Teacher Appreciation Week is near. I couldn’t be happier than to say “Thank You” for all that they do.
Showing patience, love, and kindness is truly a gift. When they share these gifts while educating our kids, it is a beautiful thing.
Nothing is more satisfying than knowing your child is learning and enjoying school.
So when I see the teacher give my child a big hug and a wonderful welcome, I smile. Because it matters.
Seeing that big smile on his face while doing his daily project and hearing him talk about what he’s learned. I’m happy. Because it matters.
Just hearing him say, “I had fun at school today“, I’m overjoyed. Because it matters.
So in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week and to say “Thank You” to the wonderful teachers out there for their devoted service, consider these cute ideas.
1. FREE PRINTABLE: DONUT THANK YOU GIFT TAGS
Who’s a fan of Krispy Kreme? I know I am. When I saw one of my favorite donuts pictured with this cute tag, I was sold. Definitely looks like a winner to me!
The best part, it’s simple. You can grab the printable donut gift tag on Happiness is Homemade and then head to your nearest donut shop.
2. TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT CARD HOLDERS
How cool are these gift card holders by Tatertots & Jello? Colorful, cool, and sweet!
The best part, they have even made these printables available for everyone. Grab yours by way of Skip to My Lou.
3. TEACHER APPRECIATION COOKIES
Do you think teachers deserve an A+? Well, let them know. Now is a perfect time to show that you appreciate all the hard work and effort that they do.
Surprise a teacher with these adorable cookies. Psst… you can check out the tutorial on A Pumpkin and A Princess.
4. “MANI THANKS” TEACHER GIFT TAG
Kelli Mullins and Kristi Jansen from Lolly Jane nailed it with this wonderful printable and beautiful nail polish.
What a simple but cute idea! Thanks to them, we can get the “Mani thanks” gift tags to attach to a nail polish too.
5. GLITTERY SCISSORS UPGRADE PLUS TEACHER GIFT PRINTABLE
What a beautiful way to say “Thank You”. Show teachers just how golden they are.
Follow the tutorial on Persia Lou to create these glittery scissor and printable gift tags.
6. CANDY IN MASON JAR: FREE PRINTABLE – TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT
Candy is always a plus. The possibilities are endless as so many different types of candies exist.
Grab any round shaped candy, fill the mason jar, and attach this printable tag from Trish Sutton.
7. ‘THANKS FOR HELPING ME GROW’ FLOWER
What an eye-catching gift! The red just pops and the words are perfect.
The Silhouette School really did a good job in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.
And we can too… with a little help. Follow the tutorial to create this wonderful gift.
While I have provided 7 examples of the ways to say “Thank You” to a teacher, there are plenty more.
No matter what you choose to do, just remember to say “thank you” in your own special way.
After all, they deserve it!