Quick post today for a super easy and insanely cheap teacher gift for the end of the year–that teachers will actually like!
As the end of the school year approaches, you want to tell your child’s school or daycare teacher “thank you” in a cute yet inexpensive way. Well here’s a perfect idea that costs less than $2! This really helps if you have a handful of teachers, aides, etc. that you’d like to buy gifts for. Here’s the deal:
Step 1. Buy Burt’s Bees Chapstick
Burt’s bees chapstick is awesome and right now it’s super inexpensive. Like, the lowest on record! Get it from Amazon for just $2.88 for a 2-pack.
That’s only $1.44 a piece, which is insanely cheap. It’s a great natural, moisturizing, and smooth chapstick that both male and female teachers would use. These are regularly priced at almost $4 each.
*The chapstick is an Add-on item, which means need to add it to an order of $25 or more. So by the chance that there’s something on your wishlist or in your shopping cart already that you’ve been waiting to buy…as long as it’s in your budget…now’s the time to buy. Snag this deal before it’s gone.
Step 2. Add a Tag or Thank You Note
Either use a cute printable or write your own card thanking the teacher for “Bee-ing” a great teacher or how your child was So lucky to “Bee” your student this year.
Add the chapstick and voila!
Here are a bunch of cute bee ideas and printables I found using the chapstick. Take your pic. 🙂
If you’d like to personalize the card, teachers love hearing special moments that stood out for your child this year. Those memories and expressions of gratitude mean the most to a teacher.
A quality tube of chapstick is just icing on the….lips.
Step 3. You’re Done
Cross that off your To Do List and have fun practicing gratitude with your kids and enjoying spring!
While you’re at it, add an extra set to your Amazon cart. I can’t be the only one that has chapstick in each vehicle, purse, the bathroom, my coat pocket…am I?
These can also come in handy for those Just “Bee”-cause gifts too. Snag this deal before it’s gone.
“Bee” smart with your money! Gift buying doesn’t have to be expensive. Check out this post for even more ways to save money on gift buying, insurance, food, tv and more.
Let your light shine,