Inexpensive Teacher Gift Ideas!

Teacher Appreciation Week is quickly approaching and if you are like me, you are trying to come up with some clever and inexpensive teacher gift ideas! Both of my kids schools are going all out for the teachers for the week with a breakfast buffet, taco bar for lunch, desserts, giveaways…it will be a great week for the extremely hardworking teachers! If your kids are like mine, they will also want to personally give their teachers a little gift during the week, as well. Below you will find a bunch of inexpensive teacher gift ideas that are perfect for Teacher Appreciation Week!

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Inexpensive Teacher Gift Ideas!

inexpensive teacher gift

This adorable idea (and FREE printable) can be found at A Sparkle of Genius. It uses something pretty much all teachers love…Sharpies! Oh…and chocolate. No one can resist chocolate! So head on over and download the free printable and be sure to check out Amazon for good deals (like this one) on Sharpiesinexpensive teacher gift!

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Most years, my kids will pick out a plant to take their teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week. Over at Sippy Cup Mom, you can find the adorable (and FREE) printable for the sign added to the flowers. It adds that extra special touch!

inexpensive teacher gift

Some classes like to go in on one big gift for the teacher (which I really like doing too). The nice thing about this gift idea is that you can give the teacher a bunch of gift cards to enjoy his or her time outside of the classroom! Check out your local dollar store for the drink tub seen in this picture and candy to add to the basket!

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My Sweet Sanity has come up with a great way to upcyle an old container into a cute gift idea! Do you have a to die for cookie recipe? Bake those cookies, have your kids decorate the container and don’t forget to stop by My Sweet Sanity to download the cute printable to attach to your gift!

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This is one of my favorite gift ideas! Everyday Savvy put together a very cute and useful teacher gift! Be sure to check out Amazon to see if you can find the cups in bulk (like theseinexpensive teacher gift) that you could split the cost with other parents (in different classes, of course!).

inexpensive teacher gift

A handwritten note or this fill-in-the-blank printable that can be found at Frugal Novice is a perfect gift for any teacher, any grade. You could volunteer in the classroom and have each kid fill one out while you work with them and then get it bound at your local office supply store! What a cute book for the teacher to thumb through for years to come!

What are you doing for Teacher Appreciation Week?

 

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Comments

  1. What great ideas! I wish someone would give us homeschool moms a teacher gift! lol

  2. I think the drink bucket with gift cards will be a real hit. I know someone who is a teacher and she says that as much as she loves the presents, gifts cards are the most useful to her especially the ones she can use for school supplies.

  3. I was just thinking what was I going to get the boychild’s teacher for the end of the year. Thanks for this list, you’ve saved me a ton of time

  4. Kim Croisant says:

    That tea cup is the best gift ever. I just did a post like this and I have different ideas. We should all show our appreciation to our kid’s teachers. They have helped them grow!!

  5. Kristi says:

    Fun Ideas, I especially like the sharpies and chocolate! but the plant is cute too.

  6. These are all so cute and creative!

  7. So many great ideas! I’ll have to show my daughter so she can pick one to do for all her teachers. Thank you!

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