What I Pack: Overnight Volleyball Tournament
How to Pack for an Overnight Middle School Trip (for Teenage Girls)
Make sure you've already got all your payments in.There's nothing worse than getting to the bus with your suitcase packed and finding out you can't go!
Get your facts straight.Know where you're going, how you're getting there, what you're doing there, where you're staying, how long you're staying there, and if there is any dress code. All of this is vital to packing. For example, you need to know if you're riding the bus or taking a plane (planes have strict rules about what you can bring). You need to know what the weather is like where you're going so you can pack the right clothes. These are just a few examples.
Decide which clothes to bring.Check what the weather is going to be like. Pack accordingly. If the weather calls for rain, bring a waterproof jacket or a poncho. Cold? Pack gloves, scarves, hats, and a warm winter jacket. Bring one extra outfit than needed. For example, if your trip lasts 3 days, pack 4 outfits. Fuzzy gloves
Bring a camera.A picture is worth a thousand words, right? Pictures can show where you went, what you saw and experienced, and later on you can look back and remember all the good times you had! But don't bring a really nice professional camera. You might lose it or it could get stolen, just like any other camera, but if you have a really expensive camera, you're out of a lot of money.
Bring your phone.You'll need a phone in case of emergency. You could get lost, especially if you're somewhere that you've never been before. Also, consider bringing an extra battery. You might get some free time during your trip, whip out your phone, and start playing Angry Birds. Then poof- no more battery life. What good is it now? If you have an extra battery, you can just swap the dead battery for the fully charged battery. If you don't have your own personal phone, ask your parents, another family member, or even a friend if they have an extra phone that they can lend you for a few days.
Bring extra spending money.This can be used for souvenirs, meals, or snacks. Not everything is covered in the original cost, so it's good to have some back-up money.
Pack a few days ahead.This way you're not up at 2 A.M., the morning of the trip, trying to cram a bunch of clothes in your bag.
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- If you have limited luggage space, try rolling the clothes up tightly, instead of folding them. This actually saves space.
- Follow the rules. Some may seem unimportant and unnecessary, but they could help you out in the long run.
- If you find out that you're rooming with someone that you don't like, ask your teacher if you can switch rooms.
- Be sure to pack period supplies and small things you may forget like chapstick.
- Be wary of thieves/pickpockets, especially if you're going to a big city. These people know that if you're touring the area, you're going to bring some cash with you. Tourists are their primary target. Keep your money in a safe place, such as your purse or keep it stashed away in your suitcase. You probably shouldn't tell any of your classmates where you hid your money, either. There may be a thief in your class!
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