3 awesome back to school items from Amazon

Is summer over? Well, for me it was over almost 20 years ago, but for everyone else, it’s getting closer. As teachers are only a few weeks away from getting their rooms prepared, that means it’s time for you to go back to school shopping with your kids. Well, maybe your younger kids will go shopping with you. Your teenagers would probably rather have a root canal than go shopping with their parents. But fear not, I’ve found three awesome back to school supplies for your older kids that you can order right now on Amazon

Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook ($34)This notebook is awesome. Gone are the days of filling up a notebook for each one of your classes. This smart notebook allows you to take notes, scan a QR code, and send your notes directly to the cloud service of your choice using the Rocketbook app. How much lighter is their backpack going to be?! Speaking of backpacks…

Matein Travel Laptop Backpack ($26)This backpack will pair perfectly with your reusable notebook. It’s slim, light-weight and ready for your on-the-go student. This is a very simple and clean looking backpack that even includes an outside charging port for their smart phone. Simply hook up a power bank to the included interior charging cable and then hook up your phone cable to the exterior USB port. Now you can annoy them as they walk to class without having to hear “Sorry, I gotta go, my phone’s dying.”

90s Trapper Keeper 1″ Binder by Mead ($23)Who wants a regular 3-ring binder when you could be rockin’ this 90s throwback?! Okay well maybe your 17-year old son will think this is lame, but trust me, like all things, someone will make it cool again (although it looks like they’re already trying). I haven’t been to class in almost 20 years and I want one!

John Pettit

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