20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They’ll Use and Love!)

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Today marked the last day of school for my youngest kiddo, a bittersweet day for sure. My mom always sent in a plant for the teacher on the last day of school, and I’ve handed down the tradition to my kids too. My friend B. gave me the great idea of using an Anthropologie mug and filling it with goodies (she does personalized M&Ms, genius!) So I purchased mugs for the teachers and had my kids pick out the flowers to place inside. This simple idea was a hit, so I thought I’d share 20 other teacher gift ideas (as a former teacher, I can attest these are ones they’ll actually use!) from around the internets. Enjoy!

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Thank You Teacher Free Printable from The Suburban Mom

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Toe-tally Awesome Teacher Gift via eighteen25

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Printable Teacher Appreciation Gift Card Holder from Skip to My Lou

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Amazon Gift Card Printable Tag via The Creative Mom

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Ball Jar Teacher Gift from lil’ luna

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

(Free Printable) Teacher Appreciation – “One Smart Cookie” via Sweet Metel Moments

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Starbucks Gift Cards from My Frugal Adventures

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Personalized Teacher Gift Hand Stamped Aluminum Keychain with Swivel Lobster Claw via simplyputstudio

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Glass Etching a Casserole Dish from Make It Love It

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

DIY: Ice Cream Sundae Kit via Family Bites

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

(Free Printable) Fun in the Sun: Summer Relaxation Kit from Skip to My Lou

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Easy Dotted Sharpie Mugs via Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

S’Mores Kit from Driven by Decor

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Customized Pencils via DesignGem

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

Personalized M&M’s from My M&M’s

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

(Free Printable) DIY Bath Salts via Making Lemonade Blog

Hands Down Teacher Appreciation Gift from eighteen25

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

What a Teacher Really Wants via Making Lemonade Blog

I seriously can’t believe it’s the end of the school year already, and the end of the preschool years for our family. Time, slow down!

Do you send end-of-the-year teacher gifts? What’s your favorite thing to give (or, if you’re a teacher, receive)?

20 End of Year Teacher Gifts (That They'll Actually Use!)

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6 Comments

  1. What a fun gift to give a teacher. I am sure she/he would really like it! You can even make a flower pen as a gift.

  2. I like the thank you cards.It can be hung on the wall and a teacher will feel appreciated when he or she read it.

  3. Wow, great idea I am gonna buy a mug for my teacher. and thanks for helping me to choose a perfect gift for my teacher

  4. Teachers play a great role in our life. It’s a precious moment to gift teachers. I’ll definitely use your ideas for my brother’s teacher. It will be great part of his life. Thanks for such a great post.

  5. I teach English at a private elementary school.
    I prefer thank you letters and cards from the children I teach. I’ve also gotten books for the school or money. Some parents give me a gift card at the end of the summer term. A nice bottle of wine at Christmas does not go unnoticed either. I also love getting essential oils.
    But the gift that really makes me happy and a lot of difference is parental involvement and well done pieces of homework from my students. Of course I never say no to a lovely chocolate cake or a box of chocolates. One year a fourth grade kid kindly gave me a personalised teacher mug during lunch time. Much appreciated. I’ve also received emotional support from parents.

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