Teacher Appreciation Week is next week and I always try and do a little something for Rylan’s teachers. I don’t go overboard or spend a lot of money, but I do try and make them feel appreciated.
For his main teacher, I usually send a little something every day of the week. Not knowing when all the other students will bring their gifts, she’s at least guaranteed to get at least one gift each day.
For his specials teachers, I have him take a gift the day he has the special and it is always something little, but a kind gesture.
All year, I keep an eye out for deals on items that I could use for Teacher Appreciation Week. However, with moving for just a short bit of time and lots of things boxed up, I wasn’t able to find many of those items so I had to go with plan B.
After Halloween, I stock up on candy that I use for birthday parties, Easter, and other random things because they usually don’t expire for a year and a half! Who knew? So far, the candy has never went bad on us.
I still had some unopened bags, so I went searching for some cute sayings to put with them and this is what we ended up with this year for teacher appreciation week. It only took about 20 minutes to complete which includes search time for logos and sayings and the time it took me to create them on Photoshop.
STARBUSTS– To the world you may be just a teacher, but to your students you’re a star
WHOPPERS- Thanks for being a Whopper of a good teacher!
HIGHLIGHTERS- You’ve been the highlight of my year!
If you’re good at math, you’ll notice I only shared with you four little teacher gifts, which means there’s one more that you’ll have to check back next week to see!
What are you doing this year for teacher appreciation week or what are some you’ve done in that past that were a big hit?