Quarantine Gift Idea | Coronavirus Teacher Appreciation Gift
Teacher appreciation week is a favorite here because we have so much fun showing our daughters’ teachers gratitude for all they do. During the week we give small daily gifts everyday and over the years, have grown a long list of gifts to repeat. This year feels very different and now more than ever, we need to show our teachers how much we appreciate them in all we’ve been through together. Our Sour Patch Kids printable is a great Coronavirus Teacher Appreciation Gift to mail, deliver to doorsteps, or bring to the classroom if your household has essential workers and children attending daycare facilities. We also have a printable version of the Quarantine Gift Idea to share with loved ones in your household.
Our youngest daughter is in her final year of preschool before starting kindergarten in the fall. My husband works at a hospital and my full-time remote position has remained the same. We have our oldest daughter home with a strenuous daily school routine and little sister has continued attending preschool at her local daycare facility. For teacher appreciation week, we have brought in daily gifts including Sour Patch Kids with a note thanking teachers for spending their days with our children.
Coronavirus has made life feel a little sour but spending every day with you has been sweet.
*Our printed version included a heart and little sister’s name but the printables shared in this post do not.
Quarantine Gift Idea or Coronavirus Teacher Appreciation Gift tutorial
- Sour Patch Kids candy boxes
- Hole punch
- Printable (click on preference): Quarantine Gift Idea or Coronavirus Teacher Appreciation Gift
Use your home printer to print gift note. We printed two on each 4×6″ photo paper then cut the photo paper in half.
Punch hole in corner of each printable note.
Attach notes to Sour Patch Kids candy boxes with ribbon.
Regardless of your current home, work and daycare or school dynamic, we all know someone that would smile with a note of appreciation.
Who will you share Sour Patch Kids and a sweet note with this week?