Let your child’s teacher know you think she is a star with this simple printable. I love giving practical gifts for teacher appreciation week, and Post-it notes are a staple in any teacher’s desk. You wouldn’t believe how many packs of sticky notes I went through in my years as a teacher. Use my free printable to create simple, but useful, Post-It note teacher gifts.
STAR POST-IT TEACHER GIFTS
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Thoughtful Gifts for Your Favorite Teacher
Every teacher I have ever asked has said that the best gifts for teacher appreciation day are ones that are either sentimental or practical. This DIY gift is both!
You can make this gift extra special by customizing the printable card for each teacher. You (or your kid) can write a nice note to the teacher on the back of the card to express your gratitude. You can also decorate the card with stickers, markers, ribbon, and more!
I always find it’s nice to add a personal touch when you are giving gifts to teachers. It’s very appreciated!
What You Need to Make a Post-It Note Teacher Gift
I found these adorable star-shaped Post-its in the office supply section of the store. You can give one teacher both pads of sticky notes, or split the pack up between two teachers — the printable will accommodate either option.
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Best Teacher Appreciation Gift Printable for a Star Teacher
Start by printing the PDF onto 5×7 pieces of cardstock or photo paper. This size will allow you enough room to place 1 or 2 pads of Post-It notes on the card.
If you don’t have 5×7 cardstock, you can print the cards and then cut it to size with a paper trimmer or scissors.
Use a piece of double-sided tape to adhere the pad of Post-Its to the card.
Since this is a relatively low-cost gift, it is great if you are giving gifts to multiple teachers in various classrooms. It’s also nice to keep a few on hand to surprise a teacher throughout the school year, even when it’s not Teacher Appreciation Week!