11 Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

When the standard Hallmark greetings aren’t cutting it, these honest holiday cards for teachers are perfect for your coworkers and teacher BFFs.

Honest Holiday Cards

If you’ve found yourself wandering the aisles of Target wondering where all the REAL cards are, these honest holiday cards are for you.

1. Silent Night

Silent night - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

Just kidding. LOL for days.

2. Take a Look at the Five and Ten

A Lot Like Christmas

It is glistening once again. And my students are acting like sugar-crazed maniacs.

3. Peace on Earth

Peace on Earth - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

But more specifically in my classroom during indoor recess.

4. May Your Days Be Merry and Bright

May Your Days Be Merry and Bright - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

And may your students be drinking kale smoothies, starting on December 26.

5. May Your 2020 Sparkle

And may you never forget that glitter is forever.

6. Good Tidings for Christmas

Good Tidings We Bring - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

That’s all you asked Santa for anyway, isn’t it?

7. Season’s Greetings

Season's Greetings - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

And a happy respite from saying “One, two, three, eyes on me.”

8. Joy to the World

Joy to the World - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

Winter break has come.

9. Deck the Halls

Deck the Halls - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

Seriously, you do it. Because I will not be decorating halls, bulletin boards, or anything else for two weeks.

10. Fa La La La La

Fa La La La La La - Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers

‘Tis the season for comfy pants.

11. Happy New Year

Pop the champagne. You deserve it!

What would your honest holiday cards say? Come and share in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook.

P.S. Looking for a holiday gift that keeps it honest? Check out our free Teacher Life card game. It’s like Cards Against Humanity for teachers!

Posted by Hannah Hudson

Hannah Hudson is the editorial director of WeAreTeachers. You can follow her on Twitter at @hannahthudson or on Facebook here. Email her at hannah@weareteachers.com.

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