I still can’t believe how quickly this school year is passing! May is almost here, which means that Teacher Appreciation Week (Monday, May 8th – Friday, May 12th) will be here before we know it. If you follow along with me on Instagram, you know I'm all about deeper connections with everyone in our circles. From family to neighbors; best friends to new clients... I believe the more we connect with others, the more joy we'll spread, and the more content we'll be with living an unhurried, intentional life.
For me, that is what Teacher Appreciation Week is all about. It’s about connecting with and treating the people who pour so much into our children every day. I want to mention that teacher gifting (and any gifting) is rooted in sentiment. I also know we don’t always have the space in our budgets for these extra gifts. Because of this, I have also created a list of Free Teacher Gift Ideas for you as well!
Without further ado, here are my gift shop's top 5 Teacher Appreciation gift boxes!
1. Warm & Cozy
2. Mini Movie Night
This is the mini version of our best-selling Movie Night gift box! "Take a night for yourself" is what this classy gift box will say to your recipient. It has all he or she needs to plop down on the couch after a long, yet fulfilling, week of teaching to enjoy a movie and a card game; just add the TV and popcorn bowl.
3. Self Care for Her
Treat her to a much-needed evening of relaxation, and don't forget to have us engrave her name on the lid of the box!
4. Work & The Word
5. Keepsake Boxes
Not seeing a gift quite right for the teacher(s) in your life? Build-A-Box is the perfect place to go to create a gift unique to your recipient!
I hope you find one of these gift options helpful for your Teacher Appreciation Week gifting needs this year!
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