My favorite Back-to-School products

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It's back to school time! 

Besides school supplies and tech, here are some other considerations to buy for your foster kid as they head back to school!

(Note: I may receive a small commission for recommending these products, but this is at no additional cost to you!)

A label maker - Label everything! Remember, foster kids can be more attached it physical items than kids who haven't experienced trauma or neglect. 

Mini hand sanitizers - And don't forget to tell your child when to use it. Keep these in their backpacks, lunch, and in the car.

Outfit organizers - This is a great way to empower your children to get organized and choose their outfits. It can also keep things organized and easy for children with disabilities. 

Fidgets on keychains - Get the minis so you can attach them to backpacks, lunchboxes, and even hoodies. 

Disposable Kids Masks - Go ahead and grab the cute fabric ones, but don't forget some disposables to throw in the backpack just in case. You never know when a mask is forgotten at home or gets dirty at school!

Luncbox Notes - This is such an easy (and important) way to connect with your foster child during the day. Even if the child doesn't know how to read, you can draw a picture of something cute you know they will love. It's an easy way to show them you are thinking of them while they are away from home.

See my whole back to school list here.