Back to School Teacher Card Making Party

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Last year before school started the kids and I decided to make Little Man’s first teacher a gift. This year Little Lady officially starts school we are making this a tradition for our Back to School to do!

We made cards this year for our teachers with an awesome little Back to School Teacher Card Making Party that was easy to put together!

Kid Foods

I went Back to School shopping at Walmart and it was nice to see lunch must haves including snacks in the end aisles easy to grab and put together for our party!

My affordable Kid Foods and Lunch/Party must haves from Walmart are:

-Mott’s Apple Juice
-Smucker’s Uncrustables PB & Grape Jelly
-Frito Lay 20-count Variety Chips
-Fruit Roll-ups
-Fresh Fruit- Apples
-Mini Nestle water bottles

Faux Chalkboard BTS Decor

The kids loved their faux chalkboard I used for decor. They helped me design it and it really cost under $5 to make.
You will need an Elmer’s Painters Paint Marker in white and an Elmer’s black board 30×20 both available at Walmart!

Have your kids help you design a cool faux chalkboard too!

Card Making Supplies

Back to school shopping aisles at Walmart make it even easier to gather supplies for card making! With affordable stickers, Elmer’s glue, scissors, Crayola colored pencils, Mr. Sketch Markers, Duck Tape Washi Tape and cardstock for our card making we were off to a great start!

The kids had lunch and then got creative with their card making. I loved this activity because it really got them excited about school and meeting their new teacher.

Our cards came out pretty cool! The kids enjoyed our Back to School party. I know this is something they will look forward to before school starts!

Are your kids ready for the school year? 
What kind of Back to School Party would you have with your kids?

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