“Just popping by to say we need S’MORE teachers like you!” FREE Teacher Appreciation Printable bag tags! These are the perfect way to say thanks to your favorite teacher.
Teacher appreciation week is coming up, did you know that? National Teacher Appreciation Week happens during the first full week of May every year. No matter what grade your child is in, it’s important to show our teachers how much we care for them!
When my daughter was in Elementary school we would do a week long celebration of her teachers. I’d organize the students to do a little something each day, whether it be bringing in a homemade card or flower or treat. I think it’s important that we recognize teachers for all they do.
If you’re looking for an easy way to say thanks to a teacher or you’re organizing Teacher Appreciation Week, this FREE printable is just what you need. Whip up a batch of my S’mores Popcorn and simply attach some easy tags. This popcorn recipe is something that’s easy enough for the kids to help you make and they’ll love to help you assemble the bag tags too.
I combined two of my favorite teacher appreciation sayings to make these easy tags: Just POPPING By and We need S’MORE Teachers like you! Combine the two to say:
Just POPPING by to say we need S’MORE teachers like you!
These are a fun and creative way to thank your teachers. Plus, s’mores popcorn is so good. We ate the whole bowl in a day!
You don’t even need any special equipment to make your own favor bags like this.
Here’s what you need to make these FREE printable tags:
- Printer with color ink
- Cardstock (easy to find at any store these days, with the printer paper)
- Fold-over sandwich bags
- S’mores Popcorn Recipe
Once you have the tags printed, simply cut them out and fold them in half. Then hold them over the top of the sandwich bag and staple them. Super simple! (Watch the video below to help.)
Don’t want to make the s’mores popcorn yourself? Then fill bags with microwave popcorn, chocolate chips, marshmallows, and graham crackers so they can make the recipe themselves. No matter how you do it, your teachers will appreciate the gesture.
What are you doing for Teacher Appreciation this year?
Dorothy is the blogger behind EasyGoodIdeas.com and CrazyforCrust.com. She loves creating recipes that are sometimes savory, often sweet, and always served with a slice of her life.