It’s time to start getting ready for teacher’s appreciation week and to show our teachers some love I made these Take 5 for a Job Well Done teacher’s appreciation gifts. I was standing in the line at the grocery store when a Take 5 candy bar caught my eye. The name caught instantly had my attention, but when I looked closer and found these words on the label, sweet, salty, chewy, caramel, pretzels, chocolate, & peanut butter, I knew that these little gems would be a perfect little treat – they sound like the world’s perfect candy bar. How have I missed them all my life? Not only do I love all the flavors that are combined into this candy bar, I love the sentiment behind it’s name – Take 5. I thought it was a fabulous way to let teachers know how much they are appreciated, but I also think it would be fun to stick one of these tags on a candy bar for after that big test, tryout, or audition. The options are endless. Wouldn’t these be perfect for team moms to hand out after games? Or even to give to a coach after the last game? I think they’d even be appropriate for a boss to leave on an employee’s desk or in their mailbox just to show a little appreciation. What do you think? Do you have other ideas for ways to put these to use?
Take 5 For a Job Well Done Appreciation Gifts
To make these appreciation gifts, all you need to do is use the following links to download and print tags. You can use scissors to cut them out, or you can use a 2.5 inch circle punch for the large set of tags or a 2 inch circle punch for the small tags. I like to use the large tags to attach to candy jars or other containers, but find the smaller tags more suitable for individual candy bars (punch a hole in both the wrapper and the tag like I did here) or even a stack tied together.
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