School Hacks! In this back to school life hacks & DIY school supplies video I show 12 simple school hacks for kids. These DIY school hacks for girls and boys are perfect for middle school but also college students. I included school morning routine hacks, food hacks, DIY edible school supplies, school pranks and other studying life hacks that will make your school days easier and exciting.
Food hacks! If you’re making a bagel for your school lunch, instead of storing it in a usual plastic box, place it in an empty CD container. It fits perfectly and your bagel will remain fresh and perfect even if you throw it in your school bag.
Have you highlighted something you don’t really want to? No problem! All you need is a bit of lemon juice. This school life hacks is absolutely mind-blowing and magical. Soak a q-tip in a bit of lemon juice and gently rub it over the highlighted area! The highlighter will disappear like magic.
Back to school studying hacks! If you love to study, write essays or reports on your bed or couch, this school simple life hack is perfect for you. Use a clothes hanger to clip your notebook, worksheet or a textbook to your PC and say goodbye to back and neck aches for good!
DIY edible school supplies and school pranks! If you are sleepy or bored during a lesson, a little sugar can make all the difference! But since candy and food in general are usually not allowed during lessons, we have to be a bit more sneaky. I show you how to make a DIY eos lollipop! You can keep it in your DIY pencil case and have it always on hand for the moments when you need a little sugary pick me up.
DIY school supplies hacks! Why having a boring metal stapler pins when we can have beautiful colorful instead. All we need are stapler pins and nail polish! This is such an affordable and inexpensive school hack for girls and boys that like some color in their life.
School morning routine hacks! Every second counts when getting ready for school in the morning. If you want to rock a neat and cool cat eyeliner every day a great hack is to use a pencil as a stamp. Cut the eraser and make a triangle shape.
Rainbow highlighters! Rainbow highlighters hacks have been allover YouTube recently and I really wanted to try them out. All you need are two or more highlighters and you can have so much fun! I tried the color changing highlighter hack and it worked perfectly. You should definitely try it too.
Some of us love listening to music while studying because it makes us more relaxed and helps us to concentrate. But teachers will probably not let you listen to music during the class. No problem! I show you a fun and sneaky way to listen to your favorite songs without anyone noticing.
DIY stamps for back to school! Stamps are always so much fun and make taking notes a super exciting task. All you need to make your own is a bottle lid and a piece of foam paper. Have a lot of fun stamping!
Sometimes you just want some peace and time for yourself. If you don’t want to be bothered by people around, use this simple life hack. Put on your headphones and I guarantee – people will be way less likely to bother you since they’ll think you’re listening to music! Works wonders at home, on the bus, plane or school.
I love using sharpies and markers as they come in so many different colors. However if you use them to write in a notebook, the color bleeds through the pages, which can be pretty annoying. The solution is nail polish. Apply one layer on the paper and you can use your sharpies and markers without bleeding.
Writing to-do lists is essential if you want to keep organized in school or at work. Instead of writing to do lists in notebooks or your cell phone, you can write them on a mirror. Just make sure to use whiteboard markers!
Hope this school hacks will make your days at school easier and so much fun 🙂
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