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Teacher Appreciation Week

National Teacher Appreciation week is May 2 thru May 6th.   Are you looking for some ideas to show the teachers in your life how grateful you are for all they do?

Teacher Appreciation gift idea

Teacher Appreciation cupcakes in a jar

Apple Caramel Cupcakes with Cinnamon Buttercream

I’m sharing a Teacher Appreciation gift idea {and recipe} over at Skip To My Lou today!  There’s a free printable you can download as well!!

Cindy has invited other bloggers for a whole series of posts on Teacher Appreciation ideas!  Come join us!

Teacher Appreciation Ideas

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Comments

  1. 1

    Love this Cheryl!! Off to check out your post!

  2. 2

    Cheryl this is darling!! Any teacher would beam with pride to receive this thoughtful gift :)

  3. 3

    Looks adorable!!

  4. 4

    The cutest idea ever Cheryl! Teachers will love this one.

  5. 5

    Love this! Skipping over to check it out…

  6. 6

    So cute!!! Love your photo:-)

  7. 7

    That is way too cute!!

  8. 8

    Cheryl~
    This is so DARLING!
    If I was a teacher…this would make me BEAM!
    So cute!
    And the props!
    I do believe you’ve been to PROP school!
    WOW~zee!
    I wonder how you created the BLUE background?
    xo

  9. 9

    Great idea! As a mother of 2 teachers, I know the last thing teachers need is another coffee mug or desk chotchkies. Every summer my son and daughter have to take a box of mugs and trinkets to the Goodwill. They just can’t use that many cups and the house would be nothing but “teacher” trinkets everywhere if they didn’t. They love their students and appreciate being thought of. Some of the best gifts they receive are gift cards to Starbucks, Walmart, school supply stores, or even gift card to the movies. Teachers spend a lot of their own money on supplies for students, so even a $2 gift card could do more for them than a new mug. Don’t mean to rag on any gifts, but if you’re not a teacher, you might not realize what they truly need. Have a great day! And I’m thankful for every teacher and their patience to teach our future!

  10. 10

    Such a cute idea! I don’t need any teacher appreciation gifts, but I’m sure this will come in handy another time :)

  11. 11

    So cute! Thank you Cheryl!

  12. 12

    This is such an adorable idea!

  13. 13

    So adorable! Great idea!

  14. 14

    I love this! Gifts in a jar ar perfect, and these are decorated beautifully~

  15. 15

    I’m always forgetting about these special acknowledgments, so thanks for the reminder. And what teacher wouldn’t love to receive a gift like this – so much fun!!

  16. 16

    These are just too fabulous! A must, must share with my readers!

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