MAP: Get ready for fall in Spring and Klein with our back-to-school guide

Books



1. Copperfield’s Books


This independently owned store sells new and used books, including titles students from Spring and Klein ISDs must read for school assignments.


8220 Louetta Road, Ste. 106, Spring
832-761-5559
www.copperfieldsbooks.net


Clothing



2. Licorice & Lace


Located in Vintage Park, this store sells boys clothes from infants to size four and girls clothes from infants to size six.


138 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. K, Houston
832-559-7948
www.licoriceandlace.net



3. Once Upon a Child


Located in the Willowbrook area, this store buys and sells used children’s clothing, from infant to youth sizes. It also sells used shoes, toys and other equipment.


6927 FM 1960 W., Ste. G, Houston
281-444-2445
www.onceuponachildwillowbrook.com


Driving



4. Safeway Driving


This Texas-based driving education service has two locations in the Spring and Klein area.


16422 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring
20811 Ella Blvd., Spring
844-374-8372
www.safewaydriving.com


Music



5. H&H Music


This music store sells used and new musical instruments, including those used in school bands. It also rents and repairs instruments and sells instrument accessories and cleaning supplies.


713 FM 1960 W., Houston
281-580-8000
www.hhmusic.com



6. The Music Rack


Private lessons, print music books and sheet music are available at this store.


17394 Kuykendahl Road, Spring
281-353-8727
www.musicrack.com


Sports



7. Absolute All Sports


This store specializes in screen printing and embroidery on sports apparel and other textiles.


18741 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring
281-655-7300
www.asc-ast.com



8. Soccer 4 All


This sporting goods store specializes in soccer supplies, including apparel, cleats, gear and accessories.


6700 Louetta Road, Spring
281-376-7890
www.soccer4all.com



9. Soccer Mecca


This soccer-focused sporting goods store offers customized uniforms for teams as well as cleats, soccer balls and jerseys from teams around the world.


15219 Stuebner Airline Road, Ste. 4, Houston
281-201-4116
www.soccermeccashop.com


Supplies



10. The Teacher Creature Store


Located in Old Town Spring, this store offers teaching supplies, tutoring and classroom pets such as turtles, fish, frogs and hermit crabs.


123 Main St., Ste. B, Spring
832-674-3284
www.theteachercreaturestore.com


Tutoring



11. Club Z In-Home Tutoring Services


This tutoring service provides private tutoring for students in prekindergarten through college.


6601 Cypresswood Drive, Ste. 120, Spring
281-655-4640
www.tutors.clubztutoring.com/spring



12. Eye Level Learning Center


This tutoring service provides self-directed learning programs in both math and English.


8220 Louetta Road, Spring
281-257-3438
www.eyelevelspring.com



13. Mathnasium


This math-concentrated learning center has three locations in the Spring and Klein area.


230 Cypresswood Drive, Spring
832-246-8856
www.mathnasium.com/cypresswood


5313 FM 1960, Houston
281-893-6284
www.mathnasium.com/championsforest


21181 Kuykendahl Road, Spring
832-698-4113
www.mathnasium.com/spring


This list is not comprehensive.



By Zac Ezzone
Zac Ezzone began his career as a journalist in northeast Ohio, where he freelanced for a statewide magazine and local newspaper. In April 2017, he moved from Ohio to Texas to join Community Impact Newspaper. He worked as a reporter for the Spring-Klein edition for more than a year before becoming the editor of the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition.


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