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Take steps for back-to-school success

 

Last updated 8/15/2019 at 3:50pm

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Finding new clothes and gathering pens, pencils, notebooks and other supplies are always part of the back-to-school fun, but there are other needs and wants to consider when another school year rolls around.

Finding new clothes and gathering pens, pencils, notebooks and other supplies are always part of the back-to-school fun, but there are other needs and wants to consider when another school year rolls around.

This year, make sure to send students to the classroom with everything they require for a successful transition at any age. From providing cleaner water and better at-home or dorm room organization to nutritious snacks and the latest tech, consider these all-important ideas for enhancing their school experience.

Find more tips for a smoother, simpler back-to-school season at http://www.eLivingtoday.com.

Drink smarter.

Ensure students drink smarter this school year by providing cleaner, healthier, great-tasting water from an option like the PUR Advanced Faucet Filtration System. It's certified to reduce more than 70 contaminants, including 99% of lead – more than any other brand, according to National Science Foundation. Filling up a reusable water bottle with filtered water is also an economical, environmentally friendly way to help students stay hydrated all day long. Learn more at http://www.PUR.com.

Set up some seating and storage.

During school season, odds and ends can tend to clutter living spaces. Clean up a child's shoes, toys, books, school supplies and more with an option like ClosetMaid's Cubeicals 3-Cube Bench, perfect for adding extra storage for home organization, especially in areas like entryways, playrooms and bedrooms. With a multi-functional storage space featuring three cubbies, the bench is available in multiple colors and can act as both a seating area and organizer. Find more information at http://www.ClosetMaid.com.

Suggest a lunchtime dip.

Packing an everyday lunch is part of the back-to-school routine, and parents can make it a fun and flavorful one for their little learners with options like Sabra Hummus Singles, a plant-based snack. Pair the classic and roasted red pepper flavors with lunchbox classics like carrots, cucumbers, tortilla chips or pretzels to make lunchtime a cinch or simplify after-school snacking. Find more lunchbox inspiration at http://www.Sabra.com.

Customize dorm room storage.

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Between internet research, completing coursework, notetaking and far more, the right laptop can aid in the educational experience.

If a college student is looking for extra storage space in their dorm room, consider an option like the Closet Maximizer from ClosetMaid. Featuring four shelves and an adjustable, double-hang rod, the system takes about 30 minutes to install and requires no tools. Students can further customize the system to fit their needs with accessories like decor­ative fabric bins and wire baskets, plus it's portable enough to be reused in another room when they move. Find more information at http://www.ClosetMaid.com.

Optimize today's tech necessities.

While schools and universities across the country become more advanced and reliant on technology in the classroom, make sure students are up-to-date with a laptop that fulfills their educational needs. Available in multiple sizes with varying capabilities, there's almost certainly a laptop that fits each student's specific requirements. Between internet research, completing coursework, notetaking and far more, the right laptop can aid in the educational experience.

 

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