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I shared a low-cost teacher appreciation idea a few years ago, and today I am going to share a no-cost teacher appreciation idea. Sure, gift cards are definitely king when it comes to teacher gifts, but I don’t think you have to spend money to put a smile on their face.
Now when it comes to filling these sorts of things out I think its best NOT to coax or assist too much, if at all. The charm of it is the kids interpreting the questions and their teacher the way they want. I did have to read the questions to my Kindergartner (mostly for time’s sake). If they are stuck on something I try to just rephrase the question until they seem to get an idea. Oh, and I told them they are only allowed to put “nice” as an answer once, otherwise they would probably have put “she is nice” for half of the blanks ;).
The beauty of this puppy is you don’t need a color printer! Above is my second grader’s version. I love his answer “it depends” as to how his teacher feels at the end of every day.
This would be great with a plate of cookies, an amazon gift card, school supplies, tissues (in my observation, you can never have too many tissues in a elementary school classroom), or just all by itself.
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