Great to welcome kids the first day with some little books and treats inside.
By Lesley Margetak from , AB
Welcome to school bags
I buy these bags every year for my back to school treats for the students. I like the size and the inviting picture on the front.
By Primary Teacher from , ON
I bought these bags for the first time this year. They are great for my beginning of the year "goody bag" with poem. They look so invited on the student desks for Meet the Teacher Night. The only thing I wish is that they didn't have a line for a name. I would prefer not to write a student's name on there because if the student does not show up for some reason, you just have to throw the bag away rather than use it for another student. It would look weird though if you left the name line blank. Get rid of that, and these are perfect!
By from , WA
I buy these bags every year and fill them with a variety of "gifts." Some would have been provided by the school district, such as the glue stick and box of crayons. Other things I have purchased myself, usually from Really Good Stuff. They children will enjoy a welcome booklet, use a grade specific pencil and crayon-shaped eraser, wear a grade-specific sticker, and nibble a packet of pretzels to last them through the long morning. The bags have a colorful school-house design and are very sturdy. Once the happy contents have been removed, I collect and reuse them for our field trip.
By Grandma Kathy from , NJ
Welcome to School Bags
Great to coax young K-students into the classroom when they do not want to leave their mothers. I had a bottle of water, rice Krispie square, eraser, pencil, dollarstore small playdough and pompom creature inside. While children were arriving they had something to do. I had chairbags that hold water bottles on their chairs.