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Printable Teacher Appreciation Tags

This week is Teacher Appreciation week! I thought it would be fun to whip up a couple free gift tags for you to attach to your kiddo’s gift to their teacher. I included one of each in the digital download, so if you need more than one you’ll have to print a few copies. However, the possibilities are endless here – which is what I wanted to do for you to make it easy!

I figured most people (myself included) would be sending gift cards to thank their teachers this week, but I know some of us like to put together little gifts too. These tags are great for gift cards to…

  • Target (everyone’s favorite, am I right!?)
  • Coffee shops: Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, etc.
  • Craft stores: Michaels, A.C. Moore, etc.
  • Ice cream shops: Dairy Queen, Friendly’s etc.

Free printable teacher gift tags | Teacher appreciation week ideas | Teacher gifts | Free Printable Gift tags | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

Here they are in real life…

Free printable teacher gift tags | Teacher appreciation week ideas | Teacher gifts | Free Printable Gift tags | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

Here are a couple of fun and cheap gift ideas…

Free printable teacher gift tags | Teacher appreciation week ideas | Teacher gifts | Free Printable Gift tags | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

  1. Grab a craft bag and have your kiddo write/draw/trace something on it. Inside you could include a gift card to a craft store, hand soaps, candy, or treats.
  2. Pick up a reusable water bottle (thank you dollar tree) and fill it with candy, or an ice cream shop gift card.
  3. Grab a to-go travel mug, or a regular coffee mug and stick a gift card inside. You could add some candy for an extra touch of sweetness. The latte tag works perfectly for this. 
  4. Gift cards always win – especially for coffee and donuts. Tie on a donut or latte tag, and you’re good to go. I don’t think the Target tag needs much of an explanation either ๐Ÿ˜‰
  5. You could also pick up a dozen donuts for the teacher’s lounge, and use the donut tag.
  6. Have your kiddo paint or draw something for their teacher, and use the craft tag. The possibilities are endless, I hope you get to use them!

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If you do, I’d love to see them in use. Tag me on Instagram! @ginaekirk

Free printable teacher gift tags | Teacher appreciation week ideas | Teacher gifts | Free Printable Gift tags | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

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5 Comments

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    Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood
    May 3, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    How cute! My boys aren’t school aged, but is it weird that I’m already excited to make things like this!?

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    Jenn
    May 3, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    So perfect! I literally was just thinking about what I was going to do, getting a little stressed about it honestly! You just solved it for me! Thank you thank hku

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    Kim Reed
    May 3, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    LOVE LOVE LOVE! I am planning on some Target love so thank you!

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    Aimee @ MamaCentric
    May 3, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    These are too cute! We now homeschool, but when my oldest was in preschool I just loved celebrating his teachers. Sharing this on my Facebook with the hope that teachers get ALL the love they deserve this week!

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    The Home Loving wife
    May 4, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    These are SO awesome!! Love everything you do. Seriously. How are you so amazing?!

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