teacher – noun teach·er \ˈtē-chər\ : a person who teaches or instructs; a person whose job is to teach students about certain subjects
It’s that time of year again… school is coming to a close and summer is about to arrive, which means it is time to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week. That special teacher has been supporting, encouraging and inspiring your child all year long, don’t forget to show your gratitude with a little something thoughtful. I wanted to share with you a simple tutorial that you, too, can create for the teacher you love. With the help of a few items, you can make them feel loved!
A+ Gift Tutorial … for the teacher you love!
-Package of 10 apple pencils
-Gift Card to the place of your choice – We love Chick-Fil-A, so we are blessing our teacher with a little money to enjoy a delicious meal. Other Gift Card ideas: Target, Starbucks, Hobby Lobby, ITunes, Amazon, etc.
*All of the items were purchased from the Dollar Spot at Target, but I have seen similar items at the following stores: Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Walmart, Dollar Tree.
Unwrap the pencils and tie them together with the ribbon.
Tie or tape the gift card onto the ribbon wrapped pencils. You can also just place the gift card in the bucket if you would like to keep it simple.
Tie and attach the chalkboard label to the metal bucket and place your goodies inside.
Ta-Da … All done!
There you have it! An adorable and thoughtful teacher appreciate gift that your child’s teacher will love, and can use for years to come in their classroom.
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Spread some thankfulness to your children’s teachers this week! Let them know how grateful you are for their dedication and kindness.
A teacher effects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. – Henry Adams
Share your Teacher Appreciation gift ideas below, I would love to hear what you come up with!