Each year during teacher appreciation week we send daily gifts to my daughter’s teachers as a token of our gratitude. Gifting Extra® Gum to teachers is surely not a new idea yet it seems to always find it’s way into our gifts each teacher appreciation week. This year is no different. Today my daughter brought reams of paper, Extra@ Gum Spearmint and a sweet note to her favorite teachers. If you’re looking for a quick and thoughtful gift, print the Extra® gum teacher appreciation card printable and you’ll be on your way to an easy teacher gift this week.
The durable packaging of the new Extra® 35-stick pack is perfect for the bottom of my seven year old daughter‘s backpack. I didn’t worry about the gum being smashed under her books and other supplies while she was delivering the teacher appreciation week gifts to her two first grade teachers.
Extra Gum Teacher Appreciation Week Gift tutorial
- Extra® Gum 35-stick pack
- Extra® gum teacher appreciation card printable
- twine or ribbon
- hole punch
Print the Extra® gum teacher appreciation card printable on a 4×6 photo card at home. You could also align the print on letter size paper if you don’t have photo cards then simply trim around the edges. Have your child sign their name on the bottom of the card. Punch hole in upper corner of the card and secure to the Extra® Gum 35-stick pack with twine or ribbon.
Send your child’s teacher gift to school in their backpack to deliver for teacher appreciation week.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all the educators that spend their days making a difference by teaching our children!
This week we have already gifted my daughter’s teachers a Redbox printable gift card, a floral coloring book with colored pencils, and this Extra® Gum teacher appreciation week gift. We have a fun gift coming tomorrow too!
How are you showing appreciation to teachers this week?