Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2nd – May 6th!
When I was teaching 2nd grade, I loved receiving little ‘happies’ from my students that expressed their excitement about what we did in our classroom. It gave me just the encouragement I needed to keep on keeping on!
I hope you’ll take a look at some of these fabulous ideas and then bring a little joy to your Happy Buddy’s teacher next week!
Grab the ingredients for S’mores, throw in a cute plastic bag, and attach this FREE printable topper from Domesticated Lady.
This M&M jar is the SWEETEST thing EVER and it has the most adorable and inspiring poem. Please go read the poem – it’s sooooooooo cute!
Teachers work hard – they often need a little pick-me-up. Hello caffeine! Give your Happy Buddy’s teacher this cute FREE printable card and attach a Starbucks gift certificate. Perfect!
Who doesn’t love to get giftcards?! A Turtle’s Life for Me has the CUTEST idea on how to present some inexpensive giftcards to your Happy Buddy’s teacher in a magical way. If the Happy Buddy were in school right now, I would SO be doing this.
This Garden of Giftcards is blooming with creative magic!
Then there’s this glowing brilliance of an idea! Sunglasses for the teacher (perfect for summer) and a FREE printable tag that says Matthew 5:16 – In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.
I love the simplicity of this. And you can find FREE printable tags for it HERE.
If you’re looking for even more Teacher Appreciation Ideas, please check out the following AMAZING sites.
Skip to My Lou (she has dedicated the whole month of April to Teacher Appreciation Ideas!)
Tip Junkie (check out the adorable door decorations at the bottom! What a wonderful surprise!)
Room Mom 101 (some super clever and easy candy gifts and more door ideas!)
I also have another post from the beginning of the school year featuring some awesome teacher gifts. Pop over to see it HERE and modify for the end of the year!
But, you know, the greatest gift I ever received while teaching was a heartfelt note from a parent or student. I have saved and treasured every one! So break out the stationary and have a Thank You Note writing party!
Your words will be a blessing!
Happy Teacher Appreciate-ing! 🙂
I was a second grade teacher too 🙂 I love these ideas…especially the “thanks a latte”! Thanks for sharing.
This is awesome! I don’t have kids. I’m not a teacher, but I have co-workers that I’d love to encourage from a project that we’re on.
I also have neighbors and friends…no reason that this wouldn’t work for them.
Crystal & Co
Awesome teacher gift list. I shared it with my Facebook readers!