. Thank you portrait. Have the kids spell out “thank you” by laying on the ground and forming the letters with their bodies. Take pictures from overhead. 2. Knee-down portrait. Have the kids line up against a wall and take a photo of the kids from their knees down. Wrap the photo around a can for a pencil holder. 3. Thank you board book or moleskin. On each page put a picture of each child and a reason he or she loves the teacher. 4. Photo beanbags for the classroom.
5. Pencil photo puzzle (found via OnePrettyThing).
6. Photo magazine holders for classroom organization (found via OnePrettyThing). 7. A set of magnets for the classroom.
8. A water bottle.
Gifts using kids’ artwork. And here a few ideas for making gifts from artwork your little one has already created. 9. Handsoap with art inside.
10. Personalized pencil sharpener.
11. Personalized book plates.
12. Stationary for the classroom.
13. A photo desk calendar.
Things kids color directly on. Self explanatory, right?
14. Rocks and a planter. Have each child paint a small rock. Add these to the top of a plant in a pretty pot for the teacher’s home or classroom. 15. The classroom door. Get students together to decorate the classroom door with loving notes. 16. Cube notepad. Get or make a cube-sized notepad, have the kids color on the sides. 17. Pretty thumb tacks, or try a more rustic set.
18. A good reference book with something pretty stamped on the side. 19. Premium fruit juice with labels drawn by your kids.
20. Cloth Napkins. Use the batik method to decorate a set of cloth napkins. Just drizzle Elmer’s glue over the fabric, let it dry, dye it, and wash it according to the directions on the dye. 21. A notebook with sweet messages hidden throughout.
Things kids can make
22. Handlebar flower.
23. Seed tape.
24. Fabric tissue case (found via OnePrettyThing).
25. Friendly felt-embellished paper clips.
26. Sunprint pencil cup.
27. Pretty pens.
28. Fabric-covered journals (found via OnePrettyThing).
29. Pretty binder clips.
30. Poetry suitcase for use in the classroom.
31. Fabric catchall.
32. Corner bookmark.
33. Fabric-covered pots (found via OnePrettyThing).
34. Forced bulbs or an herb garden planted and nurtured by your child. 35. Footwarmer.
36. Lavender drawer sachets.
37. Reusable lunch bag.
38. Yummy bread. If your child has just learned to read, have them use their new skills to read a recipe and make homemade bread. 30. Homemade croutons to go with a salad kit.
40. Homemade pasta cut in fun shapes with a cookie cutter. 41. Chocolate dipped strawberries.
43. Waffle mix and real maple syrup with a label drawn by your child. 44. Hot chocolate on a stick (in colder weather).
45. Homemade granola.
46. A caramel-dipped apple.
47. Homemade salsa.
48. Homemade hot sauce.
49. Vanilla sugar.
50. Cookie dough frozen in cookie-sized portions. I like using a bag to pipe out stir and drop cookies.
When Everyone Lost Belief In Me,
You Believed In Me.
When Everyone Thought
I Am A Gone Case
You Trusted Me.
You Risked Your Career To Keep Me On
You Guided Me For Path On And On
Thanks For Being There Oh Teacher
Thanks For Being My Teacher
Those Who Educate Children
Well Are More To Be Honored Than Parents,
For These Only Gave Life,
Those The Art Of Living Well.
Happy Teachers Day
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