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Teacher Appreciation Door Decoration Ideas

Posted by  ·  April 26, 2013  ·  Last Updated: April 26, 2013

At our school, parents decorate the teacher’s door for Teacher Appreciation Week. Here is a round-up of some clever teacher door decorations. Many of the doors use a cute saying. You might also find inspiration with these 50 cute sayings for Teacher Appreciation.

You are sweeter than chocolate!

Baby, you’re the best! This door is perfect for a teacher that might be pregnant or has just had a baby.  The pacifiers and baby toys would be an appreciated gift.

It is always cute to use the teachers name in a rhyme!

Candygrams are always a great way to decorate a door. Thanks for passing on your ‘Mounds’ of knowledge so we can soar. You are worth more than ‘100 Grand’ and you ‘Score’ an A+ with us!

Thanks for making 5th Grade a ‘Hoot’!

What is the recipe for success?

Great teachers are hard to find.

Hoo Hoo loves Mrs. Conroe?

A movie stars theme is always fun!

Thanks a ‘latte’ is the perfect door decoration for a teacher that love coffee. Use these free “Thanks a ‘latte’ for all you do printable” to include a gift card.

We love our teacher because she helps us bloom where we are planted. Use this editable “Thanks for helping me bloom printable” to also give your teachers flowers or a plant.

Highlight a book!

You tended, we blossomed!

We are glad you ‘Pinned’ us this year!

Mrs. Trafton is ‘Pinspiring’!

We love Mrs. H to pieces!

Mrs. Manner is ‘sun-sational’!

Winter Spring Summer or Fall Mrs. Andrews is the BEST of them all!

So cute to use texts and apps to show your appreciation. ‘iluv’ Miss Anderson! Thanks for helping us ‘app’ly ourselves!

Mrs. C is our Superhero!

We go bananas over Mrs. Howell

Mrs Scott is o-fish-ally the best!

Mrs. Wallentine, you are an ‘egg’stra special teacher.

You rock!

Thank you for quenching our thirst for learning. So cute with the kids catching the drops in their mouths.

Thank you for preparing us for the outside.

There is more! Don’t miss these teacher door decoration ideas ……and even more fun ways to decorate your teacher’s door!

If you are looking for a quick way to say thank you, you might like these gift tags that you can print and pair with a little gift! Saying thank you can be so easy!

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  1. Lupe Camacho
    Friday, May 5th, 2017
    I was looking for directions on how to create your 'You Rock' door decoration. It is the one with a guitar and 45 records.
  2. Jessica Magnusen
    Sunday, April 24th, 2016
    Hi, where did you find the Super Girl cut out/image for the "Mrs. C. is our Hero" door decoration? Thank you!
    • Sunday, April 24th, 2016
      Oh Jessica, I am not sure. I think one of the moms drew it or found an image online. It was several years back and I don't remember which mom to ask. So sorry!
  3. Emily
    Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
    Do you know where I could find the Superwoman image on the door for Mrs. C? I've been shocked at the difficulty in finding a similar image. Many of them are too sexy to use in a school!!
  4. Christine Marsh
    Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014
    Love all these great ideas. Thank you for sharing. -Hospitality Chair Mom with 3 kids-
  5. Saturday, March 29th, 2014
    i love my teachers and fellows love them all
  6. hfghfjftggvmkjvhfkhrtg
    Monday, June 24th, 2013
    you did not help at all! i mean this is a great website but thors are verry cool ideas
  7. diatho
    Thursday, May 9th, 2013
    Bet the teacher appreciated seeing "success" spelled wrong!
  8. Heather M
    Sunday, April 28th, 2013
    I'm the hospitality coordinator for our school and we've never decorated doors at our school. I'm totally doing this for our teacher in the hopes that we can maybe do the whole school next year. :) Thanks for the great ideas!