Teacher Appreciation Week is right around the corner, the second week of May! COVID-19 has caused many global changes, but as soon as the outbreak hit the U.S. our teachers hit the ground running and immediately adapted their lesson plan to meet social distancing standards. Although we can’t show appreciation in the classroom this year, there are many other ways you can express gratitude and appreciation from a distance.
- Show Appreciation on Social Media
Share a photo of a teacher on social media expressing your appreciation. You can even create a special picture collage on Canva! This is an easy no-cost gift that will make any teacher feel special.
- Create a Heartfelt Video Message
If you’re tech savvy you could reach out to several parents in your kid’s classroom for a short video message to send directly to a teacher! If you have enough videos, send several each day of Teacher Appreciation Week to remind them how much they mean to you.
- Send an eGift Card
Don’t want to make an unnecessary trip to the store for a gift? No worries! Amazon has you covered when it comes to eGift Cards. Their assortment of eGift Cards will make it easy to find a gift card perfect for your teacher. All you will need is the teacher’s email address to deliver the card!
- Order lunch for curbside pickup or delivery
This is a great way to support local restaurants and make a teacher feel special. Give them a break from cooking and order curbside pickup or delivery from their favorite local restaurant! Eats2Go, DoorDash and Waitr make pick up and deliveries socially distant and easy!
Whichever way you decide to express your appreciation, we know that you’ll make your favorite teacher feel special!