Do you need a gift for a teammate, student teacher, or other educator this holiday season? Maybe you’re just looking for some fun items to add to your own collection of teaching supplies. Personalized items are a great way to add a unique flair to any classroom. Here are some adorable and useful personalized teacher supplies from Etsy.
Must-Have Personalized Teacher Supplies
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#1 – Library Stamp
I wish I would have had a personalized library stamp my first year teaching. I had a stamp that said, “This book belongs to __________,” but that meant hours of stamping and writing my name in hundreds of books in my classroom library.
This adorable library stamp from Glitter Puff makes labeling books a piece of cake. You can even choose your ink color and saying. Just stamp and move on to the next book. Your students will know which books belong to you for years to come.
#2 – Personalized Teacher Notes
I can’t tell you how many cards I go through in a school year. Writing thank you notes for classroom supplies, parent helpers, and holiday gifts uses a lot of thank you cards. I’m always looking for cute new ones.
These personalized teacher notes from Lemon Grace are adorable! Your students and their parents will love receiving them. You can choose your envelope color and personalize them with your name.
#3 – Teacher Clipboard
A few years ago for Christmas, my teammate bought me a personalized clipboard. I use it every single day! It holds my checklists that I use to mark the students who turned in their homework and classwork.
This personalized clipboard from Creations with Nicole would make a great gift. You can choose the color for the teacher’s name.
#4 – Sign and Return Stamp
Do you have your students’ parents sign their tests? If you do, this stamp from The One Rubber Stamps is perfect for you! You can get it as a rubber stamp or a self-inking stamp. The design is adorable, and you can customize the font.
#5 – Classroom Rules Poster
This Classroom Rules Poster from Glory Designs would look great in any classroom. It’s a printable, so just print it and frame it as a gift. The postitive message will encourage students to try their best and treat each other with kindness.
#6 – Teacher Tote Bag
A personalized bag is the perfect way to carry your papers between your classroom and home. I love this teacher tote bag from Zoey’s Attic. You can choose the type of bag and personalize everything on it. This would make a wonderful gift!
#7 – Name Labels
At the end of the school year, I have to label all of the furniture in my classroom. That’s the only way to guarantee I get everything back after the cleaning crew moves all my stuff to the hallway. These labels from Peggy and Co make labeling everything so easy!
You can customize the pictures on the labels and choose how many you want to receive. You could even use these on the books in your classroom library, too!
#8 – Reward Stickers
I have yet to meet a student who doesn’t love receiving stickers. These personalized reward stickers from Ey Up Design are amazing! Your students will be so excited to receive these special stickers from you! You can choose the color, saying, and picture on them.
#9 – Pencil Holder
Do your students constantly lose their pencils? This personalized pencil holder from Mooville Handcrafted provides 32 pencil holes. Have your students put their pencils in their assigned spots at the end of the day, and solve the problem of missing pencils.
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