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Make sure to check out our Back to School Must-Have Accessories of 2010!
Mabels Labels – Mabels Labels make organizing easy. Be sure to label those school supplies as well. Your child will know which ruler is his or which notebook is hers. These are also great for daycare items as well!
PakNak Charms – These cute little charms are made with velcro and will attach to almost anything. If your child is starting school and needs a buddy, get him a PakNak. You could also use these to help your children distinguish which backpack or lunch box is hers. The possibilities are endless with PakNak!
Clingo – Ok, if you have a cell phone (or iPod), you need one of these. Simply attach the suction cup to your windshield, stick your phone to the label and you’re talking hands-free! This is a great product that every driving student should have if they must be on their phone.
I received one to review and have been using it for about a week now. It does not leave a residue on my iPhone case and works great! If the Clingo holds my iPhone up without a glitch, you should have no problem.
Snap Caps (No Longer in Business)- Is your tween fashionable? If so, you may be purchasing Snap Caps! A 10-year-old girl, Maddie, created Snap Caps and now 3 years later is Snap Cap happy. Not only because she now has millions, but, she’s expanded her line outside of bottle cap necklaces. Maddie now offers locker decor, frames, Snap Cap Huggers, hair bows, journals, and now notebooks!
Stuck On You Labels – These are some pretty cute labels that will make you want to get organized!
Student at the Wheel magnet – Is your teen now driving? Be sure to pick up this magnet online.
WordLock – I wish this was available when I was growing up. If your kiddos have a problem remembering the code to their locker, this is the cure! Word Lock works by creating a 4-5 letter word/name, etc. to remember. The WordLock can be purchased at your local Target stores.
What accessories are you kiddies asking for this school year?