i’m taking a break from the usual fitness post today. my daughter reminded me National Teacher Appreciation Week is soon. National Teacher Appreciation Week is May 8-May 12 this year. the National Education Association celebrates National Teacher Day “as a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make in our lives.”
i remember my favorite teachers as a child. teachers play a crucial role in shaping and educating our children. we entrust them everyday to protect our children and help mold them into amazing people.
my daughter and i brainstormed appreciation gifts. we think a simple gesture shows how much we appreciate all they do for us. here is a quick list of easy teacher appreciation gifts:
Thanks a Latte Starbucks Gift Card this adorable idea is from Just Add Confetti. we made these last year for the teachers’ christmas gifts. a free printable is included.
Mani Thanks Printables these free printables from hip 2 save are perfect for a mani in jar gift set. this idea is so simple but simple!
I Won the Lotto from Pigskin and Pigtails is super cute. who wouldn’t want a free scratch off and some candy?
Candy Bar Gift Ideas from Crazy Little Projects look cute and delicious. and now i’m craving almond joy.
Thanks for Making me One Smart Cookie i love these printables! if you have a local bakery, hit them up for a dozen cookies to pair with these printables from Sweet Metel Moments.
Personalized Starbucks Cupsi have an obsession with tumblers, cups, cups with straws especially, and coffee mugs. these starbucks cups from MamaCeeCees Creations on Etsy are a must have for the teacher who needs her morning coffee. i’ve ordered from her before, too. her personalized starbucks cups are pretty.
Teacher Supplies this is thoughtful. i feel halfway through the year, we get requests to donate cleaning supplies, dry erase markers, paper towels, etc. this idea from It’s Always Autumn has free printables to stick on top of Lysol wipes.
i hope these help you all with ideas for your favorite teachers. no gesture is too small. xoxo