Teacher Appreciation Gift Push Pins
We wrapped up teacher appreciation week at my daughter’s school with a few more daily gifts. In addition to a reusable coffee cup and gift card, we also sent push pins with a compliment printable to follow the “compliment” theme of the day.
My oldest daughter has nine different teachers so we had to think outside the box and send gifts every teacher could truly use and appreciate. Classroom supplies are always a favored gift and these push pins come with a compliment to remind our teachers how much they are appreciated.
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- push pin teacher gift printable labels
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Use your home printer to print the push pin teacher gift printable labels on the self adhesive round labels.
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Have you thanked your child’s teacher for all they do?
10 thoughts on “Teacher Appreciation Gift Push Pins”
This is a cute idea and a helpful gift. Teachers can always use extra supplies!
Now that’s a fun idea! I really have no idea what I want to do for my sons teacher this year but this is definitely a good way to go.
That’s such a great idea! It’s cute, and teachers can always use extra supplies. That’s a gift in itself.
Ha! Now aren’t those just super cute!
What a creative idea! Many teachers have to buy their classroom supplies out of pocket so I’m sure they appreciate this gift.
This is such a creative idea! My daughter has so many teachers this year who have pushed her to be her best.
Love this unique gift idea! The message is perfect, teachers always push us to be the best.
What a fun, simple way to show appreciation. I love it!
What a great timing! Such a great gift idea for teachers appreciation day and I am sure teachers will definitely like it.
What a fun idea! I never know what to get teachers. I feel like they might want things for themselves vs. the classroom, but I could be wrong.