Tuesday, May 3rd is National Teacher Appreciation Day. That means you have less than a week to get your act together and find a nice way to show some love to all the hard-working teachers in your life. No worries though, I’ve put together an educator’s survival guide that’s brimming with trinkets every good teacher could use. And of course I’ve included a few free printables so you can make one of your very own. Click through for the goods.
Along with some fun supplies, every teacher can use a daily dose of inspiration. I whipped up this bookmark as a reminder of what an important job they do. You can get the template here – just print on card stock, cut it out, and you’re all set.
This bookmark was made for C’s toddler group teacher (Teacher Susy) so the message is intended for teachers of younger kids. If you have older children, it would be a nice touch to have them come up with a message of their own for their teachers.
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