If you prefer a more practical present for the teacher or have been asked to give your teacher supplies for the classroom, this last minute gift for Teacher’s Appreciation Week will be easy to pull together.
All you really need is to gather supplies and place them all inside a large tote bag. I was able to find these cute and inexpensive totes at
I was able to find these cute and inexpensive totes at Michaels but you could purchase a craft tote and have your child decorate it with stencils and paint.
Ideas to include in the tote bag:
- Boxed tissues
- Disinfecting wipes
- Paper towels
- Post it notes
- Glue sticks
- Dry erase markers (Don’t miss my cute Expo Marker Teacher’s Gift.)
- Paper clips
- Binder clips
- Classroom stickers
Personalized school supplies are also a great idea. And don’t be afraid to get the “cute” supplies. I prefer to give an adorable set of binder clips because teachers deserve something darling on their desk.
Once the bag is packed, print my cute sign and attach it to the tote bag. I glued my sign to a piece of cardstock to keep it from tearing.
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Happy Teacher’s Appreciation Week!
More great teacher’s gift ideas:
- Expo Marker Teacher Gift Idea
- 45 DIY Teacher’s Gift Ideas
- Best Creative Gift Ideas for Teachers
- Gift Ideas for Male Teachers
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