1. Buy tailor-made.
Pay attention to whether the size of the schoolbag is suitable for the height of the child. Consider the small schoolbag and choose the smallest schoolbag that can hold your child’s books and stationery. Generally speaking, the schoolbag should not be wider than the child’s body; when you carry it on your body, the bottom of the schoolbag should not be lower than the child’s waist 10 cm.
When carrying the schoolbag, the top of the schoolbag should not be higher than the child’s head, and the waist belt should be placed between 2-3 inches from the waist. The bottom of the schoolbag is as high as the lower back, and the schoolbag is located in the middle of the back instead of hanging on the bottom.
2. Pay attention to design.
Parents cannot ignore whether the internal design of the schoolbag is reasonable when buying schoolbags for their children. The internal space of the schoolbag is reasonably designed, and it can classify children’s books, stationery, and daily necessities, which can cultivate children’s storage and organization skills from an early age, and allow children to develop good habits.
3. The material should be light.
The material of children’s schoolbags should be light. This is a good explanation. Since students have to carry a large number of books and items back to school, in order to avoid the increase of the load on students, school bags should be made of light-weight materials as much as possible.
4. Shoulder straps should be wide and wide.
The shoulder straps of children’s schoolbags should be wide and wide. This is also easy to explain. We have all carried schoolbags. If the shoulder straps are very narrow, plus the weight of the schoolbag, it is easy to hurt the shoulders if they are carried on the body for a long time.
The shoulder straps should be wide to help reduce the pressure on the shoulders caused by the schoolbag, and to evenly distribute the weight of the schoolbag; and the padded shoulder straps can reduce the strain on the trapezius muscle caused by the schoolbag. If the shoulder straps Too young, the trapezius muscles will be more prone to fatigue.
5. A belt is available.
Children’s schoolbags should be equipped with a belt. The previous schoolbags rarely have a belt. Using a belt can make the schoolbag closer to the back and unload the weight of the schoolbag evenly on the waist bone and disc bones.