Hot School Supplies for Back to School 2016
It's time to stock up on school supplies! Make sure your child is prepared for his first day with these trendy accessories and must-have classroom staples.
Color Love Pencil Pouch
Store up to 45 pens and pencils in this colorful pencil case! The center flap can be used to hold paper clips, mini notepads, and other school supplies, and the mesh pocket is perfect for storing IDs and important notes. Choose from one of three bright colors — pastel pink, seafoam green, and bright sky blue.
Yoobi Composition Book
This colorful, college-ruled composition book has a spot on the front cover for your child's name, subject, school and grade, and a customizable class schedule inside the front cover. Plus, for every item purchased, Yoobi donates an item to a classroom in need.
Yoobi Idea Holders File Folders
Each six pack of folders comes with three different colors, making it easier than ever for your child to organize his homework and assignments by subject.
Oasis Scented Cupcake Erasers
Send your child back to school on a sweet note. These cupcake-scented erasers smell great and work great, too. Each package comes with 24 pieces, so she will have plenty all year long.
Zebra® Cadoozles Mechanical Pencils
These animal-print mechanical pencils have a triangular barrel design, making them easy for children to grip. Each pack comes with 28 pencils, so your child can share with friends.
Flash-Drive Wrist Band
This nifty wrist band by Plugable has a hidden 8GB USB flash drive so your teen can keep all his important files close at hand. Pick from five different colors/designs that fit almost any wrist size.
Mead Spiral Notebooks
There is a reason old-school spiral notebooks have been around for so long — they're easy to use, small enough to have one for every subject, and the spiral-bound paper means your notes will never fall out.
Astrobrights Ruled Filler Paper
Who says paper always has to be white? This lined filler paper has three holes to fit in most binders and comes in four vibrant colors that will help keep your child excited about note-taking and homework time.
Duck Tape Patterned Duct Tape
Instead of using clear tape when you cover textbooks with paper bags this year, go for jazzed-up duct tape, like this fancy roll by Duck Tape. It comes in lots of patterns and can also be used to reinforce the spines of folders and composition notebooks that experience wear and tear by the middle of the school year.
Sharpie Retractable Highlighters
Long gone are the days of bulky highlighters! The chiseled point of these pen-style highlighters make it easy to mark only the text you want, and the bright, fade-proof colors stay visible for the whole year.
Oxo Good Grips Mini Clips
From keeping important papers in view on the fridge to hanging pictures in his locker, your child will find endless ways to use these colorful clips. The slip-proof magnet on the back is strong enough to hold several papers at once, and the rubber-gripped mouth won't mark photos, making it easy to stay organized throughout the school year.
Remember these classic contraptions from Mead when you were a kid? They're making a comeback! Your child will have no problem keeping his papers, schoolwork, and pens organized in this all-in-one binder. They even have customizable covers now so your kid can make it one-of-a-kind.
Spiral Bound Index Cards
No more shuffling (and dropping) index cards for your child! These spiral-bound index cards make it simple to keep his notes in order and make studying a breeze. They come in a bunch if different colors, too, so he can get a different set for each subject.