Toddler Backpack: Roundup
On the eve of back-to-school I thought I’d share a little roundup of some of my favorite toddler backpacks out there (there are SO many on the market it gets difficult to navigate your way through all that school-supplies-chaos!).
Also, there’s something to be said for toddler-sized packs. It really makes a difference when it comes to a kindergardener lugging around books, supplies, and lunch inside a way-too-big-for-them Dora the Explorer/Spiderman backpack they begged (and begged and begged!) for in the isles of Target. A small child should be wearing a small pack that fits them squarely on the shoulders and evenly distributes the weight of it’s contents. You can read up a little bit on “Backpack Safety” on KidsHealth.org.
Easy-to-care-for durable vinyl + too-cute-to-pass-up 3-D owl design will make both mom and child happy to trek to school.
A staple to the Scandinavian classroom since 1978, these beautifully simple bags have finally made it to the states! Joy! :)
Soft dino-style spikes make this backpack edgy enough to ensure you kid is psyched to leave home and guarantees they’ll be the center of attention on the playground!
Bold graphics and streamlines design makes this healthy PVS, phthalates, and lead free bag the queen of the pack!
This machine washable embroidered backpack is screaming mini hipster rock ‘n’ roll!
These adorable animal packs feature 3 different pockets – including an insulated pouch for snacks, adjustable side bottle pocket, and roomy interior for supplies or stuffed animals. :)
These fair-trade packs made of durable neoprene to cushion that banana, insulate the juice box, and an inner pocket to separate the gear, make even the littlest of adventures awesome.
Mod graphics, convenient coated cotton canvas, functional size and pockets – kid tested, mod mom approved!
A kid-sized version of the ever-popular Cordura, updated with little pops of neon color – simple, classic, cool.