We want to know how to Start School on the Right Foot! This month it will be Back to School for Some and Starting School for Others. Let’s start it off on the Right Foot, or the Left Foot, but let’s start off right.
What will that mean for the family that has it’s first student starting out in the System? Certainly it will mean being ready. In the Junior grades, teachers like students to have their belongings labelled. Not only does it make it easier for the children to find their own belongings, but it makes it easier for the teacher as well.
Children will quickly get into the routine of having all of their “personal” items ready to be put into their own Personalized Backpack so that everyday they will know exactly where their things are.
Your son or daughter will know their backpack right away Elmo will lead them and not let them go astray. With their name right there, losing their belongings will not be a worry at all. The other choice, is to get them a backpack that they will recognize right away, Pokemon and Pickachu fit that bill perfectly. Personalized pencil cases with their favorite character emblazoned across the front and their name will make it so easy to know it’s theirs and theirs alone.
Sesame Street Hello Elmo Red Toddler BackpackPokemon Pikachu Large Backpack with Matching Lunchbox Lunch BagThe Wiggles Big Red Car Blue Pencil CaseWordGirl to the Rescue Pink Pencil CasePeg + Cat Totally Problem Solved Green Pencil Case
Why do this for our Children?
Making the first days of school a positive experience will be a bonus for them and for you. Children love to have their names on their “things”, it gives them a sense of ownership and helps with their accountability for their personal items. It’s more fun to keep things together when you like the case or the lunch box, or the backpack. Our children are not just learning their ABC’S and 123’s, they are also learning life skills every single day. Being organized and knowing where their things are, is part of the whole learning for life that is going on here. When they start out on the right foot, it will be much easier for them as the year progresses. They will spend more time learning the important things and less time trying to find where they dropped their lunch box or pencil case.