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    Teacher's Survival Kit, from Serenity Now blog

    What the Teacher Wants!: Back to School Survival Kit

    Teacher Survival Kit

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    Cute little gift: Camping Survival Kit

    Teacher survival kit... back to school idea. This would make a great gift for some of my first year teacher friends!

    Inexpensive Teacher Gift - bottle of water & a tea packet - for a "tea-riffic" teacher

    Back To School Survival Pack for First Grade

    Adorable Thank You Gift- make this cute Strawberry Shortcake Kit with printable!

    DIY Survival Gear is a blog about survival and being prepared. Anything can happen at any time and DIY survival gear focuses on surviving the wilderness. --

    Instead of the water bottles, coffee mugs, yada, yada, yada that we give New Team Members each week I think I totally need to put these together! new job survival kit

    Life is a Picnic - Marriage Survival Kit or bridal shower gift. So cute! I love it.

    Teacher Survival Kit (9 do's & don'ts of teacher gifts every parent should know....

    Cool idea for teacher appreciation week - teacher's surviver kit

    One Teacher's Take... is Another's Treasure!: Teacher Survival Kit & Giveaway!

    cute gift for a teacher

    First week of school teacher survival kit - great back to school teacher gift - with free printable

    Awesome gift for teachers or teammates on the 1st day of school!

    Teacher Survival I like this because it's actually things the teacher can use for themselves and not school supplies. Kits to give at the beginning of the year - Might be one of the best teacher gift ideas Ive seen yet

    Teacher Survival Kits I will be making this for the girls' teachers for them to take on the 1st day of school. Love this!

    Freshman College Survival Kit - I made this for my cousin who is graduating high school. Laundry basket with favorite snacks, instant ramen, school supplies, water balloons, silly string, ear plugs, lubricant (condoms were expensive). Bought everything from Big Lots and Dollar Tree to keep it inexpensive.