1. Unique School Supplies
I love getting new school supplies! Yes, even now.
So how about making a list with unique school supplies? I would definitely read that!
2. How To Be More Productive This Year
Productivity is something that a lot of people have to deal with. Write your favourite tips and tricks to help them out.
3. How To Study Effectively
We all know this feeling when you study for hours, but you feel like you haven’t done anything. Talk about ways to study effectively.
4. How To Write A Paper
Writing a paper is a kind of art. Share your way of doing it from the beginning until the deadline. You can talk from experience and share your failures along with your successes.
5. Teacher Gift Ideas
Make a list of your favourite gift ideas for teachers. You can go for general gift ideas or ideas depending on gender, age or subject they teach.
6. Student Exchange Programs
Search for the best student exchange programs for students you can find.
- What’s the application process?
- What’s the pros and cons of each program?
- What’s the pros and cons of studying abroad?
7. Easy Recipes
Not a lot of college students have the time – or the will – to cook. So write a few fast, easy-to-make recipes for them. And if they can be a little healthy, so much the better!
9. Living Alone: Pros & Cons
Write a list with the pros and cons of living alone. How can you deal with the downside?
10. Gifts For Kids
Make a list with gifts for kids. You can give pretty much anything to kids, but I’d recommend going for something interesting and educational.
My favourite gift is books, and I do gift books whenever I can. Or if they don’t like reading, I’ll go for something science-related.
11. Gifts For Teenagers
Write a list with gifts for teenagers. Getting something to a teenager is a little harder because no teenager will touch a gift they don’t like, no matter how persuasive you may be.
You can write about gifts for different interests, like music, art, reading, sports, etc.
12. Gifts For College Students
College students need pretty much anything you can get them. Things for their new house/dorm, tickets for a trip to see a different place, gift cards, tickets to a concert, etc.
13. Homecoming Proposal Ideas
Make a list of unique homecoming proposal ideas and share them with your readers.
14. Homecoming Outfit Ideas
Find the most beautiful homecoming outfits and grade them from 1 to 10. If you feel like it, you can also plan a giveaway with your favourite outfits.
15. Homecoming Theme Ideas
Make a list with your favourite theme ideas for Homecoming.
16. School Year Goals
Write about goal setting.
- Why is goal setting important?
- How can you set goals?
- How can you plan so you can achieve them?
17. Coupons & Deals For Shopping
Parents spend a lot on school supplies. And I mean, a lot. Find deals, coupons, sites with discounts, etc. to help them out.
18. Lunch Box Snacks
Write about the best lunch box snacks you can find. Make sure they are:
- easy to make
Yes, it’s a difficult checklist, but I’m sure you can make it!
19. Lunch Box Ideas
And of course, kids need to have awesome snacks in awesome lunch boxes, right?
Make a list with all the cool lunchboxes you can find online.
20. Planning Tools
Do you use planning tools?
If yes, then share them with your readers.
If not, why don’t you? Do you have any idea how useful they are for making your life easier? I use Trello, but I’ve heard good things about Asana and Evernote.
Check them out and share your favourite ones with your readers.
21. How To Stop Procrastinating
Ughhh… I hate procrastination because it has destroyed my plans a lot of times. (Yeah, obviously, I let it, but whatever!)
If you have any good tips to share for dealing with procrastination, share them!
22. How To Deal With Stress
Stress is something that a lot of students, in every grade, have to deal with. Talk about ways to get rid of it or, at least, work around it.
23. How To Speed Read
Have you ever felt like 24 hours aren’t enough for a day?
Well, too bad, because that’s we get. We may as well find ways to speed things up. Speedreading is one of these ways.
24. Studying Techniques Aiming For Efficiency
Write your favourite ways of studying efficiently. The list may include productivity techniques, like Pomodoro, or memory hacks, like mnemonic devices.
25. 10 Must Items For A College Freshman
What are the top 10 things that a freshman in college must have? Nope, I wouldn’t include booze there.
26. How To Deal With A Bad Teacher
Most teachers are, at least, okay. Some are good, a few of them are even great.
But then some teachers are just bad. Maybe they had no choice but to become teachers and they hate it, maybe they’re just bad people; I don’t know. But the reality is that they are teachers and students have to deal with them.
Make a guide with how to deal with mean/bad/incompetent teachers.
27. Backpack Ideas
Gather the best backpacks you can find and make a top 10 list with the best of the best. You can categorise them based on quality, price and design.
28. After-School Activities
Talk about after-school activities:
- What are the most popular ones?
- What are the best ones according to you?
- What are the best ones for each student? (based on personality and age)
- What are the benefits?
- What is the downside and how can students deal with it?
29. Best Book Ideas For Kids
Make a list with your top recommendations for children’s books. They can be books you’ve read while you were young – so they have a sentimental value for you. Or they can be recently published books.
Considering how much a difference there is between a 2-year-old, a 6-year-old and a 1o-year-old, you should probably make different lists for different age groups.
Do you use planners? I hope so because they are really useful.
Make a list of the best planners you’ve used so far or show your readers how to make their own planner. You can use Canva if you haven’t made one before. There are a lot of ready templates there.
31. Tips For Freshmen
Write your most useful tips for freshmen. They can be about school, social life, networking, papers, mindset, etc.
32. How To Choose The Right Career
Choosing the right career path is difficult. Especially at such a young age when students haven’t lived many things. I don’t believe they know even who they are at that age, let alone what they want to do for the rest of their life.
Still, this is a decision they have to take. Try to help them by giving them the right questions to ask themselves before deciding.
33. Expectations VS Reality
Make an expectations-vs-reality list about school. You can write about school in general, or about elementary, junior high, high school, and college separately.
34. How To Build The Right CV
Write about the best tips on writing an awesome CV that stands out. First impressions are important, after all.
35. Student Club Ideas
Write about interesting student club ideas you’ve seen or heard about.
Answer the most Frequently Asked Questions you can find about:
- starting school
- coming back to school
- school, in general
37. How To Make Money While In College
College costs way more money than it should. Without even including the cost of living.
If there were some ways to make money while in college, wouldn’ that be great? Yes, it would be.
Find the best ways and make a list of them. Don’t forget to talk about the pros & cons of each one and how to start.
38. How To Start Your Own Business In College
One of the best ways to make money is to start your own business. It’s not easy, but it’s definitely worth it if you consider that after a while, you’ll have a job you like, you’ll be your own boss and you’ll make a decent amount of money – at least.
39. How To Meet The Right People In College
For better or worse, it’s not about what you know, but who(m) you know. Networking is a tricky thing, but necessary if you want to have a successful career.
Make a guide on how to meet the right people in college.
40. DIY Crafts For Kids
Do you like DIY crafts? If yes, make a list with the top 10 projects you like with explicit instructions on how to do them.
41. How To Help Your Kids Love Reading
Make a list with the best ways you can think of to help kids love reading. Do you have personal experience with any or all of them?
42. How To Have A Better Relationship With Your Kids
Easy to say, not so easy to do.
In my opinion, it’s all about trust and honesty. It’s about letting logic prevail and not worst-case scenarios. And everything starts with the parents.
What’s your opinion about this? What are the tips that you use with your parents and/or kids?
43. How To Deal With Teenagers
Did you ever have to deal with teenagers? What are the tips you have?
44. How To Make Your Child More Responsible
Most parents don’t seem to know this, but responsibility isn’t something you get born with. It’s something you learn.
Talk about the best ways to teach a child how to be responsible.
45. How To Buy School Supplies On A Tight Budget
I love school supplies as I’ve said before but they can get ridiculously expensive. Write about the best sites, deals, etc. you can find so parents don’t pay too much this September.
46. Homeschooling: Pros & Cons
Homeschooling has its pros and cons like everything. What are they?
47. Tips For Teachers
Make a list with your best tips for teachers. For example, you can write tips on:
- dealing with children
- interesting projects
- talking with parents
48. How To Prepare A Kid For The First Day Of School
The first day of school is kind of important, isn’t it? How can you make it special for a child, especially if they’re afraid of school?
49. Cool Class Project Ideas
Talk about interesting class projects that can be turned into something big, like writing a book, making a comic or even a small animated movie.
50. How To Motivate Students
Write the top 10 tips you have on motivating students. What works on you usually?
And that’s it for today. These are my favourite blog post ideas for back-to-school posts.
So… what do you think about these ideas? Go ahead and let me know in the comments below!
If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer! Any suggestions are always welcome, so tell me about topics you’d like me to write. And if you liked this, check out more blog post ideas for September.
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