What's the best gift to give a teacher for teacher's appreciation week?
Answer: a heartfelt thank you.
How you say "thank you" in different ways. We have gift ideas on showing your appreciation and thanks to your teachers this teacher appreciation week.
Here are six superb ways to give a big "Thank You" this Teacher Appreciation Week!
A Personalized Note
Writing a heartfelt teacher appreciation message can be one of the most meaningful gifts to receive this teacher appreciation week.
Express your gratitude for all that your teacher does with a heartfelt handwritten thank-you note. Whether you are a parent writing the teacher a letter or a student writing your teacher a message, express your appreciation for them and everything you've learned from them.
Getting drawings, paintings, and handcrafted cards can put a smile on any teacher's face.
Teachers can hang the crafts up in their classrooms or back in their home office. Bringing them joy every time they look at the art their students made for them.
A Personalized VidDay Video
Teacher Appreciation Week is the best time to create a heartfelt video gift.
Gather messages from all the students in the classroom. Have them express their gratitude and appreciation for their teacher during the school year. You can also ask them what their favorite moment from this year was or a funny story that they remember.
This is a great way to surprise the teacher and give them a gift this teacher's appreciation week that will last a lifetime of memories.
Caffeine. Caffeine. Caffeine.
The average school day is about seven hours long.
But on top of marking homework, tests, planning school lessons, and after-school activities, teacher's days can sometimes exceed 10 hours a day. It's not a shock that many teachers rely on caffeine for a boost of much-needed energy. Especially during these stressful times, a nice bag of coffee beans will go a long, long way this Teacher Appreciation Week.
Hand Sanitizer and Disinfectant Wipes
This gift is perfect for teachers who are teachers in classrooms this Teacher Appreciation Week.
The amount of hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes they go through must be insane. Not only is this gift great for in the classroom, but teachers can also use it at home or when they are out and about — helping them to save themselves from buying it on their own.
Help them stay clean and reduce the risk of catching anything.
Does your teacher firmly believe in something?
Have they been an advocate for a specific cause or have they been volunteering somewhere?
Donating in their name is the perfect opportunity for Teacher Appreciation week to contribute to a cause that the teacher highly believes in. It's a gift they will always remember.
Good teachers help guide us to develop our potentials and embrace our strengths. So, send your teacher a heartfelt thank you for this teacher appreciation week.
Keep it simple and from the heart. ♥