Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas
With the school year coming to a close for the 2012-2013 year, let's not forget about the wonderful teachers who have taught our children all year. Teacher Appreciation Day is May 7th. So I have come up with a list of gift ideas that I think all teachers would love.
Gift Cards (shopping, food, mani/pedi, etc..)
Pizza Delivery to the teacher's lounge
Muffins/Fruit for breakfast
Print out tags with the saying "Our teacher's are souper!" Bring in soup, salads, and sandwiches.
Homemade gift card holder... take an empty altoid tin cut a small piece of scrapbook paper or fabric and glue/mod podge it on the top and tie a ribbon around it.
Shine On! Thoughts in a box. These boxes are hand-crafted with love and designed to inspire and uplift. The box includes an inspirational message and a candle. The candle comes in two forms, a traditional tea light and a battery operated light. https://www.facebook.com/shineonandon
Grab a six pack of soda's, print a tag saying I am soda-lighted you were my teacher this year. Follow this link for a free printable of the tag... http://www.tammymitchellphotography.com/2012/04/27/make-this-free-printable-teacher-appreciation-week-creative-gift-idea-soda-lighted-youre-my-teacher/
Grab a mason jar, some gumballs, hot glue, and some scrapbook paper and you can make this very cute gift... follow this link for pintables' and tutorial... http://www.crystalandcomp.com/2012/05/teacher-appreciation-thanks-for-chewsing-to-teach-free-printable/
We need S'more teachers like you... Follow this link for free pintables'... http://domesticatedlady.com/2010/smore-teacher-appreciation-idea-and-free-printable/
Thanks for making me a smart cookie... free printable if you follow this link...
I must ad-MITT; you're a great teacher... follow link for tutorial and free printable tag... http://www.somewhatsimple.com/idea-for-teacher-appreciation/
Get a picture frame put a piece of school paper in it, hot glue a bow on the corner, and you have yourself a cute dry erase board.. Teacher can keep reminders/to do list.
Take a flower pot ($2.00 at Lowes) paint the top rim like a ruler and the bottom paint it with chalkboard paint... write message of your choice... fill with treats or flowers.
Grab a candy jar or even a mason jar, fill with gummy bears, and tie ribbon around top. For the free tag printable follow this link... http://www.jaseyscrazydaisy.com/2011/05/youre-beary-best-teacher-appreciation.html