A Simple Teacher Gift

It’s teacher appreciation week!  Do you need a simple teacher gift idea?

Over the years, my kid’s teachers have helped them so much.  Solon’s 2nd-grade teacher helped him fall in love with reading and the kid’s art teacher has made Vera feel like a true artist, the girl loves art!  Just the other day one of Solon’s teachers stopped him in the hall to give him a big hug and congratulate him on our adoption.  It meant SO much to him and us!

Having been a teacher myself, I know the time and effort they put inside and outside of the classroom! Seriously, they are with our kids for more waking hours than we are most days!

It’s so important to thank our teachers for all they have done for our kiddos all year long.  Next week, is teacher appreciation week and it’s almost the end of the year so I have a super simple gift idea for you today and a FREE printable!

You know I love simple, this is so simple.  Like print, tape and send to school easy!  Perfect for this crazy time of year.

The Gift Teachers Really Want

Let me let you in on a little secret, teachers get A LOT of coffee mugs and candy!  I know it might not feel as personal but gift cards are a fan favorite.  They spend so much of their personal income on classroom supplies, a gift card is a fun treat.

Restaurant Gift Card Printable

Today I have a little printable to go along with a gift card to a restaurant of your choice.  Most teachers do their fair share of lunch duty and get a very short lunch period.  For them, going out in the summer is extra special.

 
Simply save this graphic to your computer by right-clicking (make sure to keep the .jpg).  You can also find the pin icon in the top left-hand corner so you can pin for later use.
Open up the file on your computer and prepare to print as shown in the above picture!

 

In the printing options choose 4 copies per page.  This makes sure the graphic is just the right size.  If you choose 6, 9 or more copies per page, the graphic will be much too small.

I suggest printing your cards on plain white card stock for extra durability.  Once printed, you just have to cut them out.  If you want your child to write their teacher a note, simply have them write it on the back of the card before affixing the gift card!

Assemble the Gift Card & Printable

You can attach the gift card with a circle of tape, rubber cement or photo squares.  My gift card came in a pack that already had the sticky dots so I simply unstuck it from the card and on to my card with no need for additional adhesive.

Your teacher is sure to remember you and be so thankful for a fun, yummy lunch this summer on you!  They don’t get to go out to lunch very much during the school year.

A Hand-written Note

If you want to go the extra mile, write a letter to your teacher or have your student. Those notes mean so much and will be the perfect personal touch to the gift card!

Get the FREE Teacher Gift Printable by clicking here!

A Simple Gesture To Say Thanks

Remember, next week is teacher’s appreciation week.  Take the opportunity to thank your children’s teacher for all they have done!

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Until next time, keep on keeping on with a simple purposeful life.
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