These adorable thank you teacher gift tags add the perfect touch to any gift. These tags make it easy to send a super cute message this school year!
Teacher Appreciation Week is the first full week in May. Don’t miss this opportunity to show your appreciation to a favorite teacher making a difference in a child’s life. I love celebrating school teachers and there are loads more ideas on Skip to my Lou. Be sure to check out all the teacher gifts they are good for educators, from preschool to high school.
Great teachers work hard to help little minds learn and are with them for many hours during the week! They always go the extra mile. I’ve always wondered how they get through the day with 20 or more students in their class and I can barely handle 3 of my own at home.
Do you know an amazing teacher who could use a little extra pick me up or reminder of how special they are to your child?
Add your child’s name to the bottom of the page next to the heart to give it a more personalized touch.
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Thank You Teacher Gift Tags
These printable gift tags come 4 to a page and are best printed out on cardstock. Cut out the tags, and add 3 hole punches to the left side of the line to create the look of a mini version of college ruled paper. Thread string through the top hole and attach it to a gift bag, a wrapped present, or tie it around an unwrapped gift and you’ve got the perfect gift!
Behind the Design:Megan is the owner and creator behind Short Stop Designs. Graphic design is her creative outlet and she loves sharing her designs with others who need something new to spice up their home or are in search of a cute printable to go along with a gift. Aside from keeping up with her blog, her 3 active children keep her busy all while trying to survive the life of an Army wife.
You might also like to write a thank you note telling them that your child loved their class, learned a lot and has gained enthusiasm for learning. No matter their teaching style everyone likes to hear they are doing a good job. Here is a fill in a blank page for your child to use.
Looking for more easy ways to show appreciation?
I also have a set of 20 printable gifts that can be attached to a small gift. Download, print, cut! How easy is that!?! There are four of the same designs on each page in case you have more than one teacher.
Don’t you feel lucky when you have an awesome teacher and you can send your child to school and know that the teaching methods are preparing your child for the real world? That is worth some appreciation for your good teacher this year for all their hard work and dedication.