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Back-to-School Checklist for Kids

Two student dolls in school.
Back-to-School Checklist for Kids
Back-to-School Checklist for Kids
With the school season on the horizon, we’re gearing up for that first day of classes! There’s just something so special about seeing your friends after a long summer and starting the school year – wouldn’t you agree? We at Lori sure do! Which is why we decided to lend you all a hand by creating a checklist that will help you prep and pack for that first, exciting day. 
Accessorizing is key here at Lori, so we’ve broken down our back-to-school list into 3 must-haves: a cute and kid-friendly backpack that holds it all, a stylish lunchbox for yummy snacks, and a colorful pencil case for the itty-bitty supplies. 

Here are our top suggestions when it comes to prepping each one:

What’s in our backpack:

  • Three-ring binder 
  • Loose-leaf and colorful construction paper 
  • Spiral notebooks  
  • Calculator 
  • Spill-proof water bottle 
  • A change of clothes
  • Medications 
  • Sunscreen 

Doll school accessories.
Mini doll with school lunch.
What’s in our lunchbox:

  • Veggie sticks with dip 
  • Fresh fruit 
  • Colorful berries 
  • Cheese cubes 
  • Mini meatballs 
  • Soft granola bar
  • Whole-wheat PB & J
  • Delicious juice 

What’s in our pencil case:

  • Pencils & sharpener 
  • Highlighters 
  • Markers 
  • Erasers
  • Glue stick 
  • Mini ruler 
  • Tape 
  • Blunt scissors

If you’re a fan of colorful fun and enjoy actually checking things off of lists – we’ve got you covered. Download our free Back-to-School Checklist right here, print it, and get ready to roll right into learning. 
Also, here are some extra tips to keep in mind as you prep for back-to-school: 
Doll hands with checklist.

  • Check in with your child’s teacher to see if they have any specific requirements that you haven’t thought of. You never know! 
  • Labelling goes a long way! Knowing what’s yours will lessen mix-ups and trips to the lost-and-found. 
  • Make lunches ahead of time to avoid sprinting here and there in the mornings! 
  • New school? Go for a tour! If possible, reach out to the school’s administration and set up a tour to get familiar with your child’s new surroundings before the first day. 
  • Keep smiling! Starting school or going back is a wonderful milestone for kids and parents alike. 

We at Lori wish you all a great back-to-school season! 
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