Easy organization with Kids’ Bags
Gone are the days when stuffing everything into one big bag was okay. Nowadays, parents provide their children multiple bags, especially for school, for a number of reasons. One, multiple bags take away the headache of one huge disorganized chaos of a bag. Let’s face it. When something can’t be found, kids always yell for their moms and dads to look for it with them. Two, dividing the load between bags lessens the strain on a child’s body. If everything is simply put into one big backpack to be lugged around by a small child all day, it can lead to long-term bad posture, shoulder and back strain, and eventually, spinal problems.
A Bag for Child’s Need
A big bag like a shoulder bag is great for containing books, notebooks, and other supplies for school, but it would be unwise to place food and drinks into the same place. Food containers and water bottles have the risk of spilling; even condensation from cold drinks can stain and ruin a notebook. That’s why it is also important to provide a separate lunch bag for a child as it is designed to keep food and drinks from spilling out. Most lunch bags are made of water-proof, stain-proof, and insulated materials that will keep one’s baon secure and fresh. Days can run long and humid, so it is also recommended to pack a wash bag for a child as well, containing a tooth brush, tooth paste, cologne, face towel, and other things to ensure that one stays clean all day.
- Functionality: An alternative to the backpack, shoulder bags tend to be slightly smaller. It is more suited for the play dates or short trips outdoors, when they only need to bring a few essentials. Plastic zippers and Velcro may be used for ease of access.
- Material: These are made out of a variety of materials, most of which is lightweight synthetic fibers like nylon for durability.
- Size: It can range from small to medium, depending on the intended use, as well as in varying creative designs.
- Functionality: Most lunch bags have moved beyond merely storing food containers in a square box with added functionality. Some are stain-resistant and spill-proof to prevent accidents, while others have insulated gels to keep food cool and fresh. However, for those who want to keep things old-school, simple lunch packs are roomy compartments and easy-to-clean linings are also available. They are equipped with plastic zippers, and straps for easy handling.
- Material: These lunch bags are often made of plastic and nylon for durability and water-resistance. However, certain lunch boxes also include other materials for added functionality. Stain-proof bags are made of neoprene, the same material as wetsuits. Insulated gels are included in others to keep food fresh during long trips.
- Size: Typically, lunch bags are small and easy to carry.
- Functionality: Designed to keep toiletries, these are equipped with a large main compartment, zippered compartments, and other pockets. In case it is no longer needed to hold toiletries, it can be alternatively used as a pencil case.
- Material: These are made of polyester and other synthetic materials.
- Size: As it is designed to be put inside a bag, it is typically small in size.