Creative Teacher Gifts with Printable Gift Tags

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The end of the school year is coming. Teachers have worked hard, and you’ve seen your child progress in their knowledge. It’s time to say Thank You for all the teacher has done during the year. Check out this list of Creative Teacher Gifts and you’re sure to find something for the greatest teacher ever.

15+ of the most Creative Teacher Gifts

I found this practical idea of gifts that teachers can use in the classroom. I think it’s common knowledge that many teachers use their own money to buy supplies for the classroom, so every little bit helps them out. Paper clips, pens, pencils, highlighters, and of course a treat as well. I created my own printable for you to use with the paperclips, but I Saw That Going Differently In My Mind has cute sayings for each of these gifts. 

The idea was cute, but I wanted to make it a little extra special. So I mustered up my courage and made the easiest printable for this.  Nothing says You’re Awesome like paperclips right? OK, maybe add a treat that your teacher can enjoy just for themselves to take it up a notch.

Paper clips not the thing for your teacher? Well, that’s A-OK because I’ve gone around and gathered together some of the most creative teacher gifts I could find on the web! Now all you have to do is put the gift together and say Thank You.

15+ Creative Teacher Gift Ideas

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Sunshine Sugar Scrub

Sharpie Teachers Gift Printable

EOS Lip Balm Teacher Gift Idea

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Commit-Mint Teacher Gift

 


2 thoughts on “Creative Teacher Gifts with Printable Gift Tags

  1. Adelina,
    You can also right-click on the tags and "Save Image"; then you just open the image and either print as is (check the size of the image to make sure the tags come out the right size) OR you can "copy image" and "paste" to a Word document, where you can adjust the size. You can "copy and paste" more than one image to a page in Word, adjusting the size as needed, so you can print more labels at a time. 🙂 Hope this helps other readers.
    Merry Christmas

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