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Shop Back to School Essentials with Pottery Barn Kids

Summer’s here, but it’ll be back to school before you know it. Be ahead of the crowd and shop Pottery Barn Kids’ extensive selection of backpacks, lunch bags, water bottles, and more.
Here are a few of our must-have school items for kiddos of all ages.

Fairfax Gray/White Stripe Backpacks
With sizes for little and big kids alike, the Fairfax collection is packed with personality. Super durable and comfortable, you can feel confident this backpack will survive even the busiest of school days.
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Mackenzie Purple Flower Bouquet Lunch Bag
Add style and flair to a usually ordinary staple with this floral lunch bag. With plenty of room to accommodate food storage containers and a water bottle, this lunch bag will be a hit from snack time to lunchtime.
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Fairfax Insulated Water Bottle
Eco-friendly and versatile, this water bottle keeps liquids hot or cold for up to 6 hours. Its slim design makes for easy packing and the monogram option means it won’t get lost in the shuffle.
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  1. My children are already old enough and already buy things for school on their own, because they no longer like what I choose for them, so I even miss the days when I went shopping and picked them nice notebooks and pens. Now I only take part in homework help, ordering the essays from edu birdie, because my children are good at math, but writing is not their strength, and take them to school. Our children grow very fast!

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