This is the perfect time to take a moment to show your appreciation to teachers for all the effort they put in each day to teach.
TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK is held each year in May. Showing appreciation doesn't have to be expensive. Have your child write a note, in their own words, to express their gratitude. Have your teacher fill out a list of their 'favorite' things and create a gift basket for them. Thank your child's teacher in person, by specifically naming things they have done to help your child thrive. Bring flowers from your garden or send in a homemade treat. Buy something special for the classroom. Whether you decide to purchase a gift or make something for your teacher, the most important part is to tell them THANK YOU!
Every year we struggle with the best way to recognize our children's teachers and over the years we have done everything from having the kids write their teacher a special letter to purchasing a gift card.
Whether you decide to purchase a gift or make something for your teacher, the most important part is to tell them THANK YOU and let them know that you appreciate all that they do.
There are some fun gift and craft ideas on Pinterest that you might want to use.
BREAKFAST & COFFEE
LETTERS & POEMS
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS
AFTER SCHOOL FUN
TEACHER'S LOUNGE SURPRISE
Spend time brainstorming with other parents and the kids and customize something special that fits for your teacher.
We also invite you to post your own below in the comments. ..
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