Back to School with Little Jots {Review & Giveaway}

Want a great way to put a smile on your kids face when they are at school? Why not send them with a hug, smile or a little note? Little Jots makes it very easy to stay organized and send some love with your kids lunch bag!

Little Jots is a Canadian company that helps inspire, connect and make children feel loved, valued and special. Maria is a proud mom and the Creator of Little Jots, a truly fun and unique way for parents to send carefully crafted pre-written notes or have the option to write their own personal messages to send to school with your kids. Maria wanted to help boost the parent-child connection and relay sentiments of love, inspiration and encouragement for children all over the place. "I began jotting down hundreds of messages that I thought our children should hear. Then it came time to choose the top 20. To ensure that the pre-written notes were just right, I spent many months researching, developing and refining these messages and consulted with child development specialists." says Maria. "Each one of them gave me tremendous feedback that helped me refine the notes even further".
Buy It: Little Jots comes in a convenient hardcover book that holds the 20 pre-written notes, 20 blank notes, 28 "kiss" & 28 "Hug" stickers to close the notes, refill pockets and a pen. This retails for $14.95 and is available on Little Jots Website. Also available are refill packs for $6.95. Right now until October 1, receive free shipping. I am very excited to send these little notes with both of my kids this year. The Little Jots is very organized and will be easy to put in a quick note. I have it on my counter ready to be used for those special reminders to P and A. This will be a great way to have the young ones learn to read and feel very special with their notes.  I love how the paper is a thick paper, doesn't feel like it would rip easy and the colors are great for a boy or girl. I love the idea!

Win It: Our friends at Little Jots want to give one lucky Canadian Coupon Mom their own Little Jots for Back to School!

~*Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post written by Canadian Coupon Mom on behalf of Little Jots.We received a complimentary product for review purposes. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


  1. I remember my first day of kindergarten when one of a pair of twins came up to me and said "Will you be OUR friend?" - priceless!

  2. my favorite school memory is my grade six class trip ,it was a overnight trip..we had so much fun

  3. Loved packing my new school bag (full of brand new supplies) each year.

  4. My favorite memory is from way back when I was probably in kindergarden or grade one and its probably one of my earliest memories. I remember I won a hudge box of pencil crayons. I was so exicited and the envy of the class.
    janicebudgellpollard at hotmail dot com

  5. My fave early school memory is when I was late to school because my aunt ran into a tree on the way. When I told the teacher, she didn't believe me so called my Mom to say that my "stories" were becoming an issue. They were all true -- my Auntie is just one of those kind of aunties!! lol
    pjkmitchell at hotmail dot com

  6. The first fun school memory that comes to mind is when we made stuffed toys in homec class. I had so much fun sewing bears together.

  7. my favourite school memory is teddy bear picnic day in kindergarden

  8. When I was in grade school I think perhaps grade 5 my teacher gave us all an elf for Christmas. I still have it to this day.

    ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

  9. My favourite first day of school was JK memory of being so shy and nervous and really anxious. My little brother didn't want me to go. That was the best part of it. He was so sweet and missed me.


  10. My favorite school memory was we all got a new outfit for the first day and then we would all pose together for pictures on the front step.

  11. My favorite school memory was during my high school days when we're working on a school project in our classmates house. It's so fun to end up chatting the whole night than to do our project.
    ro20del at

  12. Anonymous9:24 AM

    I will never forget going to Germany on an exchange trip in high school and attending my first day of school all in German. Yikes, I'm going to need help on the homework...

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