You know what it’s like. A hot car, lots of traffic, long lines, tired kids, and a store that just ran out of exactly what you came for; it is Back-to-school shopping and it’s not always fun! But this year will be different!
A big thanks goes to Walmart for sponsoring this post and making Back-to-School Shopping easy! For more information read my full disclosure.
Shopping The Easy Way
Don’t move! Shop for school supplies right where you are. Classrooms by Walmart has made it that easy for you!
First, you can search for your school list or just choose a grade and shop from a general list. Then let your children choose their favorite colors and have everything shipped right to your door! You’ll also earn up to 4% cash back for your school!
This isn’t just for school supplies. Just make sure your school is registered to receive free cash by checking the Cash for Schools program and you’ll earn cash back on all your Walmart.com purchases. If your school isn’t registered, simply email the downloadable PDF “Free Cash For Your School” to an administrator.
With eBoxTops, you’ll never have to clip box tops and remember to bring them to school!
So don’t let back-to-school shopping stress you out. Get your student supply list, your shopping done in minutes, and earn cash for your school all from home. To sign up for Classrooms by Walmart just go to their site and click the Parent Sign Up Button at the top of the page.
Now that you know there’s a better way to shop, here’s my top 10 supply list to get you started.
Student Supply List
To get a complete student supply list for your particular school or grade, go to Classrooms by Walmart.
1. A Kind Heart – Don’t forget to pick up a few things for the children who can’t afford any supplies.
2. Binders – Even if they don’t need one for class, this is a great way to save your favorite projects and keep important information.
3. My Best Friend! – Sheet Protectors, they’re great to use to make your own dry erase worksheets!
4. Dry Erase Markers – To use with my best friends (sheet protectors). 🙂
5. The Perfect Pencils – I’ve found that younger children like to use fatter pencils that are easier to hold. Don’t buy mechanical (they always break)!
6. Big Fat Erasers – The white ones are really easy to use.
7. Notebooks – I like to let my daughter pick out a pretty one to encourage her to write and draw. She likes to call it her “Secret” notebook.
8. Scissors – They always seem to get lost in our house so I stock up on extras.
9. Crayons – Invest in a couple of packs and when they break you can melt them down and make your own fun crayon molds for party favors!
10. Pencil Pouches – Buy extras and use them as puzzle and small toy storage.
What’s at the top of your list this year?
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Crystal @ Crystal's Tiny Treasures says
This is a great list, and I like your explanations for each item. Happy shopping!