I think it’s a nice gesture to bring a gift for the teacher on the first day of school. But I’ll be honest, that day is a bit overwhelming for me and adding one more thing to my plate might make my head pop off. I was feeling a little bad about not sending something this year until it dawned on me that the end of the first week is REALLY when teachers probably need a little pick me up and appreciation. That first week is rough. On everyone! So I looked around on Pinterest to see if there was a cute quick tag I could print out, but I couldn’t find anything!… Read the rest
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I’m excited to share with you all the details from our Circus Themed Teacher Appreciation Week at my son’s elementary school this year. I am part of the Parent Teacher Group and for the last few years I have volunteered to be in charge of Teacher Appreciation Week. I have been SHOCKED at how popular my Travel Themed and Camping Themed posts have been, so give the people more of what they want I guess, so here it is!
This year the theme was “This place would be a ‘Circus’ without you!”… Read the rest
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This year, thanks to COVID we decided to go with the theme, “It’s been a WILD year.” And from there we used hiking, camping and adventure as our inspiration to spoil our teachers (all on a small budget) for Teacher Appreciation Week. I think this can easily be adapted to use every year. I mean, since when are kids NOT wild, right? I’ll share with you today our whole schedule of events along with free printables to help you bang this out! This can be done on a whole school level as a Parent Teacher Organization, or it can be done just on a family level for one individual teacher.… Read the rest
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This was my first time working with the PTA (actually we call it the PTG) on Teacher Appreciation Week. Thank goodness for my girl Tia over at Events to Celebrate. We LOVED her Plane Theme idea and copied a lot of her ideas and put our own twist on others. We did this on a school level, but of course this could be done as a classroom or as an individual as well! Have your child bring a little goody to their teacher each day staying with this fun theme!… Read the rest
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I’ll keep it short and sweet today and keep it to the point of why you’re here- you want to show some love to a teacher in your life! Maybe it’s Teacher Appreciation Week, maybe it’s the end of the school year, maybe it’s their birthday- so many reasons to say “thank you” for all they do for our children.