How to Make Creative Christmas Gifts for Teachers From Kids

A box of dry erase markers and Sharpie highlighters Teachers erase our mistakes Highlight our strengths and make our minds Sharpie
A cheap and cute present for any holiday Mini alcohol bottles with matching sayings
Adult goodie bags
Adult party favors Liquor and chasers Guests will love them
Co worker gifts
DIY alcohol gifts Tiny size Coronita and lime baileys and coffee Bloody Mary whiskey and Coke seven and seven Work dirty Santa party
Manicure set in a jar
Mini Bar In A Jar Great gift idea
Mini Fireball Gifts
Perfect gift idea Fill a mug with little accessories and tie it with a ribbon
Santa Candy Bouquet
Thank you for helping me GROW Teacher Thank You Gift
Thank you for helping me grow great gift for teachers
Thanks for the Encourage Mint
These adult party favors were a hit at my sons Sesame Street theme first birthday party

If you can spend a bit of time asking your teacher friends what their favorite Christmas gifts have been in the past, you may be surprised to hear that the top two gift ideas were simply personal notes from students and money/gift cards. So why not combine the idea in a plant pot with the message “Thanks for Helping Me Grow!”

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thanks for helping me grow

So what about combining the two gift ideas by creating a printable gift card holder that also has a place for kids to add their favorite things about their teacher and classroom. Check out these creative handmade Christmas gifts that will really show your gratitude to your child’s teacher: diy friendship bracelets, natural soap, necklace charms, coconut face cream, diy candles & a teacher survival kit!