Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which has me thinking about things I can do to for AG’s teachers. I’m all about any and every reason to celebrate her teachers. She absolutely adores them, as do I. I know how hard they work and how it takes a special kind of person to work with four and five year olds day in and out.
Today, I have a variety of gift ideas for you. All pretty easy to put together and absolutely adorable gifts. I haven’t decided which I’m going to use this year. Considering how long it’s taking me these days to get things checked off my list, I better get on it pretty soon.
You’re the Balm from Simple As That.
How cute it this? I love EOS and think this would make a great little gift.
Heart into Teaching from Eighteen 25.
Target has these adorable jars again this year. In my store, they were back in the Valentine’s section, not in the dollar spot. I believe they were $3. These would even be cute filled with candy kisses.
You’re just WRITE for me from Lil Luna.
I love this printable and gift idea. I would fill it with fine sharpies or gel pens.
I like you a latte from Eighteen 25.
This would be perfect if your child’s teacher is a coffee lover. You all know this teacher is!
Candy Valentine’s Wreath from Crazy Little Projects.
Not only is this cute gift idea, but the wreath can be reused as classroom decor.
Teachers Paint Bright Futures from Gone Like Rainbows.
My teaching partner loves a good nail polish, this is a gift she would definitely appreciate.
COLORFUL Valentine’s Day from My Frugal Adventures.
Not only would this idea be great for teachers, but it’s cute too for kids using crayons or colored pencils.
There is no teacher I love s’more than you from A Night Owl Blog
They have s’mores flavored everything these day, so you could get creative with what you put in this jar. I would personally go with a s’mores snack mix so the teacher can enjoy it immediately.
Which one is your favorite?
I am going to give Connor’s teachers the pencil holder with pencils. That is adorable.
Stephanie recently posted…How I Overspend & My Plan to Stop