DIY a few months ago Share Tweet Pin Share It’s Thanksgiving- the season we all settle in to reflect on our blessings. And while Thanksgiving isn’t necessarily all about the gifts like Christmas, it’s still a time we like to shower others with kind words an often small tokens of our appreciation. This usually includes our kid’s teachers, who put so much time, effort and love into growing our children. If you’re looking for a quick and simple way to bless the teachers in your life, check out these cute Thanksgiving teacher gifts! Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Source: LilLuna.com 1. Thanksgiving Cookie Jar I can think of few better ways to show loved ones and teachers that you care, then giving the gift of cookies! The holidays are all about the best foods, so why not thank the teachers in your life with a cute jar like this? Packed with all the dry ingredients you need, these Thanksgiving-themed cookies (thank you, seasonal M&M’s!) only require a few extra ingredients and 7-8 minutes in the oven. This is a great gift because it’s inexpensive, quick, can be made in bulk and is packed with love. Download the free printable at LilLuna.com! Source: UnexpectedElegance.com 2. Candy Jar Short on time (who isn’t?)? As a person with multiple teacher friends, I can say assuredly that every teacher appreciates the gift of candy! Afternoons that are short on energy can be made more tolerable when they can dig into their own stash of sweets. This printable is cute because it’s a play on words for Reese’s pieces, and perfect for saying “thanks” this time of year. Check out UnexpectedElegance.com for this printable and 4 other teacher gift ideas. Source: KinderCraze.com 3. Thanks A Latte Whether you use these cute jarred frappucino’s, you show up with a hot latte, or fill an empty tumbler with some treats, this “thanks a latte” gift is totally adorable and easy to whip up. Most teachers won’t turn away this little jolt of caffeine, and you have no excuses because this is so simple to put together. Download the free printable from KinderCraze.com. Source: ≈ 4. Blessing Bag Is there really a such thing as blessing your kiddos teachers TOO much? That’s why these blessing bags, packed with all their favorite goodies like foods and beauty products is the perfect gift idea. This gift may take a little more careful though when prepping, but there’s no denying how much your teachers will be blessed. You’ll find tons of more teacher gift ideas and this free printable at Thanksgiving teacher gifts. Source: TheCrazyCraftLady.com 5. Wine! Forgo the coffee and candy and just give ’em the wine! These cute wine tags make them perfect for a Thanksgiving gift, and even more fun to enjoy around the Thanksgiving dinner table. Download these wine tags for free at TheCrazyCraftLady.com! Source: ThirtyHandmadeDays.com 6. Caramel Apple Cider Bucket Mmm the tastes of fall! Give the gift of flavor by preparing a caramel apple cider, so the teacher’s in your life can make the tasty drink over the Thanksgiving holiday. Add apple cider packets, caramel, cups and all the rest of the goodies you need to enjoy this festive drink in a fun packet and you’re good to go! Check out the printable at ThirtyHandmadeDays.com. Source: ShakenTogetherLife.com 7. Stovetop Simmer The smells of fall are some of the best parts of the season. This bag of goodies to make a stovetop simmer is creative and simple. All you have to do is add some basic, but fragrant ingredients and a recipe card with instructions. We can already smell it! Check out ShakenTogetherLife.com to get the free download! Source: TheCardsWeDrew.com 8. Turkey Lip Balm Card This gift is as simple as printing the card and sticking a fall-colored EOS lip balm to the front! The cute turkey design makes it perfect for Thanksgiving, and couldn’t be much easier to whip up. Head to TheCardsWeDrew.com for the download! RELATED POSTS 10 Festive Christmas Teacher Gifts For $5 And Under 10 Cute Homemade Teacher Gifts For Under $5! 70+ Fabulous Teacher Gifts For This School Year The post 8 Quick & Simple Thanksgiving Teacher Gifts appeared first on Life As Mama.