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15 Ways to Get Ready for Back-to-School

The summer holidays are coming to an end soon, but there’s still plenty to be excited about. The back-to-school period is an ideal time for students to get prepared and set themselves up for a productive year ahead. Whether you’re in college, high school or even a parent preparing their child, here are 15 perfect ways to get ready for back-to-school.

  1. Get your textbooks early

Textbooks will be snapped up faster than you can blink an eye as soon as school starts again. If you need any educational materials for the year ahead, get them now before they go out of stock!

  1. Set some back-to-school goals

The new school year is a time for improvement. Set yourself or your child some goals to improve grades, take up new activities, and have a productive educational year all around.

  1. Stock up on stationery

Be sure to add new notebooks, pens, pencils, a calculator, and any other school equipment you need for your back to school shopping list!

  1. Get your school bag ready

You want to step into school with everything you need. Treat yourself to a new school backpack and stock it up early with all the school supplies you’ll need daily.

  1. Take advantage of the back-to-school sales

Retail stores and online shops will be promoting their back to school shopping sales in the next couple of months. It’s not just the best time to get stationery and schoolwear- things like laptops, tablets, and summer wardrobe essentials will also have big discounts!

  1. Prepare for your classes

Check out the upcoming school curriculum for maximum preparation. A little preparatory study time can make the year much more stress-free.

  1. Start a new hobby

Sports, crafts, and educational pursuits can all make for great summer hobbies. They can also get you into some sweet after-school clubs. Take up a hobby yourself or encourage your child to try something new.

  1. Fix your sleeping schedule/morning routine

Days of sleeping in for the summer will be gone soon. Get into the habit of getting up before 9 a.m. early- you’re going to need it!

  1. Learn to make some tasty lunches

What’s everyone’s favorite school period? Lunchtime! Learn to make some delicious sandwiches, salads, and healthy snacks for those back-to-school lunchboxes.

  1. Think ahead

Now is the time for high school seniors to look into colleges- the next year will go by fast and you’ll need to be ready. Parents of younger children can start researching the best local middle schools. Soon-to-be graduates should look at graduate and masters programs early, too.

  1. Find ways to reduce your stress

The back-to-school transition can be tough, so learn to relax. A little meditation or exercise in the morning can work wonders, whether you’re getting ready for your next lecture or trying to rush three children to get ready.

  1. Get in touch with old friends

You’ll be seeing some faces you haven’t seen all summer- get in touch early to make things less awkward. It’s also a good time to set up study groups and school plans. Parents can organize play dates for their children to make socializing with their schoolmates easier.

  1. Create a study space

The best place to study is somewhere comfortable, quiet, and with all the supplies you need. Set up a personal space in advance to make homework as enjoyable as possible.

  1. Tie up any loose ends

Quit that summer job and brush up on any summer assignments! Parents should also ask their children if their teachers gave them anything to do during the holidays.

  1. Enjoy the rest of your summer!

In conclusion, it’s going to be a hectic period, so once your back to school planning is done, relax and enjoy yourself. Take in the sun, have fun with your friends, and make the most of the summer while it’s still here!

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