Consider this your ultimate back-to-school shopping checklist. From the must-haves to the I-want-that school supplies, every student will want to head back to class in style with these picks!
How about these pizza notes, dough? These sticky sheets actually get us excited to write our to-do list, and we're sure it'll be the same for your student!
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Shoot for the stars this school year with a galaxy-themed graphing calculator case. The interior cover features rulers and a basic cheat sheet that's guaranteed to lead to star-student grades.
This motivating name plaque is everything! Kickstart every school day with a "Yes I can" attitude that'll put your student in an enthusiastic and positive mindset. This is not only a great back-to-school gift, but back-to-work gift for teachers — or even a friend who landed a new gig!
OK, so this is more of a mom or teacher must-have — however, we are obsessed with these scratch-off lunch notes! Kids will love the anticipation everyday, and you can write words of encouragement if they're having a rough week. Stick them in a notebook or hide one in their desk for when they need a midweek pick-me-up.
Give a fun flair to otherwise mundane paper or stationery with this stationery tape pen. Now, your student can add a cute border to their homework to stand out from the rest of the class. The cute animals and darling designs are sure to make their teacher smile.
From the front, this vibrant clipboard is more than what meets the eye. Unfold the two halves of the board to reveal all sorts of handy school materials, ranging from an attached notepad to crazy fun stickers.
We're all guilty of making mistakes — especially while in school. This set of Wite-Out is every student's savior when it comes to fixing permanent paper errors. Keep one stocked at home and the other in their pencil case, so they'll always be error-free.
Make sure your student's math class progress is moving in an upward direction. Pick up this graphing paper so your student can perfect drawing graphs, coordinates, and parabolas with ease.
Trick-out your student's at-home homework station with their very own personal printer. The HP Envy 4520 is equipped with every function they could ever imagine — from copying and scanning to wireless- and photo-printing.
If geometry is on this year's class schedule, then your student is definitely going to need one of these! We recommend transparent protractors so they can still easily see the worksheet.
With germs, spills, and miscellaneous clean-ups, tissues are at the top of every grade-school shopping list. This four-pack ensures that your student's class is prepped for any and all ah-choo moments.
If your student has a tablet, we have you covered! These top-rated, fourth-generation smart cases are designed with premium leather and a soft microfiber interior that keeps screens clean. The folding front cover also conveniently allows your student to transition from typing to viewing in seconds.
We love Frozen, but not all things are made to be let go! Teach your kid to responsibly store all their important belongings (school IDs, passes, and cards) in one place. This Frozen-themed lanyard necklace pouch can also be detached and used separately as a mini wallet for lunch money.
Today, technology seems to be at the core of every classroom. Make sure your student is always charged up and plugged in so they don't run out of battery at the worst times.
Add a little sparkle and shine to your student's school projects! This 10-pack of glitter pens comes with every color under the rainbow, and it adheres to paper, fabric, foam sheets, and more.
Some students are great at math, while others are better at English. If English is your student's strength, ditch the number locks and check out this word-combination one so all their belongings will be stored safely.
Every elementary student nose to pick up a set of markers for school, but why not switch it up with these silly-scents ones? They'll be wide-eyed when they realize the markers smell like some of their favorite treats like marshmallow, cotton candy, and even tropical punch!
While scrolling through Instagram is frowned upon in class, flipping through this Insta-feed planner is not! The personal journal is customized to to feature your tween's favorite Instagram photos, making every day a #TBT.
This planet and cosmic chart illustrates 50 years of space exploration. Once your student studies this chart, they'll be out-of-this-world smart.
Stickers are a great way to make your student's projects and homework stand out. They can also use the 300 metallic and colored stickers to decorate their school supplies or peer-edit.
Attention to detail is important in school, and that's why we love these fine-tip sharpie art pens. We want your students to leave their mark, and they'll definitely do so with these rainbow permanent marker pens.
Children won't beleaf that this plant look-alike is a desk lamp. Teachers and parents should consider buying this desk accessory to make learning about photosynthesis and botany extra fun and memorable.
We get it, sometimes you just want to be in bed while you're working! The travel table, equipped with a light and drink holder, is perfect for working on homework in bed or during long road trips.
Travel across the world and be home by dinnertime with this laminated children's map that shows a lot more than just continents and countries. The map displays political changes, the solar system, and even the seven wonders of the world. That's what we like to call a well-rounded education!
Nowadays, the majority of young students only use their cell phones to check the time. Make sure your little one knows how to read an "old-school" analog clock. Shop it now so they can use it on their at-home desk while there's still time!
Keep your teen (and yourself) on schedule with this magnetic dry-erase board calendar. Wipe it down at the end of the month and prep for the next 30 days ahead. The best part is, if you make a mistake, you can easily erase it and start fresh!
It's hard to tell textbooks apart when you're juggling 10 at a time. Use these stretchy, graphic book covers to distinguish math from science while also allowing your student to express their own personal style.
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