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Ash said the superstore was also a great place to buy inexpensive labels, and another popular parenting blogger, Mel Watts, shared how she used Aldi for her school labelling supplies.Mel offered this advice to parents preparing for the year ahead: 'Don’t put their name on the front of their bag.

Thankfully, many clever parents have come together on Pinterest to share some of their top back to school tips and tricks guaranteed to make the school year a breeze.

From freezer-friendly lunchbox items to homework stations, here FEMAIL looks at some of the most popular ideas on the platform so far.

This study is currently set up in a living area, but we can easily move it to her bedroom or another space when she wants more privacy.'Parents have also shared a number of ideas for book covering including using brown kraft paper to cover books without scissors, tape or contact and DIY covers using only Washi Tape.'I have actually covered all of my books in a linen cloth,' Australian You Tuber - and mother-of-two - Ash Jackson said.

Ash outlined how she had been able to buy a couple of metres of the cloth cheaply during a sale, and used a double-sided heat and bond paper to adhere the fabric to the books.

Parents have also shared snaps of their go-to school lunches that are handy for both the time poor and those who are struggling to think of easy and nutritious options.

Budget-friendly and healthy treats like banana oat bread, quiches and colourful fruit and vegetable creations are a hit with parents, along with freezer-friendly options.

Katrina said the key to preparing a bento lunchbox in less than five minutes is to bulk bake and freeze savoury and sweet items, prepare and cut fruit and vegetables on a Sunday night and pack leftovers into lunchboxes after dinner.

'Dip apples in citrus juice or soda water to keep from going brown.

'This recipe is so loved it got a makeover last year to give it some new photos!

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