Teacher’s Day is May 6th, time to show these selfless men and women how much they really mean to us and our children.
My son has had the most AMAZING teachers since he started school. These teachers put in so much time and effort to give our kids the best education they possibly can. And I truly believe that. To want to become a teacher, you have to have the heart for it. That built in selflessness that only teachers can have.
They take their work home with them, grade papers on the weekend, plan upcoming lessons, make sure their classroom has supplies (that most of the time come out of their own pocket!), and all of this for the sake of our kids.
We appreciate these people so much. Let’s show them just how much we care!
I really want all of us to get a little creative and think outside the box this year. Getting the lame coffee mug or apple shaped trinket on it that says “World Best Teacher” is well, to be blunt, outdated and boring. Take a look at these fun, creative gifts with FREE printables!!
Key To My Success Keychain Tutorial AND Free Printable: A Girl And A Glue Gun
Step by step instructions on hoe to make this adorable and very usable keychain along with a free printable! Love this!!
Hands Down Teacher Appreciation Gift: Eighteen 25
I love this gift, practical and adorable. You can even have your little one cut out his or her own hand to make it even more personal!
Simple Teacher Appreciation Gift: Snippets Of Creations
Simple, Cute tag that you can insert into a potted plant with a ruler. ADORABLE! This is an easy little card you could easily create at home, make your own version! Be creative!
If you want to go completely FREE try giving the things teachers will really treasure-
- Artwork from your little star. Teachers love the personal touch and it’s unique!
- Flowers from your garden. Make a cute bouquet from the flowers you’ve got growing at your own house! Free and beautiful. Don’t forget to add a vase!
- Cards made from home. Have your little one create their own Teacher Appreciation Card for their teacher.
- Baked Goods. Are you a good baker? Create some scrumptious cookies or brownies to give your special teacher! (Make sure they actually like sweets first.)