To help ease teachers back into the back to school transition, how about giving them something sweet to start their year off right like this Teacher Appreciation Back To School Gift Idea!
Well, it’s that time again. It’s time to get out the backpacks and pencils and head back to school! This DIY teacher appreciation gift is a great way to kick off the year and show the teachers some “thanks” for all that they do.
This post is in partnership with Give Bakery Because and Rich Products. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
Each year it seems the summer gets shorter and shorter – or maybe it’s because we are so busy that it just “seems” shorter. Whatever the case, I’d like it to be longer. And I’m sure there are a few teachers that would like a longer break, too!
Teachers sure are special people. After having an in-home daycare for almost 10 years, I know what it’s like to work with kids all day long. But I can’t imagine having 20-30 to take care of in my classroom all day long! That is a lot of kids that require a lot of patience.
So, to help ease teachers back into the back to school transition, how about giving them something sweet to start their year off right?! They’ll love the thoughtful teacher gift and you’ll love knowing that you were able to create a unique teacher’s gift idea for them, too! (and one that is delicious!)
Give Bakery Because Teacher Treats
Teacher Appreciation Back To School Gift Idea
Today, I’m showing you how to create easy, yet thoughtful teacher gifts, using pre-made goodies like cookies and donut holes from your local grocery store bakery, in partnership with Give Bakery Because!
Give Bakery Because is a reminder to celebrate life’s everyday occasions and moments, using easy, convenient and delicious products found right in the bakery section of your local grocery store.
This quick and easy gift idea for teachers is an inexpensive way to show appreciation and is sure to bring out a smile!
Here’s how you can make this easy teacher’s gift idea!
For a simple and adorable gift idea, pick up several packages of cookies, donuts or donut holes on your weekly grocery store run in the bakery section for this sweet treat. (An edible teacher gift is always a good idea!)
Have the kids do a little research to find out what sweet treats their teacher likes. You may as well gift them with a dessert that they’re going to eat, right?!
Grab a package of cellophane gift bags, colorful string, and a cute gift tag. I love making my own tags at home by buying stamps and ink and then having the kids “stamp” out their own tags.
Creative gift tags or homemade teacher gift tags are a fun way to really spruce up a gift. They can keep it as a fun memory even after they’ve eaten their gift.
It’s just a fun way to show how much thought you put into their gift with a little customization.
Then, all that’s left to do is fill the bags with your special bakery items, add the string and tags and a personal note as a final touch. That’s it!
Now, your kids are ready to take these special treats to all of their teachers, bus drivers, administrators – just anyone who needs a “welcome back” gift!
And these little sweet treats aren’t good just as a “welcome back” gift, how about you Give Bakery for Teacher Appreciation Day, Christmas, Birthdays, Just Because Day (Aug. 27) or any other time you need to celebrate or make someone smile?!
Fun Ways To Decorate This Gift For the Teacher
A cute gift box or even a colored gift bag is perfect. You can have the kids add their special touch by creating a cute teacher gift tag or making a homemade card!
Nothing shows your appreciation more than personalized sweet treats! What an easy way to say thanks and celebrate Back to School with this little surprise!
Visit the Give Bakery Because Pinterest Page for more creative ways to package and gift baked goods from the grocery store bakery for back to school or just because. And make sure to share how you “give bakery” on social using the hashtag- #GiveBakery
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