The best Amazon back-to-school deals of 2020

Top deals on essential Amazon back-to-school buys, no matter what school looks like this year

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Whether your kids will be distance-learning, in school full time, homeschooling, or some combination of all three, one thing's for sure: You've probably got a big list of back-to-school gear you need to hunt down before September,

Because the school year promises to be complicated enough, we've rounded up the best Amazon back-to-school buys to help you keep it simple. From the best-value laptops for Zoom classes, to standard must-haves like art supplies and lunch boxes, we're keeping an eye on all the top deals on Amazon that you can have shipped to your home. 

The best Amazon back-to-school supplies

Crayons, check. Pencils, check. Glue sticks, check. Here are the best BTS supplies you can Prime. 

The best Amazon back-to-school safety gear

One thing parents everywhere have added to their back-to-school shopping lists? Safety gear. Masks, hand sanitizer, and wipes will help keep kids germ and virus free. 

The best Amazon laptops for students

A good laptop might be the most important back-to-school buy of 2020. The ones we've chosen below all have built-in cameras and speakers to make Google hangouts a cinch. 

The best Amazon backpack and lunchbox deals

These picks are easy-to-clean (or in some cases, disposable), durable, and stylish enough to be student-approved. 

The best Amazon kids fashion deals

What's back-to-school without a little back-to-school style? A first day of school outfit will help your child feel confident stepping into an unknown year. Here are a few Amazon kids fashion staples that'll suit kindergarteners, teens, and everyone in between. 

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Kaitlin Madden
Kaitlin Madden

Kaitlin Madden Armon is a writer and editor covering all things home. In addition to Real Homes, she's written for Architectural Digest, Martha Stewart Living, Refinery29, Modern Luxury Interiors, Wayfair, The Design Network, and lots more. She graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in journalism and currently lives in Connecticut with her husband, two sons, and black lab.