Be Inspired: End-of-the-Year Student Gifts

As much as I have been counting down the days until summer, it is incredible to think how fast time has flown by this school year.

Of course as the school year is winding down, I have been so busy preparing for my summer job, planning final lesson plans, completing report cards and comments, filling out last minute documents and data collections, working through my summer grad course, packing my classroom to move grades, and the list goes on.

With that, I realized I have a little over a week to think about End-of-the-Year gifts for my students!

I decided to compile a list of great student gift ideas that are easy and affordable.  I hope these are some helpful last minute ideas for teachers like myself!

So get ready and be inspired:

1. Bubbles with Fun via School is a Happy Place

2. Have a Kool summer via The Crafted Sparrow 

3. have a Krazy Kool summer! via Drama Mama's Little Corner

4. It's Been a Ball! via Literacy Loves Company

5. Let's Chalk it Up! via Landeelt

6. Future so bright via Lessons with Laughter

7. Summer Kit for Life Buckets via Lessons with Laughter

8. This year Flew by! via happy home fairy

10. Water Bottle via The Polka-Dotted Teacher

11. Science Kits via Teach-A-Roo

12. End-of-the-Year DVD via One Sharp Bunch

14. Jump for Joy via Our Thrifty Ideas

15. S'more time via Lori Flaglor

16. Brighten up each & every day via Melly Moments

17. Make a splash and have a ball! via A Place Called Joy

18. Beach Ball (with sight words or student signatures) via The Happy Teacher

19. Writing letters via Pinterest (I wish I could find where this creative idea came from!)

20. Photo Bookmark via Nearly Crafty

I can't decide which inspiration gift idea to do for my kiddos!  What are some of your favorites?

Be inspired,
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  1. The bubbles and sunglasses are cute! And I've always had an odd affection for beach balls!


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