Everyone has a favorite teacher. Mine was Mrs. Tate. I can still remember the way she broke into a rap to show us what rhyming was or how she diligently diagrammed sentences with colorful chalk like they were masterful pieces of art. No doubt your child is in awe of a teacher who is similarly as cool. And this month it’s our job to thank these unsung heroes.
With Teacher Appreciation Week right around the corner, May 7-11th we’re helping you gather some amazing ideas for homemade goodies and treats from where else but Pinterest.
Take a look.
Photo Courtesy of Domesticated Lady.
Rootbeer and chocolate. I’m sold. The note reads: “You are AW-mazing!” Every teacher should appreciate the good pun.
Photo courtesy of Nina Johnson Reid.
Thank you for quenching my thirst for knowledge. Thank you for being such a great aide. Fill a reusable iced beverage cup with packets of your favorite limeade and diet drinks.Perfect for teachers on the go.
Photo courtesy of Georgine Verdejo.
You’re a cut above the rest! What teacher won’t appreciate another pair of scissors?
Photo courtesy of Susan Allen.
These colorful flowers in a colored pencil vase will look great on any teacher’s desk.
Photo courtesy of Happy Clippings.
Combine a beautiful potted plant with a note reading “Thank you for helping us bloom this year.” It’s simplicity is part of the appeal.
Photo courtesy of Skip to my Lou.
Moms, how do you show appreciation for your child’s teacher?