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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.
You can share your kid’s creations with me by using #partylikeacherry or by tagging me! It totally makes my day when you guys do that.
And if you are looking for another teacher appreciation gift idea be sure to check out these free printable tags. And if your starting to think about how you are going to survive summer, head over here for my summer fun kit ;).