1. Make a portable homework station by putting a dollar store utensil holder inside a document box.
2. You can also make a homework caddy using pie tins and candlesticks.
3. You can bling out your kid's locker with dollar store finds.
4. You can also use dollar store tuperware to DIY a survival kit for your kid's locker.
5. Transform a dollar store notebook into one that looks amazing with a little fabric.
6. Kitchen sponges can be used to make low-cost ice packs for your kid’s lunch box.
7. Use a cotton swabs case to DIY a first aid kit your kid can keep in their backpack.
8. Travel soap box containers are also great for crayons and flashcards.
9. You can DIY this adorable teacher gift entirely with dollar store items.
10. You can also make your kid's teacher a "Back to School Supply Cake" using dollar store items.
11. Dictionaries are one of the best back to school deals at dollar stores.
12. Dollar store baking pans and magnets can help your kid master spelling.
13. You can also help your kid learn fractions with a veggie tray.
14. Dollar store baskets can be used to put together a school-lunch station.
15. You can find all kinds of fidget tools — which help special-needs students focus — at the dollar store.
16. Dollar store dish drainers are great for organizing your kid's school papers.
17. Over the door organizers are surprisingly perfect for keeping school supplies handy.
18. Speed up mornings by using dollar store cups to organize your kids' toothbrushes.
19. You can also speed up mornings with dollar store shower curtain rings, which keep hairbands organized.
20. You can make a bento lunch using character-themed sandwich boxes and cookie cutters from the dollar store.
21. Make donating hand soap and tissues to the classroom easy on your wallet by picking them up at the dollar store.
22. Ice-pop trays are surprisingly ideal for organizing your kid’s pens, pencils, and crayons.
23. You can also DIY a dollar store mason jar into these pretty awesome pencil holders.