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Year after year, I struggle with finding the perfect gifts for Bunbun’s teachers. Everyone always seems to give the same gifts time and time again and I try my best to be unique and give gifts they have not have received in the past.
This year, I decided to create a fun (but easy) teacher emergency kit, which I am excited to share with you today. It’s an excellent gift for your child’s teacher; whether it be for teacher appreciation week, a birthday or just because. It’s also great for the older kids that may have a locker at school.
I had an idea of what I wanted to include in my kit, so I went to Walgreens to pick up a few items. While on the gum and candy aisle, the new Extra® 35-stick packs caught my eye. They come in two different flavors; Spearmint and Polar Ice®. Both in a small plastic, yet durable type case which is convenient and can totally be recycled and re-purposed once the pack is gone.
I knew I was going to include gum in my kit and since these come with more gum than the standard packs, it was a no-brainier. I grabbed two so I could “Give Extra, Get Extra.” One for the kit and one for me, of course!
Here’s what I included in my kit:
- Extra® 35-stick pack
- On-the-go stain remover wipes
- Stain remover pen
- Disinfectant spray
- Protein Bar
- Hand Sanitizer
- Hair Spray
- Wrinkle release spray
- Pain Reliever
- Nail File
- Lip Balm
- Hair Ties
- Gift Card
Once I had everything I wanted to include inside the box, I created these teacher emergency kit labels, cut them out and attached them to card stock with my glue stick.
Each printable is 8.5″x11″
Note: Printables/Images are for personal use only. Not for resale.
I then used some adhesive to adhere the label to the plastic so it wouldn’t fall off. With that personal touch, I gifted it to one of Bunbun’s teachers.
Show your child’s teacher that you care with a teacher emergency kit!
What will you include in your teacher emergency kit?