Teacher Appreciation Week is almost here! The time of year where we get an opportunity to thank the wonderful people who help our children and impact their futures.
For the last two years we’ve celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week by making small gifts for the teachers in our lives. This year is no exception! And thanks to the wonderful world wide web, we’ve found some great (and easy) projects to help us out.
Our first project comes from Jen over at The Suburban Mom. She created this adorable (and free!) printable:
There are so many things I love about this letter! First, my son could write (a new skill he learned this year), draw, and he also got to pick out the colors he used… This finished product completely embodies his personality!
Second, this project was so easy to do! Just head over to The Suburban Mom to grab your free download, then print, and have your child fill it out. This is an extremely hands-off project – parents rejoice!
Third, the questions are easy to answer and capture your child’s memories. I took a bunch of photos to put in my son’s yearly photo book – it’s a great memory keeping piece!
So grab some markers and the free download and have your child start creating! This is such a cute way to thank any teacher in your life! We can’t wait to give ours next week! How are you celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week? Leave a comment below!