I love giving my students a little something now and then! Sometimes it’s to celebrate the first day, a birthday, a special accomplishment, and even the end of the school year!
My own kids have also loved giving their friends a little something at the end of the year, so here are three quick and easy ideas for class gifts!
Here are three Quick, Easy, and Inexpensive gifts for your little learners!
I picked up 8 packs of bubbles ( I think I paid $2.97 for each 8 pack). I typed up this little cute poem to give it a personal touch! I gave these to students on the last day when we also celebrated bubble day (Click here for my Bubble Fun Resource).
Make a pencil a snazzy little gift by picking up some fun prints (Do yourself a favor and skip the ones with the thick plastic design) and adding a little flag! These were gifts from my son to his class, but the whole pack of 24 pencils was $2.97! You could definitely modify your little flags to say ” I hope your birthday is on point” or “I hope your school year is on point” or even “I hope your New Year is on point!”
If you want to add a little more, you could put them in a little baggie and add a cool eraser and a manual pencil sharpener.
I love this chalk gift! Again I got a 36 pack of chalk for $2.97 (+ $1 for baggies) which was perfect for my son’s class and my past students. I’ve used this idea for years and students love them! Once again you can use this any time of year just fill in the blank! “I Hope _______ is Chalk Full Of Fun!”