Many schools offer school supply bundles to help parents get all the required school supplies in one spot. If your school doesn’t offer these kits, you might be interested in a new program from Amazon.com. Amazon recently unveiled Amazon School Lists, a new way for K-12 teachers to create and share online back-to-school supply lists with parents.
To get started, head over to www.amazon.com/schools. Amazon makes it really easy for teachers to build their lists by offering three different options.
1. Choose from pre-populated lists by grade.
2. Use Amazon’s curated selection by category.
3. Or simply search Amazon.com.
Teachers can edit each product to mark it as optional, “similar item acceptable” or edit the quantity. Once a list is created, it can be shared with families via email, social media or embedded in school materials like a website.
As the new school year approaches, parents will be able to complete back-to-school shopping in just a few clicks. Students will have the exact items they need, and you can’t beat Amazon prices.
Check out the new Amazon School program!