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Preserve First Day of School Memories App & Elmer’s Will Donate School Supplies


The first day of school is always a big deal for kids and us mamas & papas too. It’s a new teacher to meet, new classroom to use and the excitement of what this new year is to bring. Thanks to New Elmer’s Mobile App you can capture every bit of the milestone to share with friends and family. If you’re a teacher you’ll love it too, because it’s a great way to document projects, classroom setup and events throughout the year. As if that weren’t enough, Elmer’s will donate a supply to a needy school for each photo uploaded! Let’s hear more from the source…



Using the 1st Day app, parents can snap photos and create albums to share with family and friends. Once logged on to the secure 1st Day website, where images and albums are automatically synched up from the app, users can create slideshows, add colorful borders and share galleries via email and on Facebook.

Continuing its commitment to the community and the education of young people, Elmer’s will donate one product for each photo upload (up to 200,000 uploads) to the Kids In Need Foundation, which provides free school supplies to students in need.

The free 1st Day app can be downloaded on iPhone and Android mobile devices by scanning the QR code found on select Elmer’s glue bottles and in-store school supply displays or directly from the iTunes Store or Google Play.

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