Kathie Lee & Hoda: Back-To-School Gear
From toddlers to teens, this is gear that will put your child at the head of the class. Kathie Lee and Hoda were joined by Trae Bodge, Senior Editor at RetailMeNot.com Insider, as she shared the latest gear for our back-to-school needs including Talkatoo Clip, My Keepsake Portfolio and iSafe Backpack review.
Today Show: Back To School Backpacks
Trae suggested Child Backpack for $11.99 from Childrens Place. She said that every child needs to have a backpack and these are so cheap.
Back-To-School: Ugly Dolls Review
Trae suggested an Ugly Doll for $35 from Childrens Place. She said the kids may be lonely going to school, so include this in their backpack and you can have it monogrammed.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Talkatoo Clip Review
Trae suggested a Talkatoo Clip for $16 from Creative Kids Stuff. She said it clips right onto their backpack and you can record a special message for your child.
Back-To-School Gear: Kleen Slate Review
Trae suggested a Paddle with Dry Erase Marker/Eraser for $7.25 from Kleen Slate. She said it is a great and fun way to practice penmanship.
Today Show: My Keepsake Portfolio Review
Trae suggested My Keepsake Portfolio for $19.95 from Lakeshore Learning. She said you can personalize these and a great way to keep your child’s art.
Back-To-School Gear: iSafe Backpack Review
Trae suggested an iSafe School Backpack for $49.99 and up from Amazon. She said it looks like a normal backpack, but there is a strap on it that you can pull apart and it sets off an alarm, so if you have a stranger or bully situation it is a great way to protect yourself.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: May Books Review
Trae suggested a 2012-2013 Academic Agenda for $20 from May Books. She said they can personalized with your own style and monogrammed.
Back-To-School Gear: Re-Writes Dry Erase Notes Review
Trae suggested Re-Writes Dry Erase Notes for $6 and up from Rite Aid. She said they are like Post-Its, but you can stick them anywhere and you can unstick them and they don’t leave any residue.
Back To School: Madbox Lunch Box Review
Trae suggested a Kids’ Madbox Lunch Box for $35 and up from Lands End. She said it keeps your lunch cool for up to five hours and you can fit a lot of stuff in there and they can be monogrammed as well.
PackIt Freezable Personal Cooler Review
Trae suggested PackIt Freezable Personal Cooler for $19.99 from Big Kitchen. She said it sits in your freezer real small, but then it opens as a bag and it keeps your food cool for up to ten hours.
Back-To-School Gear: Contigo Kids Stainless Steel Mug Review
Trae suggested Contigo Kids Stainless Steel Mug or Bowl for $17.59 and up from Target. She said they are leak-free and keep your lunch fresh and cold.
Three-In-One Bento Box Review
Trae suggested a Three-In-One Bento Box for $24 from Eco Lunchboxes. She said if your child likes the boxes.
Back-To-School Gear: Sandwich Cutter Review
Trae suggested a Sandwich Cutter for $15 from Pottery Barn Kids. She said for those fussy kids that don’t eat the crust.