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Back to School Shopping with Gymboree

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Back to School shopping has been on my mind for the past few weeks. I have four kiddos who all need new clothes for school(new season) and I know for the younger three I always turn to Gymboree.

Gymboree has been my go to school shopping store since my oldest was in Kindergarten and I love the quality of the clothes along with the adorable prints you just can’t go wrong!

For Back to School Gymboree has two adorable lines out for boys and girls.

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Ciao Puppy has adorable accent stripes with bows, dots and the cutest puppies! I fell in love with these clothes for Shelby.

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For Mikey the Everyday All Star line is perfect! I love the monsters, stripes and bright colors! You can’t go wrong with how you can mix and match everything from the line and it’s perfect for all kinds of occasions too.

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Gymboree celebrates childhood. They believe that kids should be kids – free to laugh, dance, dream and explore. Every day the imagination of a child inspires us to make cute, colorful, quality clothing and accessory collections. In fact, without color, they wouldn’t be Gymboree! Which is why I was so excited to see Gymboree’s Let’s Color Together.

Creative expression is essential to all kids, yet many don’t have access to basic tools like crayons, markers and paint. This year alone, 1.7M students are in need of arts & crafts supplies. That’s why Gymboree is teaming up with DonorsChoose.org to bring coloring supplies to students nationwide. Donate today to a school in your community, supplies to students nationwide from 7/20-9/7. The money donated goes to projects in the highest-need schools in the donor’s community that has the least amount of time remaining before the project request expires. Even $1 supplies a child with a pack of crayons for the year.

Donate today to a school in your community, and help give kids a brighter future.

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62 comments

  1. My daughter just started preschool, but I was about to donate some items that they need for their program. I’m looking forward to volunteer opportunities later in the year! 🙂

  2. I have helped out by donating lots of books for the class and the class library. I also send in extra stock pile items from couponing like paper towels and tissues.

  3. I help out by sending supplies often that I know is needed like Kleenex, sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, etc

  4. I have helped out by going into the school to volunteer, I have also donated items to charity events.

  5. I have helped out my grandson’s class by donating clothes to use when a child has an accident and I’ve also volunteered my time to help during small groups.

  6. I’m right on it when the teacher says she needs extra supplies. I’m hoping I can do more hands-on activities at my daughter’s school this upcoming school year.

  7. I was a class parent while they were in elementary school, and president of the parents’ theater group in high school for 7 years.

  8. for some reason, I can’t see the question to post in comments! I am a homeschool mom, so my situation is a little bit different–but I am a deal finder, so I have been helping my friends find the best deals for their kids school supplies and donations to the teachers!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

  9. I volunteer in my kids classrooms, for class field trips and school functions. I also donate supplies throughout the year as needed and help the teacher out with anything she may need done.

  10. I have helped out in my kids class by being the class mom, organizing class parties and helping with the annual holiday store.

  11. We send supplies when we can or find a good deal. Last year his preschool teacher sent home a note asking for paper towels, so we sent a package of those for them.

  12. I have volunteered for field trips and school parties at my daughter’s school. I also used to read with the kids.

  13. This year my daughter is starting kindergarten, and we are homeschooling, so I am helping her classroom, by being her teacher! 😉 We did however buy school supplies to donate to kids in need this year.

  14. I have donated many supplies to my daughters classroom, but it is not enough with the budget cuts her class Is really hurting so I am getting together with a group of moms and we are trying to get more!

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