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Krystal
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Pottery Barn backpack

What size pottery barn backpack for a first grader ?
Thanks

Posted 7/13/16 6:36 PM
 

SchizoBride09
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

I have the biggest for my 5 year old , a little big but I find it perfect

Posted 7/13/16 8:53 PM
 

TheDivaBrideandTeddyFrog
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Sabrina

Pottery Barn backpack

I bought the large-the store said the smalls are all returned

Posted 7/13/16 8:58 PM
 

Aries14
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Pottery Barn backpack

large

Posted 7/14/16 11:32 AM
 

M514
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Pottery Barn backpack

My DD is going into K and we got her the large.

Posted 7/14/16 1:09 PM
 

pnbplus1
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

My son used the Small in K and will use it again for 1st. His folder fit perfectly. They don't reallybring home books at this age. He'll get the bigger one for 2nd grade I think, more bc I know he'll want a new design.

Posted 7/21/16 8:57 PM
 

MerryChristmas
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

Posted by pnbplus1

My son used the Small in K and will use it again for 1st. His folder fit perfectly. They don't reallybring home books at this age. He'll get the bigger one for 2nd grade I think, more bc I know he'll want a new design.



When my DD was in 1st she brought home books almost every day. Big ones at that. I would have a backup larger bag ready.

Posted 7/27/16 9:13 AM
 

pnbplus1
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

Posted by MerryChristmas

Posted by pnbplus1

My son used the Small in K and will use it again for 1st. His folder fit perfectly. They don't reallybring home books at this age. He'll get the bigger one for 2nd grade I think, more bc I know he'll want a new design.



When my DD was in 1st she brought home books almost every day. Big ones at that. I would have a backup larger bag ready.



At our school 1st and 2nd graders don't really bring home books. They bring home 1 library book a week and their folders and composition notebook.

Posted 7/28/16 8:16 PM
 

Hofstra26
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

I had the small one for my DD through 2nd grade. I just upgraded her to the large for 3rd grade this year. I think the smaller one was perfect in 1st and 2nd. She only had to ever carry home a folder and library books.

Posted 8/1/16 7:57 AM
 

lorich
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

Definitely the larger one. DS had that in K & 1st. Using the same one in 2nd. Once you fit their lunch bag and snack bag in it...then add folders...it fills up. Can't imagine a small one for him.

Posted 8/2/16 10:43 AM
 

Lillykat
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

My kids had the large as the school requested that kids have a large backpack. It was fine and often with a sweater, lunch, snack, library books etc it was full. No way would a small bag have worked. At our school all the K and 1st graders have large bags.

Posted 8/2/16 2:47 PM
 

NextChapter
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Re: Pottery Barn backpack

Posted by pnbplus1

My son used the Small in K and will use it again for 1st. His folder fit perfectly. They don't reallybring home books at this age. He'll get the bigger one for 2nd grade I think, more bc I know he'll want a new design.



My son had the small in K and yes it held his folder... but just barely and he would fold and cram it in and destroy it. Plus, once his lunch box was in, it was filled. I got the large for 1st grade. I thought it was going to be too big but there were plenty of kids (some smaller than him) with the large last year and they seemed to do just fine.

Posted 8/2/16 3:10 PM
 
 

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