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It feels like summer just begun, but we’ve already received our back to school supply list. My son will be going into Kindergarten next year at a totally new school, which means new friends and teachers. I know he’ll do great, but I’m already an anxious mess and school hasn’t even started yet. We usually do a little back to school gift of some sort for Logan’s teachers, and we wanted to carry on that tradition here. I decided to turn a jar into a teacher survival kit and fill it with all the essential items that a teacher may need during the school year. We just need to add coffee shop gift cards to our jars and they’ll be complete!
Step 1: Print out the Teacher Survival Kit printable tags on card stock paper. Cut out the tags.
Step 2: Head to Walgreens to purchase Extra® Gum Spearmint, Extra® Gum Polar Ice® and other teacher essentials (pocket tissue, band-aids, stain wipes, paper clips, lip balm, sticky notes, hand lotions, etc.). I love the new Extra® 35-stick pack (you can find it in the checkout line or candy aisle at Walgreens)! Not only is the package extra durable and recyclable, you get more gum! You could keep a few pieces in your desk and keep the rest of the pack in your purse.
Step 3: Place all of the teacher essentials in the jar and close the lid.
Step 4: Punch a hole at the top of the tag and string a piece of jute in the hole.
Step 5: Tie the tag to the jar using the piece of jute.
Step 6: Give to your child’s teacher to help prepare them for the new school year!
Visit GiveExtraGetExtra.com to continue to celebrate life’s little moments.
What would you put in your teacher survival kit?
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