If you’re sending your kid off to camp, they’ll probably get a packing list from the camp itself, so use that as your guide. If you’re packing for vacation, you’ll have to make a list for yourself. Either way, write the list out on a Post-it® Super Sticky List Note and put in on the inside of the suitcase lid (or on the wall or table next to where the packing’s being done). If your child is old enough, he or she can do the rest, but, if not, you might need to lend a hand.
Gather all the things on the list and lay them out on the bed, the (clean) floor, or a table, leaving enough space between each item so you can see that everything’s in order. Check every item against the list to make sure you’re not missing anything.
If you’re sending your precious offspring to camp, their stuff is going to need labels. Post-it® Full Adhesive Roll makes a great temporary labeling solution for the things you don’t want to write on in permanent marker. (Don’t try to use it for underwear, though – that’s not going to work out.)
Just put it all in the designated luggage as neatly as possible. If not everything fits, you’ve got two choices: more luggage or less stuff. If necessary, be prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice – stuffed animals.
Once you’re finished, and assuming the suitcases successfully remain closed, congratulate yourself on a job well done and enjoy your upcoming leisure time.