Tuesday, May 5, 2020

End of the Year 2020

Wow, have we been on a ride this school year!  How are you ending your school year?  Some of us are still teaching.  It's been a challenge for many of us to learn to teach from home and for our students to learn from home.  Right now it's more about connecting with students and families rather than teaching our students new concepts.  Some of us want to make the last couple of weeks of school fun and memorable!

I created this Bingo that can be used on the last week of school. You can download it for FREE.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/End-of-the-Year-Bingo-Freebie-5544154#show-price-update
Students can place a sticker or draw a star on each square that they complete.  They can keep marking their squares until they make a Bingo.  You can also assign them a blackout Bingo or a four corners Bingo.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/End-of-the-Year-Bingo-Freebie-5544154#show-price-update

For those that would still like to hold an awards ceremony, I have some certificates that you may like.  I tried to make them fun and creative! You can probably give them 2 or 3 certificates, it's okay to repeat them.  I tried to come up with some that could be given even to those students that didn't do much of online learning. The certificates will be a temporary Freebie, so download them now and share this post with your teacher friends, so they can download them too.  By the way, it's available in Spanish as well.
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/End-of-the-Year-Online-Learning-Certificates-5544238
I hope everyone has a great end of the school year!  I know that many of us have been working overtime and are ready for a good long break.


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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Gift Tags for Beginning of the Year Teacher Gifts

Are you ready to go back to school?  I know a lot of parents are thrilled that their precious children are going back to school!  I can tell you that us teachers never feel quite rested enough to go back to school, but we also get excited to see our new little friends walk through the door on the first day of school!

As a teacher, I'm excited to go back to school and begin our new adventure every year.  As a mom, I'm secretly excited that someone else is going to "help" me with my sassy little daughter most of the day!  She's a handful to have at home all day long for several weeks!  As we go back to school, I deeply appreciate everything her teacher will do for her to help her grow.

To show my appreciation, I have decided to get her teacher a few little gifts.  No matter what the gifts are, teachers will get excited when their students bring them a little something.  It's always nice to know that someone appreciates them a little bit and remembers them.

So, here are some easy, inexpensive, and quick gifts that you can get your child's teacher on the first few days of school to show your appreciation!

Once you have decided on a gift, just print out these gift tags on white cardstock, cut them out, and attach them with some ribbon and a hole punch.

By the way, the gift tags are FREE and you can find them HERE!


 

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Teacher Appreciation Days

How are you showing appreciation to your child's teacher?  This year, I decided that I was going to send my daughter's teacher one gift each day of the week during Teacher Appreciation Week!  I have to say that it feels good to be nice to someone that's been nice to my child all year long!

So, to be able to accomplish my goal, I had to find small, affordable gifts to give her.  I also wanted to make the gifts look cute, because attaching a cute gift tag makes a huge difference!
To make most of these cute gifts that your child's teacher will adore, you just need the gift, the tags printed on white cardstock and cut out (I made them all squares and rectangles to make it easier for you to cut out), a hole punch, and some ribbon.

You can find the Teacher Appreciation Tags here.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


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