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Teacher Appreciation Week
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Teacher Appreciation gifts don’t have to be expensive, or elaborate, they just need to be thoughtful. Our school normally does one day each week that is focused on the word TEACH – so Monday is letter T, through to Friday being letter H.
For this post I’m going to focus on the letter ‘H’, which for me means to lend a ‘Helping Hand’. The kids in the class have reading buddies at a local middle school, and the teacher asked me to come up with a fun craft project using lollipops that the kids could make and give to their reading buddies to thank them for spending so much time reading with them throughout the school year.
So I made these superhero lollipops:
And then I spent some time in the classroom teaching the kids (in small groups of four students at a time) how to make one for each of their reading buddies.
Today's Teacher Appreciation Week letter is 'C'. It was suggested that this be for candy or chocolate, but unless you know your child's teacher really well I would avoid giving candy or chocolate as they may have allergies, or simply might not like sugary treats.
Instead, I opted to go sugar-free with our gift today.
I asked the kids which items they use most in class and which ones they thought the teacher was running low of. Aside from the items I used above they also suggested colored pencils and Elmer's glue sticks.
The inside of the cake is three storage containers in assorted sizes.
Today's teacher appreciation week gift begins with the letter 'E' for educational. We were asked to provide school supplies to the teacher if possible.
I was inspired by this post from Happy Clippings that I had seen floating around Pinterest.
Miss M and I went to Staples and she showed me the pencils they use for writing in the classroom. We picked up a box of 48 for under $6.
The kids are celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week at school this week. Just like last year, they are celebrating with the word TEACH. So throughout this week I'll be sharing what we gave to the teacher each day.
Today is 'T' for Thank you.
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This week the twins school celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week. The school decided to celebrate each day using the word TEACH. Monday: 'T' –…
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