Teacher Appreciation is coming up. Are you looking for some easy and inexpensive teacher appreciation ideas?? You’ve landed in the right spot! I have a bunch of different ideas for you that are easy and inexpensive.
Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas
Depending on your school, you might do a whole week of Teacher Appreciation at the beginning of May. Our elementary school does a little something every day for the teachers and staff.
Each class does its own little things and the PTA usually does one big luncheon. If you are searching for teacher appreciation ideas on easy things your classroom can do or give during the week, click here!
If you are part of your PTA or PTO and are thinking about hosting a luncheon, check out my list of fun and simple luncheon themes here!
FREE Teacher Appreciation Cards and Printables
Thanks to the internet there are a ton of great free printables and cards that you can easily print out and attach it to a small gift. These range from candy, food, flowers, gift card holders to lotions – almost anything you can think of!
These free teacher appreciation gift card printables are super easy to put together.
Here is a great roundup of teacher appreciation printables to get you started! If you’d like to make your own and need some inspiration I love this list from Skip to my Lou with 50 cute sayings for teacher appreciation!
DIY and Personalized Teacher Gifts
I love to give personalized gifts to everyone! It just adds that extra touch of love when someone makes a handmade gift or gets one customized.
These can be as easy as using some sharpies on a mug to using your electronic cutting machine to add their name or favorite quote onto something little.
Use Sharpies again to make a cute canvas book bag (click here for tutorial!)
Or give them a personalized etched vase or glass. Click here for glass etching tutorial!
Personalized Yetis or Tumblers are another gift that you can customize to anyone. Click here on how to personalize tumblers for all crafting levels!
More Resources for Teacher Appreciation Ideas
PTOtoday.com is an amazing website that I used to spend a lot of time on when I was teacher appreciation coordinator. They have forums that you can ask questions and information about activities that other schools all over do.
Pinterest is another amazing resource. Click here to check out my large board of all sorts of teacher appreciation ideas!
Make sure to browse through all of my other teacher love ideas to get even more inspiration.
I hope these ideas get you inspired! It really can be as easy or complicated as you want to make it. A little can go a long way when showing teachers how much we appreciate all they do.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!