My mom has been a teacher my whole life, so I have seen my fair share of innovative gifts and “duds” if you will. I always try to keep her experiences in mind when trying to come up with gifts for my son’s teachers. This year I wanted to forgo the standard back to school presents and give something really useful.
I’m thrilled to share this Teacher Survival Kit with you guys … and give you the chance to win the gorgeous bag in these photos!
You are brilliant! As a teacher I always need certain things (like most of the things you’ve added to your cute little bag). I’ve told my husband that I have to stock up on clean eating snacks, drinks and other things. Thanks for some great ideas
I’m so glad you find it accurate!!! :-)
Maureen Tenney says
I love the bring a bottle thermal in sunny stripe and the zip top organizing utility tote in swiss dots!
Under the New Arrivals sections, I really like the Cinch Top Bin. I can think of *so* many different uses for it :)
I love the Retro Metro Foldover tote in Navy Wave. What a cool give away!
I like the Essential Storage Tote!
Not sure which First Grade Hinkle Creek Teacher we will get, but I’m sure they would love this Back to School Gift!
Michele Fore says
I love that bottle! Where did you find it?
Isn’t it so cute?! I found it at Meijer
You are right on with the teacher gift ideas. I love the organizing tote; your son’s teacher will find many uses for it. What a thoughtful gesture!
My favorite, by the way, is the Zip Top Organizing Tote. I love having zipped totes because I tend to spill my bags or spill something into them ;)
Shannon F says
I’ve always been a fan of the Weekender but I really love the Large Utility Tote (U R U) too! This teacher survival kit is a GENIUS idea. Thanks for the chance!
What a sweet and thoughtful gift! I’m sure your child’s teacher will LOVE it. As a high school teacher, I’ve never ever received anything like this (not even any gifts at the end of the school year last year), so school supplies are always on my Christmas list when my family inquires (tissues, mechanical pencils and post-it notes were my favorite gifts last year). :)