Top 5 Amazon Prime Gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week

Each year I strive to be a super mom who has everything in her life together including a selection of adorable gifts fully prepared and ready to go before Teacher Appreciation Week. 

But no matter how hard I try to be prepared, Teacher Appreciation Week always sneaks up on me and I find myself scrambling to put together gifts that match the amazingness of my daughters’ teachers. 

Does Teacher Appreciation Week take you by surprise as well? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with this top five list of go-to gifts that you can get through Amazon Prime {Try it FREE for 30 days}.

1. Gift Cards

1. Giftcards 2
1. Giftcards 1

Small gift cards are always appreciated by teachers. Whether it’s for a quick coffee on the way to school or a night off from cooking after a long day, teachers love gift cards. Amazon even has a bookmark gift card that would be perfect for a teacher, as well as Starbucks and Papa John’s gift cards!!

2. Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens or Sharpies

2. Paper Mate Flair Pens
2. Sharpies

I surveyed all of my teacher friends and it’s true, Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens and Sharpies are sought after gifts for teachers. Remember to get them all the colors, not just black. 

3. Keychain Wristlets

3. keychain Laynard aztec Design

Teachers always need free hands that is why keychain wristlets are always a good small gift for a teacher. I love these wristlets that you can get in the handmade section of Amazon.

4. Notecards

4. Little Box of Happy Notecards

Teachers are always having to write notes or send thank you cards, so why not replenish their stock of cute notes cards with ones like the Papyrus Little Box of Happy Notecards. These cheerful designs will brighten his or her day.

5. A Thank You from Your Child

Top 5 Amazon Prime Gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week | Houston Moms BlogOne of the common responses I got from my teacher friends is how much they love sincere thank you notes {or drawings} from the children they teach. These cherished letters are held onto by teachers for years and a great opportunity to teach your child how to express appreciation in the written {or drawn} form. 


You could slip the note in a special book like Because I Had a Teacher by Kobi Yamada. If you need help prompting your child on what to write, try The Teacher Appreciation Book. This is a fill in the blank book where your child will be prompted to finish sentences like, “My teacher always loves when my class…”. 

Not enough? Here’s some extra bonus ideas straight from Amazon Prime :: 


Hopefully, this list of quick ship gifts helps you find the perfect pieces to express appreciation to your favorite teachers this year. 

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