12 Fabulous Back to School Designs :: Free Printables

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I am so excited to finally share this Back to School teacher gift idea that we did for our teachers this year! It’s SO simple to do and your teachers will love it! At the meet the teacher night , we brought Tommy & Kate’s teachers a wrapped up colorful box of Sharpies that I picked up at Sam’s for $12. (who wouldn’t love a fresh box of 24 colors of sharpies?!) We printed these cute printable “Have a Bright School Year” tags that I designed and the kids and I colored them in with highlighters! You could really attach this tag to any set of highlighters, markers or “bright” gift for the teacher! teacher printable-3730

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Click here to download the free printable “bright” tags!

Looking for more Back to School printables? Be sure to check out all of these amazing free printables designed by my creative blogging friends!

back to school ideas
1. The Dating Divas: A Back To School themed dinner for setting goals!
2. Somewhat Simple: Fun Back To School Tic Tac Labels!
3. Whipperberry: A great gift for your teacher to start the year off right!
4. Crafting Chicks: Teacher Emergency Kit to wish them a great year!
5. Tatertots & Jello: Instagram-ready “hashtag” first day of school photo props.
6. L’il Luna: An adorable Back to School Teacher Gift!
7. My Sister’s Suitcase: Printable Keepsake to record first and last days of school memories!
8. I Heart Nap Time: A small gift for the first day of school!
9. The 36th Avenue: A weekly chart to help keep your kids on track.
10. Paging Supermom: Free Printable Lunchbox Jokes to brighten your kiddo’s school day!
11. The TomKat Studio: A “Bright” Printable Gift Tag for Teachers!
12. The Idea Room: DIY Back-to-School Homework “To-Do” Notepad!

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Comments

  1. 15

    Judith I says

    I love this idea and am going to use it, but for the kids in my older son’s class. Maybe one high-ligher each.

  2. 17

    Cindy says

    Thank you Kim!! You make my life so much easier with all of your free printables. Makes back to school and teacher appreciation week much simpler now.

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    Crystal A says

    Is it possible to just get the download without having to sign up for any accounts or download any programs? I would love to use this for my kids this year but I’m not going to sign up for some “scribd” account or download some file viewing program to my computer just to have it. Can you make just a simple link for people who are not into adding things to their computer or just need a simple click here and it opens it up?

    Thanks

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      says

      Hi Crystal! Unfortunately, the only way to download all of my free printables are through Scribd. It is a free service that allows me to upload them and is free for you to sign up using an email address or social media account. It also allows me to track what is downloaded and how often so I can see which designs my readers like the most which helps me determine what to design next! Thanks!

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