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Kit-out the kids! Posted On 16 August 2019

Get the best buys when it comes to getting the kids ready to go back to school

1. Unicorn Kids Lunch Bag
Make every day an adventure with this Unicorn Kids Lunch Bag!
£20.00
https://uk.sunnylife.com

2. Kipling Banana Yellow Pencil Case
This Kipling Banana pen case is great for a bit of back to school fun. Bright, bold and funky, it’s sure to put a smile on your child’s face – including everyone in class!
£16
www.aspenofhereford.com

3. Kids Water Bottle
By RusticManGifts at Etsy
These adorable and sturdy personalised tumblers are perfect to help keep the kids hydrated while they learn. With a flip-top screw-on cap.
£4.97
www.etsy.com/uk

4. Hype Electric Fireworks Multi Backpack School Bag
This Hype rucksack features the iconic brand’s design with this season’s latest style. Includes 18L capacity as well as padded straps and back panelling.
£24.99
www.justhype.co.uk

5. Anker Water Bottle
Join the plastic free revolution with style! This super durable 350ml steel bottle offers a cute option for both warm and cold drinks. Comes with two lids, a steel screw cap lid and a sports lid (BPA free).
£24
www.kidly.co.uk

6. Sass & Belle Aiko Panda Kawaii Friends Pencil Case
We think this is just adorable! Inspired by Japanese pop culture and the love of all things quirky and cute, this pencil case has been designed for those who love Kawaii style and cartoon-like fun – whether you are a child or an adult!
£5.59
www.flamingogifts.co.uk

7. Minecraft Tales From The End Backpack
Got a Minecraft fan at home? Then this is a must have accessory for them! Featuring a large inside section with an interior laptop pocket, gear hangers, two adjustable padded shoulder straps, additional side water bottle pockets, and a zip-up front pocket, as well a Minecraft patch on the front.
£21.99
www.vanillaunderground.com

8. LEGO Lunch Box with Carry Handle
Officially licensed by LEGO, this LEGO lunch box with carry handle is just the treat for any Lego enthusiast.
£9.60
www.aplaceforeverything.co.uk

9. Helix Ultimate School Set
This all-in-one set features the essential stationery needed by kids in school. And it’s great value too!
£4.99
www.ryman.co.uk

10. Samsonite Happy Sammies Backpack
With a 7.5L capacity, the Happy Sammie’s backpack is big enough to carry anything you could ever need for school. Featuring adjustable, padded shoulder straps, and a front strap for extra comfort and security.
£25.12
www.bagsdirect.com

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