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Ho-Ho-Holiday Gifts for Your Students {2014 Link-Up}

Welcome back to another year of Ho-Ho-Holiday Gifts for Your Students Linky Party! If you haven't had the chance, be sure to check out last year's linky HERE for 25 wonderful and easy gifts to make your students this holiday season. We'll be adding to that list this year to keep the great ideas flowing!! As teachers, our time is short and our budget is small, so sharing what we've made for our class is a great way to get creative and save some cash and stress in the process! All you'll need to do is grab the image at the bottom of this post (or the one above) to add to your post of the gift(s) you've made for your class. It doesn't have to be a new post or even a super-complex idea, we're just making the search for ideas get a lot easier! Once you've added the image to your post, come back here to link up (being sure to choose your gift as the image on the linky), then share the word about this linky to all of your teacher friends! It's lots of fun and a great way to kick off the month of December. Not sure if you have the time to get this together before the holidays? No worries! This linky ends in January, so you have lots of time. And now, to share my gift to my kiddos: Rudolph Lollipops! I saw this on Pinterest, but couldn't find the original source for a while. I'm happy to say I finally tracked it down and it belongs to Erin at Once Upon a Donkey. She actually has three different characters (Elf, Reindeer, and Santa), so be sure to head over to read all about them HERE. For this project you will need: Brown construction paper or cardstock. I used cardstock since I find it cuts cleaner on my Silhouette Cameo. Cherry Tootsie Roll Pops, or a variety of flavors. I had tons left over from Halloween for this project, so I got lucky and used all red. Glue gun Sharpie Because time is short, I decided to use my Cameo to cut out the reindeer heads. I also only did one side and hot glued it to the red lollipops (for the Studio file, click HERE). I glued the tag that says, "Your teacher 'nose' you are an awesome student! Happy Holidays!" to the bottom of the stick as well. You can pick up that freebie HERE. I used a black Sharpie for the eyes and mouth and it went pretty quickly once I had the routine in place. I am so excited to have these waiting for the kids when they come in the day before Winter Break starts! I am a stickler about healthy food in the classroom, so I am sure this will be a welcome surprise :) Now, it's your turn to link up! An InLinkz Link-up Image fonts from KG Fonts, images from JC Sweetpea

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DIY Holiday Student Gifts

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Christmas Gifts for Students from Teacher

Christmas Gifts For Students that are affordable and will ship right to your door is not too much to ask!

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Christmas Student Gift Ideas

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The Best Gift from Teacher to Preschoolers: Christmas Play Dough Mats (free printable)

These mini Christmas play dough mats will make a great little Christmas gift from teacher to kids, sweet party favors, or just a fun activity to occupy kids during a Christmas or holiday gathering. If you are looking for a sweet little Christmas gift for the kids in your life, I have a great idea

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Back to School Gifts for Students

If you're welcoming new kids to class this year - then check out these Back to School Gifts for Students.

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15 Inexpensive Gifts for Students

Need inexpensive gifts for students? Look no further. We've got 15 cool little treats that students will love and that won't break the bank! Even better? Go in on some of these with other teachers to

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Christmas Student Gift Ideas & Gift Tags - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

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A Parent Holiday Gift That's As Easy as 1, 2, 3!

The winter holiday season is one of my favorites, but it always sneaks up on us SO FAST. A lot of important things often slip to the bottom of my teacher priority list as we are quickly overcome with all of those “extras”–holiday sing-alongs, pajama days, you name it! One…

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Christmas Student Gift Idea - Male Kindergarten Teacher

Learn365 has a number of Christmas-themed products that are perfect for student gifts, events, and/or occasions. As you’re shopping the Christmas sales for gifts for your students for next year, be sure to check out the wide range of products that Learn365 has to offer. I am excited to share with you one of the gifts I made for my students this year. Let’s grab our supplies and start planning! What You’ll Need: DIY Wood Nutcracker Christmas Ornament Acrylic Paint Strip Classpacks Watercolor Paint Brushes Christmas Baker’s Twine Free Printable “Students like you paint bright futures” Tag This post may contain affiliate links for your shopping convenience. Any purchases made through one of our links earns us a small commission, which helps to support the blog so we can continue sharing content like this with you. All views and opinions expressed are purely our own. Student Gift Ideas: Painting Bright Futures Idea While I was browsing Oriental Trading and Learn365 for Christmas gift ideas for my students, I came across these acrylic paint strip classpacks. Right away I had the idea of gifting my students with a DIY wood ornament, a paintbrush, and a fun tag. Print out the FREE, […]

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