Show your kids’ teachers how much you appreciate them this Valentine’s day with these cheap and easy DIY gift ideas for teachers!
These ruler gifts are super cheap to make and you can even make enough for the whole class since kids and teachers can never have enough rulers. If you want to replicate these, then head on over to thompsonandspring for the full instructions and printable.
Here’s a great gift for any teacher they’ll surely appreciate… antibacterial hand soap. Print or cut out a red heart and write a cute phrase on it such as “I was soapin’ you’d be mine” like the ones from sugarandbows.
We just love this idea by momendeavors for a sweet little Valentine’s gift for teachers or anyone special in your child’s life. All you have to do is buy some cute shaped honey jars and wrap a little note around it saying something like “Your Little Worker Bee Wishes You a Happy Valentine’s Day!”.
Here’s another great Valentine’s day gift idea any teacher will love to receive from lisastorms… he/she can sip her coffee, tea, lemonade or any other beverage from these awesome tumblers! Add some drink packets (such as Lipton’s Tea & Honey Coconut Passionfruit To-Go Packets…..), a handwritten note from your kid and a tag with a sweet message placed on the straw of a colorful tumbler. Just perfect!
Every teacher need a big bottle of hand sanitizer at hand at all time to keep germs at bay in the classroom so these personalized hand sanitizers make a wonderful teacher gift you can easily make yourself. Buy some letter stickers and put the teacher’s name on the bottles then go to town decorating, wrap a ribbon around the top and you have a great gift inspired by these on etsy.
Pick up an inexpensive plain coffee mug and paint the outside of it with words of thanks to the teacher or with fun loving Valentine’s day messages. We suggest using a paint pen made to use on pottery like these oil based ones by Sharpie.
The momsofcapemay made these super adorable hand cream (soap or hand sanitizer will also work) gifts for Valentine’s day that will bring a smile to any teacher’s face. Have the kiddos cut out their own hand prints and write a sweet message such as “You deserve a hand!” and have them sign the bottom.
Why not bake some delicious cookies and wrap them neatly to give teachers a sweet little snack. We love these cookie jars made with short mason jars (such as these wide mouth glass jars) by the folks over at eighteen25 complete with cute little printable tag to stamp your cookies as “made with love”.
Help keep your favorite teacher’s coffee or tea warm by giving them one of these homemade coffee cozies made with lots of love! Check out the full how to instructions over at theperfectpearpair.
Whatever gift you decide to give the kids’ teachers for Valentine’s day, we’re sure they’ll love them especially the ones that come straight from the heart.
Don’t forget to check out our list of cheap and easy Valentine’s day crafts for kids to make here!