The school year is winding down, and if your kids aren’t already singing “no more pencils, no more books…” they will be any day now.
Though certainly not mandatory, a gift for teacher is a simple way for you and your kids to show your appreciation for their dedication throughout the year. The gift doesn’t have to be expensive – especially since you may also want to gift teacher’s assistants, coaches or other instructors in your child’s life – and a little creativity goes a long way.
This refreshing idea from pro-crafter Lisa Storms is perfect for the summer season. Just stuff a reusable acrylic tumbler with gourmet lemonade packets and a thank you note from your little one. Lisa’s free printable drink flags add a scholarly touch.
With a thoughtful gift like this, kids are guaranteed “no more teacher’s dirty looks”.
+ Free Printable Straw Flags from Lisa Storms
+ Copco Sierra Cold Tumbler, $5.39 USD, Amazon.com
Michele TrovatoJune 23, 2011 at 18:20
We have given several of these tumblers and have been the fortunate recipients as well!
ReannahJuly 3, 2011 at 17:02
What a cute idea! I’m a teacher & I’d LOVE to receive this as a gift! And I’m already planning on my boys giving this to their sweet teachers this September! Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂