Celebrate the Classroom Years Review & Giveaway

The beginning of each school has started for many and is just around the corner for some. Each year is a reminder of how quickly time flies and how fast our kids grow up. Every year is also an opportunity to make new memories that will last forever. No matter what grade: kindergarten, 4th grade, senior year.  Sometimes a simple “You can do it!” helps remind kids that you’re rooting for them, no matter what.

Because the beginning of ever school year is a big event for everyone. Hallmark wants to help you pause and capture those special moments and celebrate kids as they head back to school with a gift designed to create lasting memories and share an extra boost of encouragement throughout the school year.

Hallmark was nice enough to send over their new Pics ‘n’ Props School Days Activity Kit in exchange for my honest review.

Celebrate the Classroom Years Review

The Pics ‘n’ Props School Days Activity Kit will capture your child’s first day of school  each and every year in the most creative way. Just a simple snap of the camera and Hallmark’s Pics ‘N’ Props School Days Activity Kit.

Celebrate the Classroom Years Review

The adorable kit includes: chalkboards and a frame to document the first day each year — from kindergarten to senior year! Add your photos to the included “My First Day!” photo album to create a lasting memory that can be admired throughout the years.

This is a wonderful idea and a perfect way to keepsake that first day of school you only get one chance to remember.

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Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Z is in the 6th grade

  2. sarah oswald says:

    she is in pre-k right now

  3. Julia Potvin says:

    I have a gd that is a senior this year, doesn’t seem possible! The youngest gd is in 5th grade 🙂

  4. Crystal Rogers Walker says:

    My kids are grown but my Granddaughter is in Kindergarden

  5. Lisa @ Drugstore Divas says:

    No kids here, but my “nephew” is going into preschool.

  6. Jennifer Williams says:

    We are homeschooling a pre-k and have one that is a Junior

  7. My son isn’t old enough for school yet but I’d definitely keep this for the future to use. Great idea.

  8. 1st grade

  9. susan quackenbush says:

    morgan is going into 3rd grade. I can hardly believe how fast time is going.

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