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7 Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas

Submitted by on May 2, 2022 – 10:37 amNo Comment

Looking for some ideas to say thank you to a special teacher? Check out these fun projects you can make at home.

Garden of Succulents

Succulents are readily available and relatively inexpensive. A couple of these cute, tiny cactus plants along with this printable available at will brighten any teacher’s day.

Teacher Appreciation Gifts - Succulent Garden - North Texas Kids Magazine

Monogrammed Mug

Create your own monogrammed mug to say a special thank you to your child’s teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week.

Teacher Appreciation Gifts - Monogrammed Mug - North Texas Kids Magazine

Dry Erase Markers Bouquet

This is a fun way to gift your child’s teacher with everyday supplies like dry erase markers. The thought you put into making this DIY bouquet from makes it an extra special way to say thank you.

Teacher Appreciation Gifts - Dry Erase Marker Bouquet - North Texas Kids Magazine

Candy Pencil

This fun teacher appreciation gift from is made with Rolo’s and Hershey’s Kisses. The pencil stencil is free to download and print.

teacher appreciation gifts - North Texas Kids Magazine

Class Fingerprint Tree

This easy to put together fingerprint tree printable from makes it easy to collect all those little fingerprints and is sure to be a favorite thank you for your child’s teacher. Get started early to collect all those little fingerprints!

Teacher Appreciation Gifts - Fingerprint Tree - North Texas Kids Magazine

DIY Pencils Vase with Flowers

Grab an inexpensive glass vase, pencils and some ribbon from your closest Dollar Store then build this decorative holder for some gorgeous flowers. This teacher appreciation gift idea from is sure to please.

Teacher Appreciation Gifts - Pencil Vase with Flowers - North Texas Kids Magazine

DIY Chalkboard Gift Basket

Here’s a teacher appreciation gift idea from NTK! Fill this DIY chalkboard gift basket with your teacher’s favorites.



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