Popular ideas, templates, clip art, and planning tools to help you celebrate your teachers in May (and all throughout the year).
Step-by-step instructions, an ingredient list, and a video tutorial will walk you through how to create the perfect supply cake.
Big, in-person theme lunches are out. To-go meals and digital messages are in. Creative ways to thank teachers and staff this spring and all year long.
Essential advice for upgrading your school’s teachers lounge.
54 ways to show teachers and staff you care, from inexpensive student gifts to theme meals.
Our best suggestions for ways to show teachers and staff that you appreciate all they do—even if you don’t have a lot of time or resources for planning.
TeacherLists can help your group manage your school’s teacher wish list program right online, at no cost.
Appreciation gifts for $5 or less will help you say thanks without breaking the bank.
A look at how giving teachers the love they deserve has spread well beyond parent groups during this spring's school closures.
From a "woot woot wagon" to a cleaning supplies buffet, you'll find inspiration in our newly updated collection of PTO-inspired ideas (41 and counting!) to show your teachers you care.
Ideas for organizing a breakfast to show teachers you care during Teacher Appreciation Week or any time of year.
Ways to take the time throughout the year to let your teachers know you appreciate them.
Not crafty? No problem! Check out our quick, inexpensive, and thoughtful ideas you can use on their own or as part of a larger effort.
A favorite for teacher appreciation time.
No teacher gift yet? No stress. We have you covered with our collection of 50 great ideas.
Need an idea for a Teacher Appreciation gift? Print one of our gift tags for quick inspiration.
Follow these tips to make any teacher appreciation effort a hit.
Fresh, fun, and low-cost gift ideas to show teachers and staff how much you care! And no, there are no coffee mugs.
Show your school's teachers some love with these parent-group-tested appreciation ideas.
Knowing what matters most to teachers can help parent groups target their efforts more effectively.
Despite the best of intentions, some of the things parent groups do can drive teachers crazy.