Teacher appreciation gifts can fit ANY budget. One of the best gifts a teacher can get is a heartfelt note from the parents of one of their kiddos.
Here's what we did for Chloe's teachers this year.
On Monday, Chloe took a bouquet of flowers for her teachers to enjoy throughout the week.
Hy-Vee bouquet of Lillies: $4.99Vase from the collection under the sink: FREE
Thank you card from the junk drawer: FREE
On Tuesday, we set a goodie bag for each teacher.
A large container of Hand Sanitizer: $1.00
Fingernail polish removed: $1.00
Fun summer color of finger nail polish: $1.00
Cute nail file: $.50
Traced and cut out preschooler hand with "You deserve a hand for all you do!": FREE
On Thursday, some chocolate bars and mixed candy for a sweet treat for each teacher.
A glass candle holder: $1.00
Mixed candy: $2.00
On Friday, an Easy Mug Cake mix to enjoy for each teacher.
A tupperwear container with a tight lid: $.50
1 box of Angel Food cake mix: $1.50
1 box of Chocolate cake mix: $1.00
A note with instructions: FREE
*Add 3 tablespoons of cake mix and 2 tablespoons of water to a microwave safe mug/bowl for 1 minute. Top with icing, powered sugar or whipped cream.
*To make this totally adorable bow: How About Orange
Total spent for a week of spoiling: $9.75 per teacher. A measly price to pay for the gratitude we feel toward both of her preschool teachers.
How do you show your little one's teachers how much they mean to your family?