At the end of the year, we like to show our appreciation for all the hard work our teachers put into supporting and teaching our kids all year long. But many of the common teacher gifts, while thoughtful, may say nothing about the student who was actually in the class, or convey the message you are looking for. This year, help your child make one of these kid-made teacher appreciation gifts! Your child’s teacher will appreciate the extra thought put into the gift and love that the gift was made by the student.
Kid-Made Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Teachers I know are always looking for more storage containers. This craft stick and pony bead container would be perfect to hold pencils. // Meaningful Mama
Kids will love making these apple clip bookmarks for their teacher. // Kids Activities Blog
These thumbprint flower pots turn out beautifully and can easily be personalized as wonderful keepsakes.
This design your own water bottle kit can be decorated by the child, or left blank for the teacher to write on. // Totally the Bomb
Have your kids tried the classic decoupage with tissue paper craft yet? This would make a lovely teacher gift. // Jader Bomb
Little ones will have a blast building a crayon candy dish for their teacher. // Two Sisters Crafting
Teachers can always use extra bookmarks, and this design is super-fun for kids to make. // Happy Hooligans
Any teacher would love receiving this beaded key chain from their students. // Make it Handmade
Teachers can use these art magnets in their classroom! // Handmade Kids Art
Give a flower rainbow to your teacher this year. // Twig and Toadstool
Give your teacher a reusable cozy they can use for their coffee each day. // Art for Kids and Robots
Kids can paint a new set of tea towels for their teacher. // B-Inspired Mama
Spice up the classroom hand sanitizer jar with LEGOs! // Rockin’ Boys
Your child’s teacher will love this pour-painted paperweight. // Happy Hooligans
More Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Need more inspiration for a teacher in your life? Check out some of our favorite teacher gift ideas!
And remember, more often than not, teachers aren’t expecting anything extravagant. Honestly, a handwritten card or drawn picture from a child can mean a whole lot!
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