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Did you know Teacher Appreciation Week is May 6th – 10th this year?
It’s coming up fast and with all 6 of my children in school, I need to be prepared to let all of their teachers know how thankful I am for them!
Almost every year, I bake cookies, a special bread, or make their teachers a freezer meal to have a special treat or a night “off” from cooking. Lasagna is my go-to freezer meal to give to teachers, new moms and friends who need some love. This year we added in this FREE Teacher Appreciation Printable Questionnaire from the kids which turned out to be so fun and cute.
I love the little questionnaires the kids fill out themselves about me for Mother’s Day and I thought it would be fun to create a simple Thank You note for teacher appreciation week that the kids could either fill out themselves, or for the very young kids, like my twins in preschool, I ask them the questions and write verbatim their answers which is actually usually extremely hilarious!
It’s hard to believe that the school year is almost over and summer is just about here! And while I love my children, I am very thankful to the teachers that spend 7 hours a day with my crazy people. I know that it is not always easy to wrangle a room full of children who are hyped up on sugary cereal and keep up with the requirements that the state gives them to meet. If I can make them feel a little extra appreciation, I am going to do it!
This Teacher Appreciation Week Printable is FREE!!!!
Some suggestions to add to this Thank You note for Teacher Appreciation Week:
- Gift Card to Amazon, Target, or Coffee Shop
- Gas Card
- Homemade or Store bought Baked Treats
- Dinner for their family (To-Go Freezer Meal)
- Gift Card for their favorite restaurant
- Coffee Mug
I truly believe the simple gestures really show so much love and appreciation. Don’t worry about going all out for Teacher Appreication Day if your budget can’t afford it. I have six kiddos…. So I can’t do as much as I did when I only had two in school. But I can do something! And I can make sure they know how much my children and I appreciate them.