100+ unique baby name ideas as special as your new little one

Every child born is original and unique, and these names reflect that sentiment.


Adventurous parents-to-be who are interested in an unexpected and out of the ordinary baby name have a lot of choices these days, as unusual and surprising baby names are all the rage. Move over Anne and Michael, Adelia and Magnus are here to stay.

Whether you're seeking a name that stands out from the rest of the playground crowd or one that reflects your child's individuality, we've got a variety of uncommon baby names choices to help you in your search. Happy hunting!

Check out our picks for the 100+ best unique baby names.

Unique baby names that start with A

  1. Anise—meaning spice, this tasty name is the main ingredient in licorice!
  2. Adelia—If you love Ava and Abigail, this vintage name is more distinctive.
  3. Auden— in Old English, this name means "old friend".
  4. Alma—This soulful name of Latin origin means "nurturing".
  5. Abra—Love magic? This name is for you. It's also the feminine version of Abraham.
  6. Amara—A multicultural name with various meanings, among them "immortal" and "peaceful".
  7. Angelica— Fans of Broadway's Hamilton will love this name, which means "angel" or "angelic" and is of Italian, Polish, Russian origin.
  8. Ansel—from the photographer Ansel Adams to actor Ansel Elgort, this creative name is a sure bet.
  9. Arden—Of English origin meaning "Valley of the Eagle", we love the unisex appeal of this name.
  10. Artemis—A fighter and Greek goddess of the hunt, but whos name has a strong unisex feel.
  11. Asa—A cross-cultural, unisex name which means "healer" and "born in the morning".

Unique baby names that start with B

  1. Baldwin—Meaning "brave friend" in German, and perfect for fans of James Baldwin.
  2. Bronwin—We endorse any name that sounds like it came from Wuthering Heights.
  3. Bear—Once-unlikely animal name both cuddly and strong, gaining real traction.
  4. Bishop—Of English origin, meaning "guardian".
  5. Blue—Queen Bey may have started a trend with hue-themed names, and we are all for it.
  6. Booker—Future wordsmith? Or English origin, this name means "scribe".

Unique baby names that start with C

  1. Cassia—A feminine take on newly-trendy Cassius and Cassian, with a spicy meaning (from Latin meaning "cinnamon").
  2. Colson—Derived from the name Nicholas, this name means "People of Victory".
  3. Cora—A pretty name of Greek origin meaning "fair".
  4. Cordelia—A water-themed name meaning "daughter of the sea". Anne of Green Gables fans will like this name as well.
  5. Calloway—A classic, unisex name that may be a fit for fans of jazz music (the late Cab Calloway was an American jazz singer, dancer, bandleader, and actor).
  6. Castial—This powerful, Biblical name means "Shield of God" or "My cover is God".

Unique baby names that start with D

  1. Darcy—Hello, Jane Austen fans, this one's for you.
  2. Dion—A gender-neutral name used most recently in the Netflix show, "Raising Dion".
  3. Declan—This Irish, Godly name means "man of prayer" or "full of goodness".
  4. Dallas—Just a cool name, especially if you're from Texas.
  5. Danika—Of Danish origin, this sweet name means "morning star".

Unique baby names that start with E

  1. Ellington—Jazz fans will be reminded of Duke Ellington, but this is also just a cool name on its own.
  2. Emil—The male take on Emily is finally seeing new light.
  3. Esme—Multiple meanings and they're all lovely: "beloved", "esteemed" and "emerald".
  4. Emine—This trustworthy name means "one you can trust and believe".
  5. Ezra—Meaning "helper" in Hebrew.

Unique baby names that start with F

  1. Faye—This sweet, old-fashioned name is slowly crawling back up in the popular name charts.
  2. Fisher—Obviously a great name for fishing enthusiasts, it also just sounds cool.
  3. Fleur—Say it with a French accent as this is the ultimate flower name of French origin.
  4. Freya—In Norse mythology, Freya was the Goddess of Love and Fertility.
  5. Fabian—Of Latin origin, this "bean grower" meaning has been used by Shakespeare.
  6. Foster—Of English origin, meaning "one who keeps the forest".

Unique baby names that start with G

  1. Gracia—Of Spanish origin, meaning "favor" or "blessing".
  2. Greer—This Scottish name means "watchful" or "guardian" and sounds cool for a boy or girl
  3. Gulliver—Naturally, Gulliver's Travels comes to mind with this adventurous name.
  4. Gage—This wealthy names means "money lender" in Old English.
  5. Gohan—This Japanese name is great for sushi lovers, as it means "cooked rice".

Unique baby names that start with H

  1. Hadley—This pretty yet uncommon name is of English origin meaning "heather field".
  2. Horatio—An ancient name made famous by Shakespeare, only to drop off the popular name list in the 1500s. Bring it back?
  3. Harlyn—A unisex name with a nice ring to it, meaning "army land".
  4. Honor—You already know the meaning and it's a pretty special one.
  5. Huma—in Muslim, this name means "lucky bird". I love that!

Unique baby names that start with I

  1. Ina—A Welsh name first heard in the 5th century. Foodies know and love it, thanks to cookbook author Ina Garten.
  2. Ivo—An unusual, catchy name of German, Irish and Dutch origin meaning "archer".
  3. Iago—Of Spanish origin, this name means "supplanter".
  4. Idina— A certain Disney princess (who voiced "Elsa") has this name, but it's far from popular.
  5. Idris—Same goes for a British actor Idris Elba, though I hope this one makes a resurrgance.

Unique baby names that start with J

  1. Jenson—This Scandinavian name has a lovely, soft tone to it. Meaning "son of Jan".
  2. Juliette—Made popular by Shakespeare, we love this French spelling.
  3. Jago—this name is derived Jacob, from Cornish origin.
  4. Jett—I mean, this is just a cool, unused name, plain and simple.
  5. Jabari—From Swahili, meaning "brave one".

Unique baby names that start with K

  1. Keira—An Anglicized name meaning "little dark one" (similar to Ciara and Kira).
  2. Kit—What a spunky yet simple unisex name (I'm thinking "Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harington and the American Girl doll, Kit Kittredge).
  3. Koa—Of Hawaiian origin meaning "warrior" and "brave one". Typically used for boys, I like this as a girls' name, too.
  4. Kian—Of Gailic Irish origin meaning "ancient".
  5. Karys—This lovely Welsh name means "love".

Unique baby names that start with L

  1. Leon—Roar! Of Latin origin meaning "lion".
  2. Ledger—A twist on the German Leadegar, meaning "people" and "spear".
  3. Lilia—A twist on popular Lily, meaning, you guessed it, "lily".
  4. Lucinda—Meaning "light", if you want a more formal name than Lucy.
  5. Laith—Make up your own meaning as this name doesn't really have one, but is derived from Arabic and Scottish Gaelic.
  6. Lennox—Meaning "with many elm trees" which is great if you like trees, but also Annie Lennox.

Unique baby names that start with M

  1. Maia—A new spelling and twist on an old classic (Maya).
  2. Matson—If you like Matthew, Matson is an unusual take on a classic name.
  3. Marisol—A bright and cheerful name of Spanish origin meaning "sun and sea".
  4. Marlowe—A cool name meaning "driftwood", this one is quickly becoming a celebrity favorite.
  5. Maverick—This cool name means "independent; nonconformist", so they will surely think for themselves!
  6. Maude—A fierce name meaning "powerful battler" and one of the coolest one syllable monikers out there.
  7. Millicent—This old-fashioned name comes with a pretty adorable nickname; "Millie".

Unique baby names that start with N

  1. Niamh—An Irish name meaning "bright" and "radiant"; variations include Neve and Nieve.
  2. Nova—For the celestial-minded, a Nova is a star that suddenly releases a huge burst of energy, temporarily becoming extraordinarily bright.
  3. November—An underused, unisex month-themed name.
  4. Neve—*see Niamh above.
  5. Nadir—in Arabic, this name means "precious".

Unique baby names that start with O

  1. Olympia—A favorite of Serena Williams, this name is of Greek origin meaning "from Mount Olympus".
  2. Omari—Of Hebrew origin meaning "Speaker" or "Chief", and in Swahili, meaning "God is exalted".
  3. Orson—Meaning "bear" in Latin, it's hard not to think of the famous director, Orson Welles.
  4. Otto—Of German origin meaning "wealth" and "prosperity".
  5. Odin—The name of the Norse god of art, culture, wisdom and law.

Unique baby names that start with P

  1. Petra—A strong, Greek name meaning "rock", this is also the feminized version of Peter.
  2. Pascal—Typically given to boys, this French name means "of the Passover/Easter".
  3. Phinneas—Of English and Egyptian origin meaning "the Nubian", these days you might think of singer Billie Eilish's brother and fellow bandmate.
  4. Poppy—A floral name that doesn't get more fun.
  5. Pacey—Of Latin origin meaning "peace".

Unique baby names that start with Q

  1. Quincy—This unisex name of English origin has a royal ring to it, don't you think?
  2. Qamar—in Arabic, this name means "moon".
  3. Quenby—Of Scandinavian decent, this name means "womanly".
  4. Quinn—There are various meaning of this name, but the best one is definitely "living with royalty".
  5. Quan—in Chinese, this means Goddess of Compassion.

Unique baby names that start with R

  1. Rhys—Always ready to go, this name of Welsh origin means "enthusiasm".
  2. Rafferty—Of Irish origin, your child will be successful with a name that means "prosperity wielder".
  3. Ramona—Beverly Cleary fans will love this one, a classic, old-fashioned name that's slowly making a comeback.
  4. Renata—Operatic name of Latin origin which means "rebirth".
  5. Rubin—From Hebrew, meaning "see, a son".
  6. Romy—A lighthearted, fun "nickname-name" that doesn't need a formal name to back it up.
  7. Roscoe—For those that love the outdoors, this woodsy name of Norse origin means "deer forest".
  8. Rowan—Increasingly seen as a unisex name, this means "little redhead" and is of Scottish and Irish origin.
  9. Rocco— Take a break from baby name decisions with this Italian and German origin meaning "rest".

Unique baby names that start with S

  1. Sabine—Of French origin, more commonly seen as Sabina.
  2. Sasha—This unisex name is of Russian origin and typically seen as a nickname for Alexander or Alexandra.
  3. Saffron—This "spicy" name of English origin means "a type of crocus" (the expensive orange spice, Saffron, comes from this flower).
  4. Sinead—Meaning "God is gracious" and of Hebrew and Irish origin.
  5. Silas— A name that means "of the forest" foreshadows a lot of camping and outdoor time!
  6. Serafina—Of Hebrew origin meaning "burning ones", I like this twist on the more classic Sara.
  7. Shalia—This name is so unusual it doesn't have an origin, but safe to say it's a variation of other girl names that begin with "Sha".
  8. Shepherd— This name means "Guardian of the sheep" and also has a cool built-in nickname: Shep.

Unique baby names that start with T

  1. Teddy—From Old English, meaning "wealthy protector", "brave people" and "God's gift". Often seen as a nickname for Theodore.
  2. Tempest—Of Old English origin meaning "stormy" or "turbulent".
  3. Teo—Of Spanish origin meaning "gift of God". I also like this as a more unusual take on Theo.
  4. Talia—Meaning "dew of Heaven" this ethereal name is of Hebrew origin.
  5. True—This one may begin to see a comeback thanks to Khloe Kardashian.

Unique baby names that start with U

  1. Ulani—This happy-sounding name is of Hawaiin origin and means "cheerful".
  2. Uma—This ancient name means "tranquility" and "splendour" in Sanskrit.
  3. Ulysses—Another ancient name of Latin origin meaning "wounded in the thigh".
  4. Uday— To "materialize" (into this air?)
  5. Ugo—The Italian variant of Hugo, neaning "intelligent".

Unique baby names that start with V

  1. Vaughn—This unisex name of English origin means "small" but there is nothing tiny about this cool, dignified name.
  2. Vera—An old-fashioned name that is very slowly making a comeback. Get it while the getting's good!
  3. Virgil—This ancient, literary name is of Latin origin and means "staff bearer".
  4. Viviana—A twist on the more classic Vivian.
  5. Vivica—This strong, powerful name means "war fortress" and is of Scandinavian and Old German origin.

Unique baby names that start with W

  1. Wade—Perfect for those on the move, this unisex name means "to go" and is of Anglo-Saxon English origin.
  2. Wells—This pretty name of English origin signifies "spring".
  3. Willow—Meaning "freedom" and "willow tree" of English origin. A pretty, whimsical name.
  4. Winslow—An "old man's name" that has come a long way. Meaning "friend's hill" and of Old English origin.
  5. Wynn—This unisex name means "friend" and is a lovely one indeed.
  6. Wren—Like you might suspect, this name means "small bird" and is of English origin.

Unique baby names that start with X

  1. Xen—Meaning "form of Buddhism"this zen-like name works for either gender.
  2. Xander—Of Greek origin meaning "defender of men".
  3. Xena—From Xenia, meaning "hospitable" and "welcoming".
  4. Xia—This Chinese name means "glow of the sunset or sunrise". How pretty.
  5. Xanthe—Of Greek origin, meaning "yellow" or "fair".

Unique baby names that start with Y

  1. Yael—(also spelled Jael), this Hebrew name sets a spiritual tone, meaning "to ascend".
  2. Yardley—There's no doubt the meaning of this English name is unexpected: "from the wood where spars were got".
  3. Yair—Another Biblical name, this means "He will enlighten".
  4. Yoel—in Hebrew, this means "Jehovah is the Lord".
  5. Yuvan—A young prince in Sanskrit.

Unique baby names that start with Z

  1. Zeren—This name is so unusual it belongs to a very specific animal breed, the Mongolian Gazelle.
  2. Zia—Of Latin and Arabic origin meaning "light" or "splendor".
  3. Ziggy—Adorable nickname for Zigmund or a fun unisex nickname-name on its own.
  4. Zion—A setting in the Bible, this name means "highest point" in Hebrew.
  5. Zora—Early risers will love this name which means "dawn" and is of Slavic origin.

The HATCH Mama collection is everything your pregnant body needs right now

Their oil is the only thing that stopped my belly from itching as it grew bigger.

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Let me start by saying I'm not a fan of moisturizing. I hate being wet and sticky and after applying product to my body, I have to stand around awkwardly until I'm fully air-dried—a practice that is not compatible with having three kids under the age of 3. However, as someone who has carried three children in her body, I also know how much your belly needs hydration as the baby grows.

This was especially true with my second pregnancy. My belly popped way sooner (a thing that happens with subsequent pregnancies) and on top of that, I was carrying twins, which meant I became super pregnant super fast. My belly was itching constantly from the skin stretching (I checked with my doctor to make sure I didn't have Cholestasis) and there was no scratching in the world that could ease my discomfort. My doula recommended the HATCH Mama belly oil and changed my life. The oil is nourishing—but more important to me, quick-drying—so I could apply it all over my planet-sized twin belly and get dressed immediately after without having my clothes ruined nor stuck to my body. Because of how much I loved the oil, I tested other products, and let me tell you, they're all equally amazing.

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Nipple + lip ointment 


Calming + soothing, this magic sauce is lanolin-free & made of tropical butters and super fruits. I'm not lying when I say you will not want to stop using this, even way after birth.


Belly tattoos


A very rock and roll way to honor your bump. And non-toxic + plant-based at that!


This article was originally published in March 2021. It has been updated.

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Motherly created the flexible online birth class moms need

The Motherly Birth Class is completely online, which means you can take the class at your own pace.

Taking a birth class is a pregnancy milestone. Whether you've been excited to take a birth class for a long time or have just recently decided that you wanted to take one, sitting down for that first lesson feels big—spoiler alert, this is really happening! But finding time for a birth class isn't as easy as it would seem.

We know new parents are busy (hello, understatement of the year). Between diaper changes, pediatrician appointments, healing from birth and the general adjustment to #newparentlife, the days can fill up quickly. But a lot of people are caught off guard by how busy pregnancy can be, too! That first trimester is so often full of symptoms—like nausea and fatigue—that can make previously easy or simple tasks exhausting. The second trimester begins and (usually) we start to feel better. But then our days get filled with planning out baby registries and deciding on questions like, "Where will this tiny new human sleep?" And before you know it, it's the third trimester—and, well, then you're in the home stretch. Plus there are so many appointments!

All this to say that we get how busy you are—and how hard that might make it to fit in a birth class.

And that's why we created The Motherly Birth Class. The Motherly Birth Class is completely online, which means you can take the class at your own pace.

Think you'll want to watch each lesson a few times over? Great!

Due date's next week and you need the option to take a birth class very quickly? No problem!

Like everything at Motherly, we designed this class with you in mind.

Taught by Certified Nurse-Midwife Diana Spalding (who also wrote "The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama"), this class is broken into 12 lessons—and you get to control how and when you watch them. We'll teach you about what your (amazing) body is up to in labor, how to decide when it's time to head to the hospital or birth center (or when to call your home birth midwife), what your options are for coping with pain and so much more.

When you sign up for The Motherly Birth Class, you'll get access to a downloadable workbook and meditations. Plus, you'll be invited to join our supportive private online community (where you can chat with the class instructor!)

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Pregnancy is wonderful—but it's a lot. You deserve a birth class that works for you and empowers you to have your best birth. Because vaginal or Cesarean, unmedicated or medication, birth is incredible. And you are the star of it all.

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14 toys that will keep your kids entertained inside *and* outside

They transition seamlessly for indoor play.

Keeping kids entertained is a battle for all seasons. When it's warm and sunny, the options seem endless. Get them outside and get them moving. When it's cold or rainy, it gets a little tricker.

So with that in mind, we've rounded up some of the best toys for toddlers and kids that are not only built to last but will easily make the transition from outdoor to indoor play. Even better, many are Montessori-friendly and largely open-ended so your kids can get a ton of use out of them.

From sunny backyard afternoons to rainy mornings stuck inside, these indoor outdoor toys are sure to keep little ones engaged and entertained.

Secret Agent play set


This set has everything your little secret agent needs to solve whatever case they might encounter: an ID badge, finger scanner, walkie-talkie handset, L-shaped scale and coloring comic (a printable file is also available for online download) along with a handy belt to carry it all along. Neighborhood watch? Watch out.


Mini golf set

Plan Toys mini golf set

Fore! This mini golf set is lawn and living room ready. Set up a backyard competition or incorporate into homeschooling brain breaks that shift focus and build concentration.


Stepping Stones


Kiddos can jump, stretch, climb and balance with these non-slip stepping stones. The 20-piece set can be arranged in countless configurations to create obstacle courses, games or whatever they can dream up.


Wooden doll stroller

Janod wooden doll stroller

Take their charges on a stroll around the block with this classic doll stroller. With the same versatility they're used to in their own ride, this heirloom quality carriage allows their doll or stuffy to face them or face the world.


Sand play set

Plan Toys sand set

Whether you're hitting the beach or the backyard sandbox, this adorable wooden sand set is ready for action. Each scoop has an embossed pattern that's perfect for sand stamping. They're also totally suitable for water play in the wild or the bathtub.


Sensory play set


Filled with sand or water, this compact-sized activity set keeps little ones busy, quiet and happy. (A mama's ideal trifecta 😉). It's big enough to satisfy their play needs but not so big it's going to flood your floors if you bring the fun inside on a rainy day.


Vintage scooter balance bike

Janod retro scooter balance bike

Pedals are so 2010. Balance bikes are the way to go for learning to ride a bike while skipping the training wheels stage altogether. This impossibly cool retro scooter-style is built to cruise the neighborhood or open indoor space as they're learning.


Foam pogo stick


Designed for ages 3 and up, My First Flybar offers kiddos who are too young for a pogo stick a frustration-free way to get their jump on. The wide foam base and stretchy bungee cord "stick" is sturdy enough to withstand indoor and outdoor use and makes a super fun addition to driveway obstacle courses and backyard races. Full disclosure—it squeaks when they bounce, but don't let that be a deterrent. One clever reviewer noted that with a pair of needle-nose pliers, you can surgically remove that sucker without damaging the base.




Whether they're digging up sand in the backyard or picking up toys inside, kids can get as creative as they want picking up and moving things around. Even better? It's made from recycled plastic milk cartons.


Hopper ball

Hopper ball

Burn off all that extra energy hippity hopping across the lawn or the living room! This hopper ball is one of the top rated versions on Amazon as it's thicker and more durable than most. It also comes with a hand pump to make inflation quick and easy.


Pull-along ducks


There's just something so fun about a classic pull-along toy and we love that they seamlessly transition between indoor and outdoor play. Crafted from solid cherry and beechwood, it's tough enough to endure outdoor spaces your toddler takes it on.


Rocking chair seesaw


This built-to-last rocking seesaw is a fun way to get the wiggles out in the grass or in the playroom. The sturdy design can support up to 77 pounds, so even older kiddos can get in on the action.


Baby forest fox ride-on

janod toys baby fox ride on

Toddlers will love zooming around on this fox ride-on, and it's a great transition toy into traditional balance bikes. If you take it for a driveway adventure, simply use a damp cloth to wipe down the wheels before bringing back inside.


Meadow ring toss game

Plan Toys meadow ring toss game

Besides offering a fantastic opportunity to hone focus, coordination, determination and taking turns, lawn games are just plain fun. Set them up close together for the littles and spread them out when Mom and Dad get in on the action. With their low profile and rope rings, they're great for indoors as well.


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The ultimate back-to-school shopping list for busy moms

Use this list to prep for the best first day ever!

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After spending a summer reconnecting with friends and family, enjoying the outdoors and (hopefully!) making time for vacation, it's time for kids to head back to school. They're ready to learn, grow and get out of your hair again! But they'll need some help to get there. Before the exciting first day of school, you'll need to get all the gear together to make school a success.

As a parent, use this basic but essential school supply list to find everything your little ones need for their classes—even on a budget.

Loose Leaf Paper

Even though there won't be any tests or quizzes when school begins, kids take plenty of notes, complete assignments and do in-class exercises. Every student needs at least a few packets of loose-leaf paper for quick notes and doodles. Check with your child's school to find out if they require college ruled or wide ruled before you fill up your shopping cart — odds are they won't, but it's worth being sure.


Personal Planner

Your child will need a personal planner to kick off the school year and keep up with all of their assignments. It's an opportunity to invest in cute school supplies that motivate your kids every time they open their planners. Plus, planners help kids learn time management and responsible scheduling, which they can carry with them throughout their academic lives and into college and adulthood.


#2 Pencils

Most classes require #2 pencils because they show up easily on test bubble sheets that machines scan and grade. Add them to your child's school supply list before they sell out at local stores. A great deal on a large pack will likely last through the year.


Black Ink Pens

Teachers grade in red ink pens so their notes stand out as study tools. Your student should use black ink pens that don't bleed on the paper. Their work will stand out and never smudge if you use a tried-and-true brand that knows how to make a quality pen, like BIC.


Highlighters in Different Colors

Highlighters help students study if they outline notes in different colors. Get your child a pack so they have all the help they need for their study materials. If they're stressed about the tougher classwork, don't forget to break the tension with jokes that will put them at ease.


Big Pink Erasers

The erasers on the top of pencils won't last long in classes like calculus or trigonometry. Give your kids a backup by buying packs of big pink erasers. They last much longer and often do a better job of wiping mistakes away.


New Headphones

Headphones are one of the school supplies kids can use to express themselves. They'll wear them while studying in the library or riding the bus so they can focus or relieve stress between classes.


Lined Notebooks

Notebooks are cute school supplies that students always need. The spiral-bound pages are easy to flip through and lightweight in a backpack. They even help with virtual classes because each subject can have a different notebook and further organize notes that assist with online tests.


Three-Ring Binders

Students collect their loose-leaf notes in three-ring binders because they snap everything shut and keep notes safe. Find back-to-school binders that match your child's personality so they can stack everything safely in their locker without bending or crushing papers.


Locker Decorations

Most kids love decorating their lockers when they start middle school or junior high. Add locker decorations to your school supply list so they can personalize their storage unit and feel more at home.


New Lunch Box

Spoiled food ruins the first day of school. But a dual-compartment lunch box ensures your child's food stays fresh throughout the day by designating a special section for an ice pack. Your purchase could also start a new tradition of getting a different lunch box when the school year begins, easing your kids' nerves about beginning a new grade.


Upgraded Backpack

It's always fun to get a new backpack. Let your kids pick one that matches their size and expresses their personality with characters, colors, or other prints.


Colorful Markers

Young kids might need help adjusting to virtual school or having fun during in-person classes. Colorful markers are an easy way for them to relax while doodling, and they'll likely be part of daily assignments for elementary school students.


Reusable Water Bottle

Drinking out of water fountains helps spread illnesses. Your kids can avoid flu season by carrying a reusable water bottle in their backpack. Let them pick out whichever one they want and they'll look forward to using it instead of drinking from public fountains.



Every teenager needs a calculator when they go back to school. A TI-89 model assists with graphing functions and lasts throughout their academic careers. You won't have to buy another one if they keep it in its case between classes.

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