4 Backpack Buying Tips
2. Load heavier items at the bottomand closer to the center of the back. A full pack shouldn't weigh more than 10% to 20% of your child's body weight (on the lighter end if he/she is smallframed or overweight).
3. Use both shoulder straps and fasten the waist strapfor added support. Teach kids to lift their pack properly: Squat and use their legs to raise the load. Encourage them to use their locker instead of carrying books all day.
4. Be alert to your child's complaints of back, neck or shoulder pain, or tingling or numbness in the arms.
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