Have I got a treat for you! I have 20 adorable Dollar Tree School Supply Finds, you will want to add to your cart! These items are great to snag at a low everyday price and pack for your back to school needs. Dollar Tree is a great place to shop for school supplies that won’t break your piggy bank!
Before you know it school will be back in session, so shop early and grab some great items at really fantastic prices. Let me share items I always buy when I come across them at our Dollar Tree.
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You will find a ton of prints and styles for little notebooks. Whether you are making to-do lists, creating a calendar to keep your kiddo on track, or just for doodling.
Your older kids will go through pens fast in school. Taking notes, doing homework and more. I like buying colorful pens to keep at our work station.
No matter what age your child is, a ruler is always a good item to purchase and have on hand. This one snaps into a binder so they don’t have to risk losing it.
Notes are important when in school. I remember jotting down a ton through the years. Give a colorful and fun notepad to intrigue them for writing!
5.) Note Pages
These note pages clip into a binder, so no worrying that you will lose a note along the way or in the backpack. Give these a try, they are cheap and worth buying.
6.) File Folders
If you have teens they might really like these modern file folder chemise. They had a ton of designs at my store and for this price, they are worth buying and having on hand.
7.) Mini Journal and Notepad Pack
If you have younger kids, they might love these colorful and bright sticky notes and a mini journal. A fun way to remind them that today is a great day to learn, grow, and succeed.
8.) Computer Paper
Need some computer paper? Head into the Dollar Tree, they have bright, colorful, and creative computer paper for cheap! Stock up for all those papers your kiddo will be printing this year.
I snagged a few of these for my kids to use when doing homework at home or in the car. A great way to give them a hard place to write and work wherever they are. Plus look at that cute print.
10.) Pencil Bag
Pencil bags are a must. I love the clear bags so you can see what all is stuffed inside. These will wear and I recommend you buy a few to have to replace throughout the year.
11.) Dry Erase Markers
Keep up with calendar notes, give to the teacher for teaching class, or whatever else you might need a dry erase for. I have used these and they work just as good as the name brand.
12.) Errand Pad
You cna keep track of all the things you need to not forget. If you have older kids they will love this, or you as the parent can benefit from this to make sure you don’t forget all the school activities, doctor appointments and more.
13.) Pocket Dividers
Another great item for pre-teens and teens to have in there binders. Keep hold of things they need, without it falling out or getting lost along the way.
14. Dry Erase Pockets
These are great for working on worksheets that you want your child to learn. Whether it is solving math problems, tracing shapes, learning to write and more.
15.) Permanent Markers
These are great to keep on hand around the house or pack in your teen’s backpack. Colorful, fun and useful for back to school.
16.) Magnetic Bookmarks
Help them to stay on track with these creative and colorful magnetic bookmarks. I love these and wish they had them when I was a kid. Such a fun item to have!
17.) File Folder
Expandable file folders are nice to keep on hand. Many use these for coupons but you will also find that they are great for holding smaller things your child gets from school.
18.) File Folder
Use in a locker at school or work station area for homework at home. Bright designs that intrigue your child, but also helps to keep things organized and keeps you from losing items.
19.) Decor Tape
This is the generic version of washi tape. let your teen decorate their supplies with fun tape, use to hold things down and more. I love the fun colors and prints on the washi tape.
20.) File Folders
File folders are a great item to have. I remember using a different file for each subject to help keep track of papers, notes taken and more.