They’re functional and they’re easy and fun to use. These school supply picks are simply better.
These thin and sleek Japanese notebooks are really easy to use and they’re the perfect size pages. Unlike with a spiral notebook, the pages never rip out. The notebooks are also very thin so you can easily fit them in your backpack (6 notebooks have the same thickness as 2 spirals!). With 60 pages, each notebook still contains enough pages for each subject.
This is a graph paper notebook that’s just as sleek as the original Kokuyo notebook.
This is the classic notebook, which many prefer because they lie flat.
These are bound similar to a Kokuyo so the pages don’t tear. They’re available in more neutral colors that some may prefer.
Compared to 0.5 mm lead pencils, these 0.7 mm lead pencils break less often while writing and have a steady grip.
If you prefer thinner letters when writing, these 0.5 lead pencils are the popular choice.
This is the classic pen that is the best and easiest to use. And there’s enough in the box to last the whole year!
These foam erasers are the easiest to use.
These erasers by Pentel also work great
Or, go with the classic…
This white out tape is great because you don’t need to wait for it to dry. It’s easy to use and really functional.
These come in the prettiest colors, and they have two tips for thin and thick highlighting. They won’t bleeding through pages.
These come in fun pastel colors and they’re also fun to use.
These are great! They have a window so you can see exactly what you’re highlighting, and it’s actually really helpful.
Though these are pricey, they are the strongest looseleafs that will stay strong throughout the year.
Storage Looseleafs (not for everyday use):
I bought these looseleafs to store my important papers after each term. I have 4, one for each year of high school, so that my papers are neat and organized for my younger sisters.
They might not be “cool,” but these plastic dividers simply work the best. The pocket comes in very handy for storing test paper.
Loose Leaf Paper:
These have lots of holes so they’ll fit any type of looseleaf.
These are similar to the Kokuyo, but the lines are plain and not dotted.
This is classic looseleaf paper, but with enhanced reinforced holes so they never rip. This is our favorite paper.
This is great for home use to punch and store those thick booklets.
Everyone needs ‘em
Great for list-making!
Loose Leaf Pockets:
These are perfect for those extra papers that you have nowhere else to store! They fit in your looseleaf for easy access.
These are another great option for loose leaf storage.
These come in pretty colors and they’re very well priced.
This clear case is on trend.