10 Back-to-School Gifts for Students

Creative Gifts to Tell Your Students, “Welcome Back!”

Show you students you’re just as excited as they are about starting a new school year by surprising them on the first day with a custom-made gift. Get clever, quirky and creative with these ideas to welcome your new students and start the year off right.

 A Sharp Start via Eighteen 25

YouresosharpEasily brighten your new students’ first day by packaging a couple of pencils with an encouraging printable to get off on the right foot.


On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! via Pinterest


Give your students a warm welcome with their own personalized bookmark to use this school year. This simple gesture can go a long way and allows your creativity to shine.


 Gone Fishing via Pinterest 


Make plays on words by using your students’ favorite snacks to officiate their new grade-level status. They’ll get excited about the new school year and have a delicious snack as well.


Take note via Thrify & Thriving 


Show your crafty skills by duplicating school supplies using some tasty treats that are too cute to eat. These candy pencils are quick and easy to make, plus, they’re sure to put a smile on your students’ faces.


 Pop of Oreo via Amanda’s Party To Go


Keep the doctor away and disguise Oreos by displaying them as apple pops the first day. Oreo pops make for a unique treat that will leave the mess to a minimum and the happiness to a record high.


 Stay Cool via Lessons With Laughter 


Prove you believe in your students from the start by supplying them with some cool shades for their shiny futures. These sunglasses will also make for a great keepsake your students can remember you by.


 Spell It Out via Adventures of a Student Teacher    


Go the extra mile to welcome the new school year by creating alliteration poems for your students by using their names and attaching it to something as simple as a pencil. Especially if you have a smaller class, this gift shows how much you care for your students and instantly puts a positive spin on their perspectives on the school year.


 Bubble of Joy via Pinterest


 You won’t burst any bubbles with these excited bottles of fun. Give your students a way of entertainment during their recess break and welcome them at the same time by giving them their own packaged bubbles with a welcome printable.


Know Your Place via Pinterest


 Assigned seating is a responsibility that comes with the teacher territory, so make it as exciting as possible for the students. Designing their own above-average nameplates with erasers is a good route to make them forget about seating charts.


 Get the Smarts via Pinterest 


Whether you’re welcoming a new class or wishing them good luck on their first test, Smarties make a great resource. With the assistance of a printable of encouragement, the presentation of this gift takes care of itself and raves greatly with students.

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