12 Teacher Thank You Gifts for Meet the Teacher

Teacher thank you homemade gifts and free printables that are perfect for meet the teacher night.  Some of the amazing gifts include a school supply cake, survival kits, a sunshine pencil wreath and treat boxes.

The Tip Junkie Creative Community has 231 teacher thank you pictured tutorials with free patterns for meet the teacher!  So be sure to search there if you’re looking for something specific. {wink}

Teacher Thank You

School Supply Cake Tutorial

1.  School Supply Cake for Teachers ~ Now that the kids are back in school, it’s time for teachers to start requesting those extra supplies they need for the classroom.  Instead of sending them in a plastic bag, knock their socks off with this fabulous cake!

Survival Kit
2.  First Day Survival Kit ~ This Teacher Survival Kit is super cute and easy!  They are mini floss organizers found at craft stores filled with Band-Aids, a hand-sanitizer, treats, and other small school stuff.  How cool is that?!   Anything can look cute when you divide it up into little compartments, right?
Calculator Gift Tag
3.  Calculator Teacher Gift Tag {printable} ~ Print out this gift tag that says “According to my calculations, this is going to be a good year” and attach to a jumbo (or regular) calculator for a cute little back to school gift.
Pencil Wreath
4.  Sunshine Pencil Wreath {Tutorial}This sunburst pencil wreath would make an adorable Teacher Appreciation gift.  And since the center is made of cork-board, it can double as a little memo board too.  Don’t forget to include some cute push pins.

Meet The Teacher

Meet the Teacher
5.  Back to School Teacher Treat Boxes {Cutters} ~ With you as my teacher I’ll be one smart cookie!  This simple cutter project makes a sweet teacher gift for back to school.  Simply print the tags and add freshly baked cookies to the treat boxes.
Pencil Holder
6.  Printable Teacher Gift {pencils and holder} ~ These free printable labels are perfect for a pencil holder.  Simply print the free label, attach it to a recycled can and fill it with pencils.  Your kiddo’s new teacher is sure to love it!
Meet the Teacher
7.  Back to School Treat Sack ~ These treat sacks are the perfect gifts for tween and teenager kids to give to their new teachers.  They have an office supply look, definitely not juvenile like a yellow bus.  The brown sack is filled with treats or a candy bar, the card is attached with a clothespin (or you could use a paper clip) and are wrapped in red baker’s twine.
Highlighter Gift Bags
8.  The Hi-Lite of My Day ~  This is a quick go-to gift for teachers.  Download the free “Hi-Lite of My Day” gift tag and attach it to a bag of highlighters.  It can’t get any easier than that!

Cool Teacher Stuff

Cool Teacher Stuff
9.  Simple Back to School Gift ~ A fun and inexpensive gift for the new teacher.  All you have to do is print the free “School Days” tag on card stock, fold in half, include a note to the new teacher and add it to a “bouquet” of pencils.  If you decide not to use the free tag you could easily make an apple from card stock to add to the pencil bouquet.
Teacher Gift
10.  Back-to-School Teacher Appreciation Gift ~ An adorable sweet treat jar for teachers!  Simply print out the lid labels that say, “Teacher Treats-To Share, or Not to Share” and attach it to a jar.  Fill the jar with sweet treats such as skittles or m&m’s and embellish the jar with twine and ribbon scraps.  Each jar only cost $5 which included the candy.
Teacher Survival Kit
11.  DIY Survival Kit ~ I adore this modern design survival kit!  It includes a cute little notebook, Sharpie markers, packets of Via coffee (if they aren’t a coffee drinker you could use Crystal Light packets), and a bookmark that says, “It takes a big heart to shape little minds”.  The bookmark is a free printable as well as the delivery label.
Teacher Treat Box & Candy Bar Cover
12.  Treat Box & Candy Bar Cover ~ This french fry inspired treat box is super cute!  The treat box template and candy bar wrapper that says “We’re looking forward to a “sweet” year with you!” are free downloads.  Simply download, print, and insert candy into the treat box or wrap a hershey bar with the wrapper.

Thank You To Teacher:

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