Real Heroes Teach! Download this free printable and put together a fun teacher survival gift box. This teacher gift is perfect for back-to-school and Teacher Appreciation Week.
The kids are all back in school and it’s time to thank all the wonderful teachers for all their hard work. I shared a similar gift box with a chalkboard printable and few years ago and I wanted to update the post with a newer printable. I’ve received a lot of requests for a version that doesn’t require so much ink so I’m sharing this colorful and cheerful Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes, They Teach printable. After all – we all know that teachers are heroes!
Real Heroes Teach – Teacher Survival Kit
All teachers need a survival kit full of important things they need throughout the year. And. I love how easy this gift is to put together. Just fill a pencil box full of teacher essentials. Here is a list of items to include in a Teacher’s Survival Kit:
- Lip Balm
- Hand Sanitizer
- Hand Lotion
- Post-it Notes
Real Heroes Teach Free Printable
This fun printable can be used as a gift tag or made into a magnet for your teacher’s classroom. It can also be added to a frame so your teacher can place it on their desk.
Personalized Teacher Printable
Personalize this free printable with Picmonkey to use their curved text feature or write in the teacher’s name with a sharpie. I’ve also updated the chalkboard printable that you can download with the colorful printable and can be personalized with a chalk pen.
Erin @ Making Memories says
This is wonderful! Thank you so much for the printable!
What a great idea for a teacher’s gift! It is so sweet!
Kristen Duke says
Thank you for sharing! This is such a great idea for a teacher’s gift!
Nice! Teachers deserve fun gifts like this!
Karen Jacob says
Thanks so much for the printable! I just grabbed it for the front of a folder that will collect all of the 3rd grade students’ pieces of art for teacher appreciation week. They’re all drawing themselves with the teacher, and my son is making the cover with this image and her in a superhero cape with a student. I hadn’t seen your blog before, but will definitely be coming back now. You’ve got so many great ideas!