April 30, 2014

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5 – May 9!

Honor the amazing people who work so hard for our children each day (or yourself if you are a teacher)!

What teacher doesn’t cherish a homemade gift from a student? Here are some great ideas to share with your children (and to help the little ones with if needed):

If you would like to get your favorite teacher something store bought to go along with your homemade gift, I am thinking he or she probably wouldn’t mind. 🙂 Here are some great ideas (please be sure to check shipping times when ordering; if you are concerned that it won’t arrive this week consider upgrading to expedited shipping or choose a downloadable gift certificate).

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Tiny Prints has a bunch of great cards and gifts for teachers. Even better, through May 1 Save 30% on all Cards and Gifts! Here are a few of my favorites:


Alphabet Apple – $1.09 Alphabet Apple – Folded Thank You Cards


Fruitful Note – $16.99 Fruitful Note – Personalized Notepads , Say hello to our fashionable new notepad.


Chalkboard Award: 11 oz White – $15.99Chalkboard Award: 11 oz White – Personalized Mugs


Class Notes – $16.99 Class Notes – Personalized Notepads

Teacher’s Heart: 5 X 7 Glossy Easel Art – $22.99Teacher’s Heart: 5 X 7 Glossy Easel Art – Glossy Easel Art

However you choose to thank your teacher, keep in mind that there doesn’t need to be a “Teacher Appreciation Week” to honor educators and all they do for our children; thank teachers often and show them how much they are appreciated each and every day!



1 Comment

  1. richelle leffler

    teachers definitely should be appreciated my daughter found one of her favorite teachers this nice coffee mug once she really loved it


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