How can we be talking about heading ‘Back To School’ in September when the children haven’t even broken up for the summer holidays yet? There’s still the long 6 weeks summer holidays ahead, but many of us fear the back to school nightmare of buying new uniform, shoes, backpacks, drinks bottles and more…
Lots of high street shops and online stores are already advertising their back to school ranges and are offering lots of fabulous deals on back to school items. Many parents are very aware of how expensive it is to kit out just one child for the new school year, let alone two or more. This is why we would recommend keeping an eye out for any buy one get one free deals or saving discounts because it really will help spread the cost. Lots of us are very reluctant to buy school uniform and school shoes so early on in case of a mad growth spurt by our kids during the summer months which is why it is probably best to save these purchases until August, but there are definitely some other ways to help spread the cost.
Children’s Lunch Boxes From What 2 Buy 4 Kids
One great way to spread the cost of back to school is to buy all the school accessories you can now, such as a kids lunch box, kids water bottle, pencil cases, stationery and backpacks. At What 2 Buy 4 Kids this year we have been really busy adding lots of amazing items to our “Back To School Range” and we now have over 50 child friendly lunch bags for you to choose from. Due to the wide variety of designs available our range has been extremely popular just like our school pencil cases and kids’ drink bottles. We would really recommend not leaving everything till the last minute and we would encourage you to buy those school accessories that your kids won’t grow out of now.
Another suggestion is this – if any children are going to birthday parties over the next few weeks, then why not take a stunning back to school accessory as their birthday present? These make fantastic gifts for kids and are very useful and practical too. They will be loved by children and parents will find it a great help as it will help spread the cost of back to school and they would also much prefer a useful birthday present than one that might end up unopened in a cupboard somewhere!
These are just a couple of suggestions to think about, but there are many more ways you can save money when buying things for the new school term in September. So if anyone has any great money saving tips when it comes to buying all those things kids need for school, then please share these with us.