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31 Best School Hacks And Crafts

posted in DIY & Crafts
09/12/2015
  • You can cover almost any school supply with washi tape and it will be instantly cuter. Pencils, for example, (and they sharpen just fine).
    You can cover almost any school supply with washi tape and it will be instantly cuter. Pencils, for example, (and they sharpen just fine).
  • You can type any problem into mathway.com and it'll give you the answer.
    You can type any problem into mathway.com and it'll give you the answer.
  • A fun little study tip: put candy or other small treats at the end of a paragraph as a quick reward for reading the actual paragraph.
    A fun little study tip: put candy or other small treats at the end of a paragraph as a quick reward for reading the actual paragraph.
  • And setting your schedule as your screensaver can help you memorize it and its a real time saver when you're in a hurry because you just need to turn your phone on to find your next class.
    And setting your schedule as your screensaver can help you memorize it and its a real time saver when you're in a hurry because you just need to turn your phone on to find your next class.
  • Washi tape covered cups, jars, or even toilet paper rolls make cool pencil holders. Just make sure to put a sturdier tape layer on the bottle if you plan on using toilet paper rolls.
    Washi tape covered cups, jars, or even toilet paper rolls make cool pencil holders. Just make sure to put a sturdier tape layer on the bottle if you plan on using toilet paper rolls.
  • Chewing a flavor of gum you don't normally chew while studying and then chewing the same flavor during a test can help your remember information you studied.
    Chewing a flavor of gum you don't normally chew while studying and then chewing the same flavor during a test can help your remember information you studied.
  • And chewing cinnamon gum in class can help you stay awake!
    And chewing cinnamon gum in class can help you stay awake!
  • Another gum hack is to keep an empty pack with you so when someone asks for gum, you can just show them the empty pack and tell them you don't have any.
    Another gum hack is to keep an empty pack with you so when someone asks for gum, you can just show them the empty pack and tell them you don't have any.
  • Pop your tape out of your tape dispenser. Then use the cardboard logo thing as an outline on pretty scrapbook paper. Cut out the outline and pop it into your tape dispenser. Now just put your tape back in its cute new holder.
    Pop your tape out of your tape dispenser. Then use the cardboard logo thing as an outline on pretty scrapbook paper. Cut out the outline and pop it into your tape dispenser. Now just put your tape back in its cute new holder.
  • Use simple wikipedia to get a summary of your topic! https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
    Use simple wikipedia to get a summary of your topic! https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
  • Here's a tutorial for how to sneak earbuds in class.
    Here's a tutorial for how to sneak earbuds in class.
  • For cheap magnets, cover magnetic business cards you don't need in cute duct tape. Then cut out your desired shape. I'd do a heart or an initial. You can also just leave it as a rectangle if you choose to.
    For cheap magnets, cover magnetic business cards you don't need in cute duct tape. Then cut out your desired shape. I'd do a heart or an initial. You can also just leave it as a rectangle if you choose to.
  • Wrapping a layer of washi tape at the end of a paperclip makes a pretty cute bookmark.
    Wrapping a layer of washi tape at the end of a paperclip makes a pretty cute bookmark.
  • So do these binderclips!
    So do these binderclips!
  • Create a nice study environment with everything you need (snacks, pencils, paper, flashcards, textbooks, etc). This way you won't have to get up to get anything. You know once you get up, you're not coming back for a while.
    Create a nice study environment with everything you need (snacks, pencils, paper, flashcards, textbooks, etc). This way you won't have to get up to get anything. You know once you get up, you're not coming back for a while.
  • Write in blue ink. Studies show that you remember blue better than black. Blue also produces a calming effect so incorporate blue into your life around finals.
    Write in blue ink. Studies show that you remember blue better than black. Blue also produces a calming effect so incorporate blue into your life around finals.
  • Eat oatmeal for breakfast. Balanced, slow-digesting diet provides a sustained flow of glucose to the brain. Or in simple terms, it's good for your brain!
    Eat oatmeal for breakfast. Balanced, slow-digesting diet provides a sustained flow of glucose to the brain. Or in simple terms, it's good for your brain!
  • Test yourself repeatedly. You'll remember more if you force yourself to retrieve information rather than just rereading textbooks.
    Test yourself repeatedly. You'll remember more if you force yourself to retrieve information rather than just rereading textbooks.
  • Review the hard stuff right before bed. It'll help retain the information into your head.
    Review the hard stuff right before bed. It'll help retain the information into your head.
  • Turn off your phone. It'll only distract you.
    Turn off your phone. It'll only distract you.
  • But if you find yourself getting distracted, just use a site blocking app or website, like selfcontrol.
    But if you find yourself getting distracted, just use a site blocking app or website, like selfcontrol.
  • Another good tip is to get someone's number from your class. If you ever miss the homework or forget a due date, you can just text them.
    Another good tip is to get someone's number from your class. If you ever miss the homework or forget a due date, you can just text them.
  • Listening to classical music can help you concentrate.
    Listening to classical music can help you concentrate.
  • Always get someone to proof read your essays. A different brain with have different notes.
    Always get someone to proof read your essays. A different brain with have different notes.
  • If you can't get anyone to proof read for you, copy and paste your essay into Google Translate so you can listen for grammatical errors.
    If you can't get anyone to proof read for you, copy and paste your essay into Google Translate so you can listen for grammatical errors.
  • There's an app call quizlet that you can use to make online flashcards. Its really useful to study on the go, like in a car ride or during lunch.
    There's an app call quizlet that you can use to make online flashcards. Its really useful to study on the go, like in a car ride or during lunch.
  • If you're one of those girls who gets embarrassed over period stuff, you can hide your tampons and pads in a pencil case for school. Now if anything falls out of your bag, no one will be suspicious.
    If you're one of those girls who gets embarrassed over period stuff, you can hide your tampons and pads in a pencil case for school. Now if anything falls out of your bag, no one will be suspicious.
  • Pre-planning your outfit the night before will save so much time in the morning.
    Pre-planning your outfit the night before will save so much time in the morning.
  • Putting your alarm across the room will help you get up in the morning by forcing you to get out of bed to turn it off. Just don't let yourself fall back into bed.
    Putting your alarm across the room will help you get up in the morning by forcing you to get out of bed to turn it off. Just don't let yourself fall back into bed.
  • Remember to take short breaks every 30 or so minutes to relax. Do yoga, go for a walk, or talk to a friend. Just take a 5 minute break to recover.
    Remember to take short breaks every 30 or so minutes to relax. Do yoga, go for a walk, or talk to a friend. Just take a 5 minute break to recover.
  • Remember, you'll be less stressed if you know you know the material, so make time to study!
    Remember, you'll be less stressed if you know you know the material, so make time to study!

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