Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2-6! Here are 10 Different Ways for Parents, Teachers, and Students to Say Thanks.
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Are You A Parent? Here Are 10 Things You Can Do.
- Host a "thank you" breakfast for teachers.
- Write a thank you letter to your child's teacher(s).
- Volunteer to help clean a classroom or do another chore to free up a teacher's time.
- Volunteer during the morning rush and hold up signs reminding people to be nice to their teachers.
- Give a gift card to your child's teacher. It could be for classroom supplies or just for fun!
- Help your child make a positive sign to hang on the teacher's door.
- Put fun treats or fun notes in teacher mailboxes.
- Send a letter to the principal praising your child's teacher.
- Offer to take over a class for an afternoon. You could play a game, read a book, or do another fun activity to give teachers an extra break.
Are You A Teacher? Here Are 10 Things You Can Do.
- Hang a big poster board in the teacher's lounge and leave anonymous compliments for each other.
- Think of one teacher in your school who deserves a thank you. Write a letter to them.
- Surprise another teacher with a treat, coffee, or small gift.
- Think of a kind deed you wish someone would do for you--and then go do it for another teacher or school staff member.
- Think of a past teacher who had a positive impact on your life. Find a way to thank them.
- Place positive sticky notes on other teachers' computers or desks so they'll find them.
- Put treats or fun notes in teacher mailboxes one morning.
- Start a "teacher-to-teacher" thank you column in your school newsletter.
- Spruce up a random teacher's desk with fresh flowers.
Are You A Student? Here Are 10 Things You Can Do.
- Write a thank you note to your teachers.
- Offer to help clean your classroom or help with another chore that your teacher normally does.
- Surprise your teachers with a delicious treat!
- Make a big card for your teacher and ask all your classmates to sign it. Present it to your teacher as a class.
- Pay attention in class.
- Share a teacher appreciation message each day of the week during morning announcements.
- Work extra hard this week. Teachers LOVE that!
- Make a positive sign to hang on your teacher's door.
- Bring a flower or bouquet of flowers to your teacher.
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