Loads of you are already back at school, but these kids in flood-hit Pakistan can't go back yet. Their school was badly damaged by floods and could stay shut for two more weeks.
"Everything in my school - the furniture, stationery and records - was washed away in the floods," said 10-year-old Anis, seen here with his dad.
Being homeless and hungry hasn't stopped these kids at a relief camp from playing and having fun.
While these kids enjoy a splash in the muddy water that has taken over the area they live in.
One way to pass the time is to play a game of adda kadda - a Pakistani version of noughts and crosses. Look at that concentration!
This boy's blowing bubbles at a relief shelter in the area of Nowshera. He said: "School is closed; nothing to do in the camps, so I find it fun."
Nazia and Uzma said: "We are happy we can play around the camp, but we are not happy about heat and flies."
Despite everything that's happened, Gulzar, 10, hasn't given up on his dreams. He said: "When school reopens, I will continue working to become a doctor."