair Booster might just be the perfect solution…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

The folks over at Kaboost offered to send me their new chair lifter. A Kaboost portable chair booster fits on the bottom of almost any four legged chair and lifts (boosts) the chair up off the ground securely and well balanced…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

All my grandchildren checked out the Kaboost. My eldest grandson read over the box…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

And then he helped me put the Kaboost on one of our dining room chairs. The Kaboost went on perfectly but I found it was easier to turn the chair over to slip on the Kaboost…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

My younger grandson could not wait to give the Kaboost a try. As soon as the chair was back upright, my grandson climbed up to test it out. There was no wobbling, no balance issues, it worked great…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

And now my granddaughter was ready to give our new chair lifter a try. She could reach the table just fine on her bottom but she hopped up on her knees anyway…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

The great thing about the Kaboost Chair Booster is that it folds up and can easily be taken with you to places that might not have a chair for a toddler. Or if you want to save some space at home, the Kaboost will do the job…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

Since the Kaboost was given to me, I think I am supposed to say that this is a sponsored post but technically, I didn’t get paid and I am not obligated to share this with you. I am sharing the Kaboost because I like it and thought you might like it too…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

If you want to learn more details about the Kaboost Portable Chair Booster just hop on over to their website and get the scoop! Now excuse me while I go hunt down a few more napkins…

Using a Kaboost at the dinner table!

PS. The Kaboost does come in a few other colors as well. I thought you might like to know that too.

By | June 26th, 2016|Categories: Infant and Toddler|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Kid-friendly water faucet tip

This kid-friendly water faucet tip is part of a sponsored campaign with PURELL and in conjuction with the Mom it Forward Blogger Network

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

To help my students know which handle next to the water faucet is hot and which is cold, I always keep a supply of red and green rubber bands around.  I wrap a green rubber band around the handle for cold water then explain to the children that “Green means Go because the water is Cold!”

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

I wrap a red rubber band around the handle for hot water then explain to the children that “Red means Stop because the water is Hot!”

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

In every bathroom that the children (or my grandchildren) have access to, the handles are wrapped the same…

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

While cleaning, simply pull the rubber bands off and add new ones….

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

 

Stay Healthy

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other leading health organizations, proper hand hygiene is one of the most important preventative measures you can take to reduce your risk of illness and infection.
  • Scientific outcome studies provide evidence that hand hygiene, including the use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer like PURELL, reduces our risk of getting sick.
  • A recent study conducted by the makers of PURELL demonstrated that the use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer can significantly reduce the transfer of a virus to the hands, and prevent germ transfer via commonly touched surfaces in the household.

Have you joined the PURELL 30-DAY CHALLENGE yet?

My grandson and I joined in with this photo! The small, easy to carry bottles of PURELL has come in quite handy since he broke his arm.  We use just a small bit before and after play to help keep the germs away. Of course, as soon as he is allowed to get his hand all wet again, we will go back to making sure a good hand-washing routine with soap and water gets underway!

Kid- Friendly Water Faucet Tip! By Teach Preschool

Join the PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer 30-Day Challenge!

Visit PURELL on Facebook or www.PURELL30DayChallenge.com to register for the challenge.

Be sure to visit the Purell Advanced 30 Day Challenge to register for the challenge. For each challenge that you complete you will receive an entry to win great prizes.  You can download a list of the challenges or check back on Facebook each day. 

Stop by the PURELL websiteFacebookTwitter and Pinterest to get started!

PURELL has a brand new loyalty program to help promote healthy habits. With the loyalty program you have a chance to earn points towards prizes by posting information on Facebook, Twitter, & other social networks, viewing videos, and more. Register for the PURELL Be Well Network at PURELL.com.

 

By | August 4th, 2014|Categories: Quick Tips for Preschool Teachers|Tags: |0 Comments