If you can drop-off a gift to your teacher, here are clever and practical gift ideas you can make at home. It's been a challenging end to the school year but these amazing gifts are for amazing teachers! Read on for these simple, easy to follow, and above all, thoughtful ideas.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

'Thanks a Latte' Starbucks Gift Card

This is the easiest little gift, and a super cute way to dress up a gift card. When you purchase the gift card at Starbucks, Tim Hortons, etc., just ask for an extra cup or two. Get instructions from Just Add Confetti.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Tumbler and Lemonade

Present your teacher with this cute eco-friendly tumbler filled with sweet lemonade mix. It's the perfect way to say thank you for being such a great "ade!" Get instructions from Lisa Storms.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Sugar Scrub With Printable Labels

Sugar scrubs are so easy to make, and everyone loves them. Attach a sweet message like: 'Sugar & smarts and really big hearts, that’s what great teachers are made of,' and hand them out to your child’s teachers. Get instructions from Balancing Home.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Donuts

What better way to tell your teacher you think they are the best than with a little morning treat. Jazz up some donuts from the bakery with some fun tags and packaging. "Donut" forget to send a cold bottle of milk for your teacher to enjoy with their sweet gift! Get instructions from Giggles Galore.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Magnetic Clothespins

Make these cute decorative magnetic clothespins by painting wooden clothespins and glueing a magnet to the back, Teachers can use them on the white board to hold papers and reminders. Get instructions from Sandy Toes and Popsicles.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Milk and Cookies

A little milk and cookies, anyone? Printable milk carton favour boxes and "report card" recipe cards and envelopes make a fun, whimsical gift! Place the cookies in the favour boxes, and include the recipe for the goodies and other favourites in the report card envelopes so they can make their own yummies long after they’ve finished yours. Get instructions from Sweetest Occasion.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Personalized Calculator

In need of a quick and easy gift idea to simplify the end-of-year rush? Then look no further: personalized calculators with a fun "equation" printable gift tag to package them in a special way. Get instructions from Positively Splendid.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Flower Pot

This last minute gift is an easy way to show your teacher some love! Whip up these flower picks, grab some flowers on the way to school, and you are set to say thanks! Get instructions from Skip To My Lou.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Teachers Emergency Stash

Put together this cute box of Teacher Goodies. Edit the tag and add your teacher's name. Get instructions from Eighteen 25.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Popsicles

Here is a nice treat for that special teacher to make sure they stay "cool" over the Summer. Get instructions from Eighteen 25.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

You’re the Balm Teacher 

This EOS chapstick transforms into a clever and usable gift. Telling your teacher that she’s 'the balm' is a fun play on words and memorable too! Get instructions and tag from Simple As.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Personalized Note Pad

Here's a neat idea for making notepads as teachers' gifts. Use your child's personalized drawings. These are just too adorable! Get instructions from 4 Crazy Kings.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Thanks a "Bundt"ch

Show your appreciation with something sweet! A favourite treat + a cute tag  =  a happy teacher. Get instructions from Eighteen 25.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Grilling Kit

A grilling or BBQ related gift is a great idea and is so easy to pull together. Get instructions from Mom On Timeout.


Clever Gifts for Teachers

Glittery Scissors

Scissors are something any teacher will always need so he or she will definitely appreciate a pair that stands out from the rest. Get instructions from Persia Lou.

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