Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter

Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter (With M & Ms)

Teacher Appreciation Week is the first week in May (although your school may have some special dates selected).   This Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter (With M & Ms) can help making the perfect gift simple and inexpensive.

This is an easy enough gift to create yourself.

Things you will need:

Bags of M & Ms- I chose the dark chocolate ones because I don’t like them much myself and wouldn’t be tempted to eat them (be sure to check the coupon database for coupons)
Jars or Cups- I LOVE this Set of Four (4) 15-oz Chalkboard Mason Jar Beverage Cups  if you are going to do more than one gift.
Ribbon- To tie the Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter (With M & Ms).  I got some material ribbon but you could use curling ribbon as well.
Aerosol Hair Spray and Chalk (if you buy something with chalkboard on the outside)

Since I only needed two I got these adorable jars at Michaels.  I found lots of options in the seasonal section!  Did you know with Michaels you can shop online and have it shipped to your local store FREE?  You just walk in and everything is ready to go!

Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter

 

Then track down a nice color printer to print this Teacher Appreciation Thank You Letter With M & Ms.  I printed it on regular paper but some paper stock would be even better.

Once you have all the “ingredients” the rest is pretty self explanatory.

If you chose to get a jar or cup with chalkboard on the outside you will want to write on it before putting the candy inside.  You can use normal chalk to write the teacher’s name.  Then stand back about 12 inches and spray with the aerosol hair spray.  It will keep the chalk dust in place so the writing stays.

Teacher Appreciation M and M

After it is dry fill the jar with the candy and tie the letter on the outside.  This is a super cute, very easy gift!

Be sure to check out these Teacher Appreciation Quotes and other Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas!

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