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I wanted to include a fun gift for kids to give to their teacher this week. These fun printable Seuss quote bookmarks fit the bill. Just print, let the kids color, and give teacher a fun from the heart token of your appreciation. If you have missed any of the teacher gift ideas this week, be sure to check out the crafts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Then scroll down to the bottom of this post for the 15 minute craft from our blog partners.
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Start by clicking here to get to our free printable bookmarks. Print onto a heavyweight card stock so the book marks are sturdy. Each one contains a fun Seuss quote that will inspire adults and kids alike.
Then just let the kids go wild coloring them in. Add a fun note or pop these into a card. Either way the teacher is sure to love this small give from your child’s heart. Print tons of these Seuss quote bookmarks and have enough to use at home as well.
Now for even more 15 minute teacher gift ideas. First up is the fabulous Laura Kelly. She is recycling some jars into fun teacher gifts.
Next is Tried and True with a printable tag you don’t want to miss. Give your teacher the gift of popcorn and attach one of these fun tags.
Every teacher needs glue! Make it a gift they will never forget like this one from One Artsy Mama.
Give the gift of money to your teacher but do it in a creative way. Turn that money into flowers with these instructions from My Very Educated Mother.
Add cookies to a jar then add a free printable from Frog Prince Paperie. Everybody loves cookies y’all!
The gift of coasters can be left in the classroom or taken home. Learn how to make these cute coasters from Fireflies and Jellybeans.
Give any gift in one of these great berry baskets with added sentiment on the bottom. Get the full instructions for making your own on Party Play Pin.
Any teacher can proudly show off that they are number 1 when you make them a big ribbon to commemorate Teacher Appreciation Week. See how to make your own version over on 30 Minute Crafts.
Turn craft sticks into a cute gift for any teacher like this one from Mad in Crafts. This is a great one for the kids to help with as well.
This could possibly be the easiest teacher appreciation gift ever! Click here to see the details over at 30 Minute Crafts.
Love these teacher appreciation day ideas and want more? Be sure to follow our Teacher Appreciation Day Pinterest board.