Make everything as portable as possible. It may have been a while since your child had to share a bathroom and/or not had a bathroom attached to their bedroom. Here are some tips.
1. Have a basket for transporting all shower items from their room to the bathroom. The basket should have ventilation so it will dry out and not get moldy.
2. In some residence, the students need to supply toilet paper. Extra supplies can be stored under the bed. Send all shower essentials shampoo, conditioner, soap, shaving, etc in a convenient portable size.
3. Include over the door hooks that the student can use to hang their towel while showering so it is convenient and use in their room to hang the towel to dry.Make everything as portable as possible so it is quick to pick up and go and easy to put away. Click To Tweet
4. Send a bathrobe. They may not use one at home but might find it useful at residence. Pack one that they will wear not one that has been around for a long time.
5. Send 2 bath sheets and 2 or 3 hand towels and 2 washcloths. Don’t send red towels that will turn a load of laundry pink, if they wash their towels.
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