Student Welcome Gift {Back to School Free Printable}

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Welcome your students back to school with this adorable Student Welcome Gift. The free printable makes it super easy to put these little gifts together for all your students on the first day of school.

Student Welcome Gift {Back to School Free Printable}

It’s time for the kiddos to head back to school and as a teacher, it’s always fun to have a little Student Welcome Gift sitting on each desk on the first day of school.

M&M Student Welcome Gift Free Gift Tags

Want to welcome your students back with these fun gift tags?  They’re super easy to make and I know your students will love them.  All you have to do is purchase a bag of M&M fun size packs, print out the free printable tags, and tape them on to each individual bag.  That’s it!

A cute way to welcome your students!

Back to School Student Welcome Gift

What’s Included With This Back to School Printable

After sharing just the Welcome and Welcome Back gift tags, I’ve had a lot of teachers request specific tags for different grade levels and subjects so I’ve updated this post to include every grade level along with preschool and Pre-K. This free printable set includes the following tags:

  • Welcome
  • Welcome Back
  • Welcome to Preschool
  • Welcome to Pre-K
  • Welcome to Kindergarten
  • Welcome to 1st Grade – 12th Grade

I’ve made it so easy for you to download these fun gift tags. Just add your name and email in the form below and this freebie will be delivered right to your inbox. Then, open your email and save the PDF file to your computer. It’s that easy! Once the PDF is saved to your computer, just print and cut.

Tips for Printing Printables So They Always Look Fantastic!

After downloading and saving the free printable, it’s time to print our printable. Here are five tips you can use to help your printouts look their best.

Invest in a good printer – I have an Epson Expression Home XP-4100 Wireless Color Printer that I currently use to print my printables and I’m very happy with it.

Choose the right paper – The best way to print printables is on white cardstock. When I’ve tried to print on regular printer paper I found that the ink causes the paper to wrinkle a little especially if the printable requires a lot of ink. 

Use a paper trimmer – I recommend using a paper trimmer to cut out these cute little gift tags. It makes it so much easier to cut everything straight.

Use a professional printing service – I also recommend using a professional printing service to get the best quality. I go to Office Depot or Staples a lot to print my printables. I’ve also used Shutterfly and Walgreens to print large printables. Most printables use a lot of ink so it may even save you money to get them professionally printed.

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  1. I can’t wait to do this for my Preschool kids!!! Thank you for sharing!! Inspiring from Pinterest, will be following you from here on…

  2. I am filling out my email to get the M&M free back to school treat but I never get it in my inbox. Not sure what is going on? I have also checked my junk mail and its not there either.

  3. I have filled out my name and email multiple times and I have not received the label. I have checked spam mail as well, and nothing. Please help!!