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These Are The Back-To-School Trends People Are Pinning Like Crazy

How many of these have you pinned?

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Huzzah! Pinterest just released its annual Back-to-School Report, which shines a light on the most popular back-to-school trends on the site.

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Pinterest's Pinsights team compiled the data by analyzing searches and saves related to back-to-school content.

So what back-to-school stuff are people most interested in this year? Here are 12 of the year's top trends:

1. Pre-planning outfits for the week has been searched and saved a lot — up 47% over last year!

Organize your kid's outfits for the week on Sunday night and you'll have one less thing to think about in the morning rush.
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Organize your kid's outfits for the week on Sunday night and you'll have one less thing to think about in the morning rush.

2. Hair accessories organization and bow holders — like the one below — are up 20%.

Little barrettes, little hair ties, little headbands = big mess. Organize them!
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Little barrettes, little hair ties, little headbands = big mess. Organize them!

3. Drop zones for your kids' stuff — like this garage mudroom — are up 48% over last year.

Keep your kids' school stuff from cluttering up your entryway.
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Keep your kids' school stuff from cluttering up your entryway.

4. Painted rocks may sound kind of random, but they're up 220%!

Your kids will love making painted rock paperweights for their homework desk, and likely increase their enthusiasm for the new school year in the process!
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Your kids will love making painted rock paperweights for their homework desk, and likely increase their enthusiasm for the new school year in the process!

5. Scrabble tiles — up 73% over last year — are being used for a lot of back-to-school activities (like this magnet board).

Your kids can shake off the summer brain drain — and learn some new words.
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Your kids can shake off the summer brain drain — and learn some new words.

6. Breakfasts to go — like these egg muffin cups (which are up 40% over last year) — are getting Pinned left and right.

These are great when you're in a hurry because they can be eaten on the way to school. Other popular on-the-go breakfasts include energy balls ( up 24%) and yogurt bark (up 27%).
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These are great when you're in a hurry because they can be eaten on the way to school. Other popular on-the-go breakfasts include energy balls ( up 24%) and yogurt bark (up 27%).

7. School lunches in a pocket — like these drool-worthy taco pop tarts — are up 47% over last year.

Take your kids' favorite foods and put them in less messy pocket-form. You can find the recipe for taco pop tarts over at Babble.
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Take your kids' favorite foods and put them in less messy pocket-form. You can find the recipe for taco pop tarts over at Babble.

8. Lunch kabobs — up 67% — are another much-searched alternative to the usual school lunch.

Forget the boring sandwiches and put the basics on a stick. No bread is required, which means you don't have to cut off the crust (you're welcome).
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Forget the boring sandwiches and put the basics on a stick. No bread is required, which means you don't have to cut off the crust (you're welcome).

9. Pizzadillas are also popular — up 77%!

What kid wouldn't want a pizza/quesadilla mashup in their school lunch (or for dinner)?
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What kid wouldn't want a pizza/quesadilla mashup in their school lunch (or for dinner)?

10. Car activities — like this word building travel kit — are also popular this year (up 50%).

Car games don't have to be reserved for long road trips. They can get your child's mind warmed up for class, and take your mind off traffic.
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Car games don't have to be reserved for long road trips. They can get your child's mind warmed up for class, and take your mind off traffic.

11. Stress-relieving thinking putty is up 55% over last year.

Forget the fidget spinners — make thinking putty!
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Forget the fidget spinners — make thinking putty!

12. Finally, child meditation and yoga are up 25%.

Meditation and yoga can help anxious children adjust to the new school year and even improve their grades. You can introduce your child to mindfulness with guided meditation or calm-down yoga.
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Meditation and yoga can help anxious children adjust to the new school year and even improve their grades. You can introduce your child to mindfulness with guided meditation or calm-down yoga.

Check out Pinterest's Back to School 2017 board for more fun back to school ideas.

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