Back to School Teacher's Gift with Expo Markers

I would argue that one of the best part of going back to school is getting to open a new pack (or 5 packs, lol) of Expo Markers.  I am partnering with EXPO to showcase their NEW Dry Erase Markers with Ink Indicator. It’s clear ink barrel lets you know exactly how much ink is left!


It's always a thoughtful gesture to give your teaching team a small token of friendship/partnership/welcome/etc. on the first day of school.  Especially if you have a new teaching team member, the smallest note or gift can go along way to make that person feel welcome and included.

Grab these FREE flamingo gift tags in my TpT Store to pair with a fresh set of EXPO markers for your co-workers.  The tags have different phrases, so you can use them at the beginning or end of the year. ;)




You could always unwrap the marker set and just give each co-worker one or two markers! ;)  With six colors to choose from, you can make it personal by sending your or the recipient’s favorite color.


Be sure to grab a pack of EXPO Dry Erase Markers with Ink Indicator markers on your next Target run! ;).  You can also grab them on Amazon and other places that sell EXPO markers as well!  Please note that I am partnering with EXPO and am compensated for my work. I received product free of charge, but all thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.



2 comments

  1. Hi Michelle
    I think all teachers love setting up and unpacking new things. Haven't seen these markers in Australia yet but...I haven't looked yet either.
    All the best
    Julie :)
    Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

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  2. I guess that both kids and their teacher love the new supplies. Summer is the best time to explore the market and buy all the things needed online. I guess that soon we will see these markers in my hometown town as well. Some supplies for school are better be bought in the essay online store because this way is the easiest. As for the unpacking, I already see happy faces of my kids when they doodle with these markers, learning and having fun.

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