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What’s in my Backpack- Homeschool Edition

Hey everyone! Today I’m going to show you everything that is in my backpack. I am home schooled so most days I don’t need my backpack. I do use it once a week for the co-op that I go to.

Also, I want to thank my grandma, who we call Bammom, for buying my school supplies this year. She’s great at finding the best deals and finding stuff I like 🙂 ! Are you ready? Let me show you what is inside my backpack this year 😀

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This is my backpack. This will be my third year using it. It is really great quality. It is grey with purple and aqua accents.

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Here is the back. The straps are padded which makes them really comfy and they don’t make my shoulders sore.

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On the right side of the backpack there is a water bottle holder which I usually put my water bottle (not shown) and my ear buds.

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This is the very front pocket of my backpack.

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Inside of it I keep: deodorant, a calculator, index cards, my planner (not shown), and an index card that has my schedule written on it.

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Next up is the long, middle pocket.

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I keep my iPod (not shown),  and my pencil-case in this pocket. The pencil-case is the perfect size for a glue stick, a stapler (this is great to keep in case you need to staple some papers together before handing them to a teacher), scissors, a pencil sharpener, highlighters, colored pens (these are so useful for organizing notes and my planner. They are my favorite stationary item), pencils, and colored pencils.

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I also have this small pocket at the top of my backpack which is really handy for storing small things.

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I keep a small zippered bag inside (not show) to hold what I call my essentials. Inside of that I put hand lotion, a toothbrush, tooth paste (not shown), wax for my braces, diaper wipes (these are so useful!), little picks to clean my braces which I really recommend especially if you have braces, chap stick, another brush cleaner thing for my braces, hand sanitizer, a hair tie, and two bobby pins.

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Finally onto the main pocket!

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First, we have all my science stuff. This year I’m taking physical science. I bring my textbook and notebook with me to class along with my binder.

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On the side of my binder it says science and the front is a tag I DIYed.

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Inside my binder there is my turtle folder and on the right there is my three-ring hole punch and my notebook. The three-ring hole punch is one of my favorite school supplies because you can use it right on the spot instead of stuffing  your papers in the side of your binder. I broke my big  hole punch (because I brought it to class every week) half way through the year last year. So I like that this one works the same but it way smaller. Also, it comes with a built-in ruler!

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I also made these DIY emoji dividers. I was inspired to make this DIY from a Youtuber I watch. I love her videos and you should check her out. Her channel is MiniLucie13.

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Next up, literature. I didn’t really DIY anything for literature and so it’s pretty boring.

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Then I found a pencil and my mini hairbrush floating around in the big pocket.

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Lastly, we have writing supplies. This year I’m taking IEW (Institute for Creative Writing). This is my binder with some emojis that describe me (like the camera one 😉 ) along with my notebook/textbook for the class.

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Then we have my folder for writing, which I really like.

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I also made more dividers for writing, using other emojis.


That’s everything that I keep in my backpack. Whew, there is a lot in there! It weighs 17.2 pounds. Though I think it was heavier last year :D.

What is your most important item in your backpack?

Have a great hump day 😉

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I went swimming on Monday for Labor day. What did you do?

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16 thoughts on “What’s in my Backpack- Homeschool Edition

  1. Yay! I was hoping you’d do this post soon. 🙂
    I just paced my backpack today. We start co-op on Friday. I really don’t have that much, because I don’t need any textbooks or anything. Just a folder and a notebook, along with scissors, glue, pencils, pens, etc. And then I have some tissues and chapstick and stuff as well. 😉

  2. It was neat to see inside your backpack. Wow, I have practically nothing in mine compared to yours. XD I’m currently just taking Spanish at co-op, so I guess that could be why…Ha! I had that exact same Physical Science book two years ago! XD 😀
    For Labor Day we went to my uncle’s pond with family and tried to fish, but only the ginormous fish were biting and they bit our hooks off like 5 times. 😦 XD The last time a fish completely pulled my bobber off too! Also it was really neat because they had this old piano on a floating dock, and one of Dad’s cousins played it (he’s really good). 🙂 Ooh, swimming sounds so fun! *Sigh* I think our neighbor’s pool is closed now. 😦

    1. Haha. That’s so cool! Was it hard? We have to take quizzes in class which I’m not very excited for.
      I haven’t been fishing in a while. That sounds fun 😀
      I’m sad because it has been brutally hot here the past two days and I’ve wanted to go swimming, but the pool closed!

      1. Yeah, it wasn’t super easy. 😦 It’s pretty interesting, though! I learned a lot of good stuff (which I may or may not remember now XD ).
        Yeah!
        I KNOW! That happened to us too. 😦

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