If you've got a young adult that's entering or beginning another year of college, we've rounded up our favorite Amazon essentials that are sure to help set your scholar up for success!
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Bedsure Viscose from Bamboo Blanket // This cozy throw blanket is ideal for those long all-nighters. I love that it comes in a variety of colors and sizes.
StorageLAB Underbed Storage Containers // Whether your student is living in a dorm or an apartment, chances are they've got lots of stuff with limited storage. These containers are an ideal solution and can slide under a bed or at the bottom of a closet for hidden yet easy access.
Oxford Composition Notebooks, 12-pack // Notes, notes and more notes will be what your student will be taking a whole lot of, so this pack of notebooks are a deal worth grabbing.
Himawari Laptop Backpack // With nearly 19,000 reviews, I'd say getting this backpack is a no-brainer, especially for toting laptops and electronics. And it comes in a ton of fun colors? Win!
Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Instant Camera // This trendy camera is definitely needed for your student capturing unforgettable memories with their friends.
mDesign Small Plastic Shower/Bath Storage Organizer Caddy // Seriously, what is dorm life without a shower caddy? It's cute, convenient and a must-have!
JSP Small Folding Computer Desk // This desk is awesome for studying and intense focus! I love the storage bag and hooks it comes with! (Not a bad pick for us parents too!)
LapGear Home Office Lap Desk // Equip your scholar to work anywhere with this lap desk that's also got a mouse pad and phone holder!
Mophie Powerstation XXL Power Bank // Let's face it: we're in the age of tech. And there's nothing worse than working on something important or needing to make a call and one of your devices dies. Luckily, your student can stay charged up with this portable battery.
Which of these best-sellers are do you think your student could use? Let us know in the comments!