Teacher Appreciation Week Printable

Teacher Appreciation Week is the first full week of May each year.
Why not have your little one share their thanks with this Teacher Appreciation Week Printable?

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Teacher Appreciation Week Printable Thank You Note; Fill in the Blank. TrishSutton.com

One of the ways our school administration is encouraging the students to show their appreciation is by bringing in different classroom supplies. Each grade level has a suggested item to provide before week’s end at which point our teachers will have the opportunity to sift through the donations and take any needed supplies back to their classrooms. Kindergarten has been assigned Dry Erase Markers.

Teacher Appreciation Week Printable Thank You Note; Fill in the Blank. TrishSutton.com

Along with a package of eight colorful markers and a bouquet of his favorite flower, my little guy is sharing a few words from his heart. He took the time to fill out my printable thank you note to share a few highlights from his first year of elementary school. Knowing his teacher, she will love it! She will undoubtedly love the Sunflowers too.

Teacher Appreciation Week Printable

Teacher Appreciation Week Printable Thank You Note; Fill in the Blank. TrishSutton.com

Simply click on the image above to print a thank you note for your child’s teacher. A few thoughtful minutes of filling in the blanks is a wonderful way to give thanks during Teacher Appreciation Week.

Additional Teacher Gift Ideas:

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Teacher Gift: Jolly Toast Printable
Movie Night Gift Basket
At Home Pedicure Pack
Teacher Gift: Mark My Words Printable

If you happen to be a teacher… many thanks for all of the ways that you give!

Teacher Appreciation Week Printable Thank You Note; Fill in the Blank. TrishSutton.com

About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating messes with her six year old, Trish can often be found watching ESPN whilst debating penalties and plays with her college aged son. Along with tea, Trish could live off of licorice and popcorn. Her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.

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