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5 Products Every Student Needs This Back to School Season

An academic planner

An academic planner is very important to student success. It is a one stop shop for students to write out their homework, quizzes, tests, etc. so they never miss an assignment! For parents of younger students, it is a great way to ensure your student is on track for success. And for older students, it is a great way to keep track of assignments as well as extracurricular activities and sports! For young students: bloom daily planners Daisy Planner, $16.95 or for older students: Blue Sky Academic Planner, $13.99 

Binders

Depending on your child’s school, your student may need binders! Many older students are required to have binders for their classes but this may not be a requirement for younger students, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t helpful. Binders are great for organizing your students completed and graded assignments, storing class information such as the school’s contact information, and is even a great way to store your students arts and crafts! Bloom daily planners hard cover binder, $12.95 or Avery Classic 1” Binder, $6.49

Sticky notes

You can never go wrong with sticky notes! They are great for jotting down to- do lists, keeping track of pages read, or even using them as bookmarks! We even found some cool options from cloth & paper including quad graph sticky notes which are perfect for the graphing section in your student’s math class! Cloth & Paper, $4.99

A Pencil Pouch

Your student will never lose another pencil! I think every parent has to deal with their student’s pencils just “magically” disappearing in school. With a pencil pouch you can ensure that all their pens, pencils, and erasers will be safely secured. Easthill, $7.99 or Peter Pauper, $14.99

Notebooks

This one might be a no-brainer but we have pulled a few of our favorites to make your choice that much easier! Notebooks are great for taking notes, completing homeworks, writing out to-do lists, etc. Get a functional and fun notebook for your student this school year! 5 Star, $26.34 or Dana Lee, $12.99

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