Cute Ideas for Survival Kits for Teachers

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Cute Ideas for Survival Kits for Teachers
Teachers can use survival kits to help with the stress that comes with their job. (Jupiterimages/BananaStock/Getty Images)

Teachers deal with many children at the same time and often use some support and encouragement. A survival kit not only provides them with a good laugh, it can provide them with some needed items to help with the children, or make it through a hectic day.

Candy Kit

Teachers are often giving out candy as rewards or if they need a quick sugary treat for themselves. Giving a kit of assorted candies can not only give them a sully of reward treats, it gives them something to enjoy when the days are long, tiring and children are rowdy. A basket of different candies is likely to appeal to any taste.

Bundle of Necessities

A bundle of necessities is something for a teacher's needs and those of her students. A teacher can always use handy items like adhesive bandages, Crayons and tissues for the children. For the teacher, add some blissful moment items like bath salts or an aroma therapy candle to promote relaxation. Also add a few heartwarming items to the kit, like a jewel or an eraser as a reminder that teachers are a jewel who educate the students and mistakes can be erased.

Guardian Angel Kit

Teachers act as a guardian, protector and guide to their students, sometimes even taking the role of a guardian angel. Reminding a teacher of the appreciation parents feel for their care, instruction and guidance of children is always a good idea. It also helps them cope when the children are unruly. Add some smile-face stickers, gold stars, glitter for sparkle, and maybe a button so the teacher can remind students when they should button their lips and listen.

Stress Kit

A stress survival kit a reminder to teachers that they need to relax and let go of the stress. Working with several children is a stressful profession, but teachers can use a stress survival kit to help let go of the stress. The kit might include pain killers for days when the stress leads to headaches, calming herbal teas like chamomile or green tea, soothing music CDs, or face masks to promote relaxation.

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