Summer is so close I can almost taste it! The only hurdle standing between today and those three months of children roaming neighborhoods and daily swimming pool visits, is the kids’ last weeks of school, right? This week is teacher appreciation week and although many teachers love to have jars of candy for their kids and apples with “ABC” on them, can we not be a smidge more creative?
Teachers are the fiber of each young generation’s knowledge pool, they are models and mentors for our children as much as parents are! Let your children’s teacher know how much you appreciate them this week! We have found several craft ideas from brilliant, craftaholic bloggers which we wish to syndicate for roving and curious crafters. Let us know what you think, recreate it and send us pictures, give us some feedback; we love to hear from you guys!
A printable is a fantastic way to dress up a tired, boring idea and turn it into something beautiful and personalized! This idea comes from eighteen25:
Kristy recommends using this as a back to school gift, but I think this works great as an any day teacher gift! It’s brilliant: mod podge, post it notes, scrapbook paper and chili’s coasters! This idea comes from Next to Heaven.
Who doesn’t love “The Sound of Music” – right? You might have to know your teacher a little better to pull this one off, but it’s adorable. This idea comes from Counting Our Blessings
How about an adorable vase made of the perfect teacher tool, PENCILS! This iea comes from 1 Wasabi Mommy.
This adorable A+ Teacher bucket is filled with all kinds of goodies they can use throughout the year! Homespun With Love.
This could definitely be utilized in more ways than just a teacher relaxation set, but this thankful mom bought the new O Magazine and some beach towels. Decorate it with whatever other items you think are perfect for relaxing and your kids’ teachers will go nuts, too! From HeatherJsLife.
There are so many wonderful ideas out there, hopefully this will help you shake loose the cobwebs and allow your imagination to roam. Let us know what you come up with to thank your kids’ teachers!