Grab a “you’re tea riffic free printable” and “Thanks for helping me bloom” printable for teachers or friends!
Are you starting to think about ideas for Teacher Appreciation week or just looking for some great small gifts for teachers to show them some love?
Today I have two FREE printables for you that would work for any kind of teacher in your kid’s life. These printables are easy to pair with small gifts for teachers that are inexpensive and thoughtful!
Small gifts for teachers can be given at any time of the year to show the wonderful people who spend all day with our children how much we appreciate them! You really don’t need to spend a lot of money, just the simple gesture means a lot to them.
Small Gifts For Teachers – Thanks for Helping Me Bloom
The first printable can be paired with any kind of flowers. Think single rose or flower, potted plant, faux stems, or a vase with flowers. I made two different printables depending on if you want it coming from you or your child.
I set my printer page size to 3.5×5″ but you can make it any size you want. I also cut mine on brochure glossy paper so it prints more vibrant. It prints out on my paper like this.
Then I cut the box out and mounted it on cardstock to give it a brighter border. I had my son sign his name on the back. Punch a hole in it and tie it to anything flowery!!
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use only! Please no selling or redistributing of PDF files. Thank you!
Free Tea-rrific Printable for Teacher Appreciation
This second printable is perfect for any kind of teacher, friend, neighbor, or anyone who is in need of a little something special! Pair this with a box of tea, different tea bags in a bag, or with a handmade mug.
Learn how to make this handmade mug with Sharpie paint markers and stickers by clicking here!
After you have downloaded and printed out the tea riffic teacher printable for free simply have your child sign it or write a little note on the back.
Another small gift option is to make a multiple gift card holder to give them what they really love – gift cards! We collected money ($5-10) from the class and pooled it all to purchase gifts cards from our teacher’s favorite places.
Sticking a little something in their mailbox without signing it is even more fun!!
If you want to browse through my roundup of free teacher appreciation printables and cards click here. If you’d like to check out my guide of even more teacher appreciation ideas, click here.
What other small gifts for teachers do you like to give?
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Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!