It's that time of the year again! Teacher Appreciation Week for most schools is the first full week in May. We always enjoy spoiling our teachers and thanking them for all that they do. We really should be doing that throughout the year, but it's fun for everyone to do it all during the same week.
As always, I try to do something fun and affordable every day for all of their teachers (including Specials teachers so it can add up and get expensive quickly!) and end the week with a gift card of some sort. I am still trying to decide what to do this year, but I was looking through some photos and found past gifts that I did not get to post here yet.
A couple years ago I found these cute tubes filled with jelly beans at my local Target. I love that Teacher Appreciation Week is after Easter so sometimes you can find treats on clearance after the Easter holiday that isn't marked with Easter bunnies or other signs of Easter.
Thankfully I was able to find 2 different flavors so Brody and Skylar can give different flavors to their Specials teachers (since they have the same Specials teachers). And I scored 8 of each flavor so that they had plenty for all of their teachers.
I made a cute, personalized tag that says "You've Bean a Great Teacher" to add the special touch!
It didn't take too long to add that personalized touch to all of the candy before handing to their teachers. Here are all of the tubes ready to be given to their teachers...
You can download your own free printable tags HERE or click on the photo below (yours will not include my children's names).
Print the PDF on white heavy cardstock paper. Cut the cards out and punch a small hole to attach to the jelly bean tube.
If you are unable to find individual tubes of jelly beans, I'm sure you will find plenty of stores with bags of jelly beans on clearance right now and you can fill your own cute container. You can find some candy tins or jars in the Wedding Favor section of you local craft store (maybe even dollar store!) Or you can buy some online. I love these adorable glass jars:
Or these candy tubes:
Or you can just put in little treat bags from you local craft store or dollar store. I hope you make your teachers smile next week!
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