Easy DIY Teacher Gifts

This post, easy DIY teacher gifts, is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of The Quaker Oats Company.

School is out and it’s officially time for the kids to take a break from e-learning and enjoy the summer. This spring, as we transitioned to e-learning, our school didn’t miss a beat.

I’ve been so impressed by our teachers, and the way they immediately jumped into e-learning. They’ve been upbeat and supportive for our kids every step of the way. I know they put in long hours and hard work to make sure every child had the time and attention they needed.

I confess…amid a busy work schedule and the anti-climactic close to the school year, I missed the opportunity to send a little something special to our teachers like I would during a normal school year.

This week, we planned a little crafting sesh to make a few special things for our teachers (and ourselves!).

We pulled together all of our crafting supplies and a few snacks.

The girls painted simple frames and wrote special thank you notes to their teachers. We added a gift card to each teacher’s favorite store.

And, we recharged with a snack—Quaker Kids Organic Whole Grain Bars and Bites. These are a go-to in our house. I keep them in the pantry so the kids can grab and go on their own, making it the easiest part of this mom’s busy day. 🙂

Quaker Kids Organic Whole Grain Bars are delicious soft-baked bars that come in chocolate and strawberry flavors my girls love.

Quaker Kids Organic Whole Grain Bites have real strawberry or blueberry pieces baked right in.

I feel confident serving these up for snacks for kids because they contain no artificial flavors, no added colors, and no high fructose corn syrup. And they are certified organic and  non-GMO project verified. Plus, my girls just love the taste!

Looking for more easy DIY teacher gift ideas? I have lots! Check out this simple cement succulent pot teacher gift or this easy watercolor tea towel idea. Then, print out this free “We love our teachers” printable to color and share. 

Want to try these Quaker snacks for yourself? You can find them at your local store here.

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