So long summer holidays, hello back to school!

Help your kids be organised this new school year with the latest range of cool pens from Pilot Pen. The right school tools can make homework easier and more fun and Pilot Pen has a stack of different pens suitable for fine handwriting, doing sums, highlighting, colouring-in and more.

The Frixion pens with built-in eraser are particularly handy because if kids make a mistake they simply rub out and rewrite – how neat is that?! Pilot also has special Frixion erasers and fun ink stamps for hours of endless fun and planning.

For more information on Pilot Pen and their range of products please visit: www.pilotpen.com.au

8 lucky winners will receive a Pilot Pen back to school pencil case pack worth $65 which includes:

3x Acroball (Ballpoint/Black, Blue, Red), 3x G2 (Gel/Black, Blue, Red), 1x Fineliner, 1x Frixion Ball, 1x Frixion Clicker, 1x Frixion Point, 1x Frixion Color, 1x Frixion Light, 1x Frixion 3in1, 1x Frixion Stamp, 1x Frixion Eraser and 1x Pencil Case.

Please note this competition is open from 6 February 2018 until 6 March 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. N. Marshall - VIC
  2. K. Greenaway - QLD
  3. J. Hsu - NSW
  4. T. Rowland - SA
  5. N. Spiteri - NSW
  6. W. Leung - VIC
  7. A. Nicolas - NSW
  8. T. Welsh - VIC

  • Write lists, draw charts, post-its and checklists, leave no chance for something to be forgotten!



  • Be prepared and get help, such as submitting your booklist for someone else to organise – this was a lifesaver for me this year as with 3 kids I didn’t have time to shop around



  • Planning ahead.I am a newbie to school as daughter just started kindy.Planning writing in diary shopping ahead.



  • We shop til we drop, Pack backpacks and when this is complete, practice our writing, dressing and morning routine – trying to break our record daily.



  • Getting the kids organised for school is busy and crazy first i make sure im well stocked up on coffee ill need it to get through. I pray the kids will be able to get up and ready for school in time after hoildays without the drama. I source for best value but good quialty school things they seem to need so much we do a lot of vargaining over lunch boxes drink bottles penicil cases and backpack these seem to be the most important got to have the right one looks are everything to my kids. Its a gard road but with compromise and lots of patience we get there



  • Organised?!? Lol we somehow make it! Don’t know how but we do.



  • I homeschool my, almost 16yo daughter, and really do recommend pilot pens. We’ve found them to be fantastic value for money.



  • Plan in advance !



  • We have a chart of all things we need to do.



  • Start early in getting things like bags books pencils etc then school clothing just before school does go back to make sure of fitting and the last but not least the school shoes they should be brought a couple of weeks pry to going back to wear then in a bit get them adjusted to there feet



  • I shop the book list early, make sure I have what I need way in advance. Get the kids back into a routine a few weeks before school starts so there’s no need for rushing and crying when school goes back.
    I love being organised!!



  • Contact all their books and them to write their names on them. Label their clothes. To make it a little exciting for them I always let them go choose a new pencil case, lunch box and key ring to go on their school bag.



  • Separate lists for each child, mark off each item as it’s acquired and put it into separate box marked with their name. It’s the only way to keep track of everything needed for four children!



  • I am a list maker. I find it’s the only way I can be truly prepared and organised and remember what is required!
    Kids have now followed suit and make their own lists.



  • I start stocking up on school snacks when I see them on special so we never run out!


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