Take a look at this teach gift tag printable and easy ideas you can make this school year.
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Another school year is coming to an end and I am once again in awe of the teachers who have given my children everything and helped them grow in ways I couldn’t imagine. A thank you gift will never be enough, but it’s a small token of appreciation that hopefully will convey just how much we love our teachers.
Below are some easy teacher gift ideas with a few tips for creating something any teacher will love and appreciate. Plus, free printable gift tags!
A teacher gift can be a simple collection of items that your teacher will use, adorned with a fun gift tag and a personal note. Use these teacher gift tags printable to add a cute note to any teacher gift.
The most imporant part of any teacher gift is a handwritten note from their student. Encourage your kids to write something special. Give them the printable and a little time to prepare.
They can include things like what they like about school, a funny memory and what they learned this year.
Every teacher can use a nice notebook and pens or highlighters. These practical school supplies will be used in the classroom or at home. Tape a tag to a pretty spiral bound notebook and tie it up with a few nice writing instruments.
Some of my favorite writing tools
- Sharpie highlighters in assorted colors
- Felt tip pens have a fine point, won’t bleed and come in tons of colors
- Sharpie ultra fine point markers are a cult classic and loved by teachers
Fill a jar with Sharpies, because who doesn’t love a rainbow of markers, and add a colorful gift tag. This jar has a cardboard tube in the center so you can add a gift card or a little treat in addition to the markers.
A gift card that teachers can use like Walmart or Target is always a hit. There is a high likelihood that your child’s teacher shops at one of these stores. When in doubt, go with an amazon gift card.
A high school teacher in your life would love a handwritten sincere note from a student and a practical gift card.
If you really want to get crafty, pick up a terracotta pot and saucer for this gift idea. Paint the pot and saucer red then glue on a felt leaf and the end of a pencil to turn it into an apple! Fill the pot with candy and a gift card to complete this teacher gift.
No matter what you give to teachers, be sure to add a personal note. I would say this about any gift. A note from you as a parent or even better from your child means the world to an educator. Take a few minutes to tell your favorite teacher how much he or she means to you and all the fun you’ve had this year.
Download these teacher gift printables
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