Valentine’s Day is not only time to show love to your loved one, but special opportunity to express students’ appreciation and love for their teachers.

Whether you choose flowers, chocolates or something more personal, a small gift on February 14th is enough to show your Valentine that you are thinking about them and that you appreciate them for who they are.

Furthermore, it is perfect opportunity to let your teacher know just how much you care – What’s different about other holidays such as Teacher Appreciation Day, back to school or end of school year, you’d better make your teacher Valentines Day gifts ideas to be more romantic and creative as possible as you can.

Most children want to give chocolates on Valentine’s Day to their teachers. If this is the case, a group effort would be best. One this takes pressure off of the other moms to have to get a gift.

Each child can contribute to the overall gift. That being said one of the best candy Valentine’s Day gifts for teachers is a box of Godiva Chocolates. Imagine the look on the teachers face when there are not twenty little heart shape boxes of two or three hard candies to deal with.

You can encourage your kids make fun and unique homemade teacher gifts, it is never too early or too late to work on homemade gifts for teacher, children must have kinds gifts ideas, as parents just guide them. Here are some fun homemade Valentine Day gifts ideas for teacher.

Creative ID Badge

Creative ID BadgeMake a unique Valentines ID Badge with your simple appreciation wording is creative, your teacher will be interested in it and wearing it, go shopping, seeing a movie, visit his/her friends and tell them that it is his/her Valentines Day present from student. That’s wonderful, believe me. If you don’t know how to make this unique ID badge, please click here.


Homemade Flower-Inspired Pens

Valentine Day Gifts Ideas for Teacher

Treat a teacher to whimsical flower-inspired pens she can display on her desk and use throughout the day. Hold the flower next to the pen and clip the flower stem so it is about 2-inches up from the tip of the pen.

While holding the flower stem tightly against the pen, wrap the entire length of the pen with floral tape. This will secure the pen and flower together. With the floral tape you do not need tape or glue! I am sure chosen the rose will be perfect.


Unique Valentines Classroom Decoration

Valentine Day Gifts Ideas for Teacher

A whirligig is a simple craft a teacher can hang in her classroom. Make one by unraveling a paper towel roll and painting each side a different color, then decorating it with glitter, stamps, etc. Make a hole in the top to thread ribbon through for hanging.


Crystal Heart Valentine GiftCrystal Heart Valentine Gift

Customize a crystal heart online with engraved appreciation and love messages/poems for kid’s teacher is elegant and sparkling. Online trophy store offers the crystal heart radiates with charm along the beveled edges.


Heart-Shaped Cookies

Valentine Day Gifts Ideas for Teacher

No one can resist handmade cookies, so treat your child’s teacher to festive baked goods on Valentine’s Day. Create heart-shaped sugar cookies using a cutter. Prior to baking the cookies, insert wooden dowels into the bottom of them.

Decorate the cookies with red and pink frosting, along with candy pieces such as conversation hearts. Use icing to write “Happy Valentine’s Day” or “#1 Teacher” on the frosted cookies.

Place clear cellophane baggies around each cookie and secure them with red ribbon bows. Line a small glass vase with red or pink tissue paper and fill it with the cookies and flowers, forming an edible bouquet.


Love Fruit

Valentine Day Gifts Ideas for Teacher

As parents, you are so in love your kid’s preschool teacher, it is not funny. She really does deserve a juicy apple on her desk. When it was Christmas, we can make this for her, but sometime you may think that the Valentine’s Day is not Christmas. You know this is also good time to show your appreciation. So prepare your own juicy apple.

A Valentine’s gift for a teacher should not be personal, expensive, or elaborate. Rather, just make a simple gesture to say, “Thank you. Happy Valentine’s Day.”

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