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Ahhh back to school. School clothes, supplies, backpacks, lunchboxes, and haircuts. There’s something that I find so exciting about back to school. It’s not just the fact that she’s going to be in school all day and I have freedom. I mean, she’s nine and pretty independent already. I will sincerely miss her when she goes back to school! But I get excited because it’s a new beginning. A fresh start, where everything is new and fun. A whole new year full of memories, lessons, and learning. I also really enjoy shopping. Did I mention that already? What I love more than shopping is giving. I love gifting presents, no matter how small or big. I find joy in showing others how much I appreciate them not only with words or actions, but by little reminders. I put together some easy, inexpensive, yet thoughtful gift ideas for teachers. I have also included a free printable at the bottom of this post. Just for the record I didn’t come up with any of these ideas. They’re all pretty cheesy and generic and I love them, so that’s why I’m sharing them.
Don’t forget to get your free printables at the end of this post!
I purchased this hand sanitizer off of Grove Collaborative. It’s where I get all my ‘green and clean’ cleaning products. You can click here to get your free offer. New customers will receive Mrs Meyers hand soap, lotion, dish soap, free shipping + VIP Trial and a cleaning caddy. Existing customers will receive walnut scrubber sponges.
I simply tied a ribbon around the hand sanitizer, punched a hole in the print, and wrapped it around the hand sanitizer.
I told you these DIY were easy and inexpensive!
I did the same thing for these highlighters, just using a different print.
All you will need is some chapstick and this free print. Use some mounting tape to adhere the chapstick onto the cardstock and you’re done!Print the free printable off onto sticker paper ,cut it out and simply attach it to the top lid of the wipes container. You could also print it off on regular printer paper and attach it using some mounting tape. You can tie some ribbon around it if you’d like to make it look a little more fancy.
Most of these products are also available at Dollar Tree, so if you’re on a really tight budget, this DIY would be perfect!
You can download your free printables here. Right click to save the image as a download and print it off.
So now I’m curious! Do you usually give gifts to your teachers? What things do you like to give to them?