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Buy The Best Rubber Teachers Stamps Online

Updated on July 19, 2009

Teachers use rubber stamps as a way of giving feedback on work which they have marked.  Some say words, such as well done, whereas others have images or pictures.  It is likely there will be a rubber teachers stamp for virtually any marking purpose online, and for a variety of ages.  Some of the most popular rubber teacher stamps which can be found on the internet are outlined here, along with a handy link to external pages where the product can be purchased.  


TEACHER STAMPS are one of the most popular set of rubber stamps for teachers available on the internet.  The stamps are contained within a convenient storage box which is an added bonus, especially as there are 30 rubber teachers stamps contained within this one set.  The set includes a large variety of stamps.  Some are positive such as 'Great Work' and 'Well Done'.  Others however give further instruction to the student with words such as 'Needs Improvement'.  An ink pad needs to be used in conjunction with this particular set of rubber teachers stamps.  


The self-inking teacher stamps set comes with 8 stamps, in a useful storage container.  There are a number of messages which are included which give various compliments to the student, as well as stamps designed to encourage the student further.

Educational Insights EZ Stampers Self-Inking Teacher Stamp Set

This item, as shown on the right, is another very popular self-inking rubber teachers stamps set.  The set comes with a selection of 12 stamps, however, unlike the other sets does not come in/with a storage box and so the teacher will need to find somewhere to store these stamps.  The set comes with a variety of stamps which all have different messages from messages for parents to read through to positive feedback for the student.  At the time of writing all of this item's reviews on Amazon gave 5 stars.

Educational Insights Super 6 Stamp Stations

Another form of self-inking rubber teachers stamps are these super 6 stamp stations.  These are very clever systems in which there are 6 stamps all contained within one system.  Each system has six different stamps all with one theme.  Within the system a particular stamp can be selected.  There are a number of stamps available.  Shown here is one which is designed to reward good writing, and a second which is designed to give messages of encouragement.  Each rubber stamp has a simple written message, along with some sort of graphical design such as a cartoon.

Individual self inking rubber teachers stamps

If you do not wish to purchase a complete set of stamps, due to price or only wishing to have one specific stamp it is possible to purchase individual stamps.  The ones shown on the right are all self inking rubber teachers stamps which are all on sale on the website for $1, which is a very good price.

The first two which are shown have the message 'Well Done' along with a picture.  The first of these has 'Well Done' in the middle of a cloud and the second has the word 'Well Done' being said by a cartoon student worm.

The third and fourth stamps which are shown here both say 'Top Effort'.  The first of these has the word surrounded by stars, and the second one has these words accompanied by a cartoon of a pencil or pen.

The final two rubber self-inking teachers stamps shown here in this $1 section both have the words 'Keep Trying'.  The first of these is in green and the words 'Keep Trying' also have a cartoon of a worm reading a book - a bookworm.  The second has the words 'Keep Trying' along with a picture of a young child reading a book.

All of these stamps get good reviews form people who have used them, and obviously they are all only $1 which is an extremely low price.  

Ink pads for teachers stamps

Some of the rubber teachers stamps which have already been mentioned are self-inking.  However, others are not and so there is the need to buy a separate ink pad.  Ink pads for rubber teachers stamps are the same as those used for any other rubber stamps.  To the right are two different sort of ink pads for rubber stamps.  The first is larger, and just the one colour - black.  The second ink pad has six different colours which can add for a bit of variety and some teachers may in fact choose the colour which is the favourite of their student.


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    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from Bristol

      Donna it is good to have some feedback on these rubber teachers stamps - I think some will appreciate it!

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      9 years ago

      I use the self-inking teacher stamp (Set 1) in my 6th grade classroom for HW completion. These students love them and look forward to seeing which stamp they will get. Stamps are fun and sometimes such small things can be very motivating.

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      I'm glad you like the hub Ms Chievous! Hope it has inspired you even more to use rubber teachers stamps!

    • Ms Chievous profile image


      10 years ago from Wv

      neat hub! I have an opportunity this year to do volunteer work with four year olds.. we will definitely be stamping!!

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      Thanks for taking the time to comment Dame Scribe! I am sure you aren't that old - but it explains why you are called Dame!

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      Dame Scribe 

      10 years ago from Canada

      I think all professions involved with children should use stamps, :) I loved them as a kid, once upon a time back in 1682, lol

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      Thanks for taking the time to comment Laura! I am happy that you found it useful!

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      Laura Berwick 

      10 years ago from Seoul, Korea

      I love rubber stamps, and a teacher myself, the children I teach seem to have an endless facinations with them. Great hub. Thank you.

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      Thanks for taking the time to comment 2patricies and BrianS. I agree they are very easy to use and useful and can make many different jobs a lot easier!

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      Brian Stephens 

      10 years ago from Castelnaudary, France

      We used to use this method for stamping engineering drawings. You could stamp them as provisional or some other state, for review only anything that showed they were not fully released. Always looked a bit better than scribbling on them.

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      10 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

      Why aren't there more jobs where rubber stamps are appropriate? They always seem like fun.

      Good luck with this Hub.

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      Thanks for taking the time to comment janni321. I am glad you found it to be useful.

    • BristolBoy profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Bristol

      Thanks for taking the time to comment Nelle. I agree that they are very useful, and whilst I am not myself a teacher either, I have used them even relatively recently.

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      Nelle Hoxie 

      10 years ago

      I'm not a teacher, but I love using stamps to personalize envelopes of cards I send to people. I even use markers to color them in. Sort of my excuse to color.


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