Alana Kennedy Backpack July 20th, 2019 - 13:20:56
Because of their versatility, back packs, sometimes called knapsacks, are popular with students. Kids' backpacks give them more space when carrying books, binders, notebooks, lunch, gym clothes, and other essential school things. Plus, many backpacks offer extra pockets that are perfect for pens, cellphones, and other gear. Trendy backpacks are available in different designs and colors, often featuring the latest celebrities or television characters, giving kids a chance to express their individuality through a hip backpack.
Teachers also very much appreciate students having these backpacks as they are necessary to having a secure means of transporting the teacher's and parent's communications as well as the child's work to and from school. Backpacks are useful in keeping all items safe and together such as keeping books and papers from getting wet or damaged to and from school. Disney back packs do this really well and do it in style.
If my three hours was any indication, buying a good backpack is not an easy task. With hundreds of backpack manufacturers and styles, it can understandably be overwhelming. Whatever you do, don't go cheap. You'll be doing yourself a disservice and end up buying a new one anyways. A good backpack is an investment. You needn't spend $500 on a backpack, but be wary of cheap, no-frills, run of the mill $70 brands, as you'll regret the design flaws and absence of extras. Spend a little more for a good backpack from a trusted brand, and it will be your companion for many trips to come. The Osprey pack I eventually settled on has traveled with me from the U.S to the Middle East for 10 awesome years and I know it has another good 10 years to go.
Also look at how many times a year you will use the backpack. If it's for a one time event, a lower quality backpack might be fine,but when you use it more often you're going to have a lot more fun buying a good quality backpack. This will cost you more but certainly is worth the money.
The human spine is made up of 33 bones called vertebrae, and between the vertebrae are discs that act as shock absorbers. When something heavy-such as a backpack filled with books-is incorrectly placed on your child's shoulders, the force of that extra weight can pull your child backwards. To compensate, your child may bend forward at the hips or arch his or her back, which can cause your child's spine to compress unnaturally. Because of the heavy weight he or she is carrying, your child might begin to develop shoulder, neck, and back pain.
\"It is estimated that at least half of all student backpacks are too heavy for children to be carrying,\" the group's vice president Brett Wartenberg said. \"As a result, doctors and chiropractors are seeing more children than ever complaining of back pain, which can have long-term health implications.\"