• How to use a Survival Kit:

    1. Gather the Items listed in the kit
    2. Print out a cute listing of the contents so that the recipient knows what each item is for.
    3. Place the items in a baggie
    4. Print out the topper, fold it over the top of the baggie containing the survival kit contents and staple it shut

     Please note that Most of the survival kits listed have free printable toppers available to print here.

  • College Freshman's Survival Kit


    College Freshman's Survival Kit


    Created By Jana & Pam of Funkits
    You will be entering a new time in your life – a new home away from the home
    that you have known for years…This is an exciting time in your life… you’ll be
    making new friends, facing new challenges, and making new discoveries about
    yourself and the world around you…Congratulations and Good Luck!

    Confetti- To celebrate your high school graduation, your acceptance into college and your 18th birthday

    Gift Card – So that you can treat yourself to something special

    Skittles – May your college experience be as “colorful as a rainbow”

    Good-n-plenty- May you have “good” times and “plenty” of success in college

    Candle – The “burning light” of the candle represents your constant hard work and dedication throughout college

    Sweet-n-sour candy – To appreciate the differences in your roommates and
    accept them for who they are

    Personal Message Center – So that you’ll always get your messages

    Stars - Never stop dreaming

    Eraser – Each day brings a new chance your way

    Door
    - So many “doors” of opportunities will be opening for you

    Starburst-
    For the extra “burst” of energy for late night studying

    Crayons- To “color” your days bright and sunny

    Smiley Face Sticker - To always remember to “smile”

    Hugs & Kisses – To always remember that you are loved

    Fun Dip – Always remember to “dip into some fun” while you’re away at college

    Extra gum
    – For the “extra” motivation to conquer your exams

    Balloons – To remind you not to “blow up” when things don’t go exactly as you planned

    Paper Clip - To help keep things together when they seem to be getting out of control

    Highlighter
    - To help you “zero in” on your talents and “highlight” your skills

    Payday – So there will always be money to go SHOPPING

    Smarties
    – Believe in yourself and your choices and
    enjoy your accomplishments

    Puzzle Piece
    – Because you are an important “piece” of your college community

    Wiggly Eyes – Don’t close your “eyes” to any opportunity, consider the possibilities

    Pad of Paper – To “write” down your thoughts

    Take 5 chocolate bar – Always remember to take at least “5” minutes” for yourself and relax

    Shower Tote - To stay organized

    Notecards – To keep in touch with family and friends

    Calculator - To sum it up, “Do the best you can, trust your own judgment and you’ll do just fine”


    Free Printable Topper



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