Don’t we have some fabulous teachers in this world? I know we have been blessed with some great teachers. I often work in my child’s classroom, and sometimes I swing by Starbucks on the way. I don’t yet know my children’s teacher’s favorite drinks so I haven’t yet brought them a treat. In fact, I don’t know many of their favorites. Therefore, I came up with the idea to make a Teacher’s Favorites Printable. With the information you can gather with this free printable, you can find fun ways to say “thank you” to your favorite teachers throughout the year.
Are you the room mom in your child’s class? This year I get the opportunity to be room mom in Kenzie’s classroom. I decided that I would have her teacher fill out this printable. Then, I made copies for all the parents. I sent these home in our child’s Friday folder so all of the parents have this information. I want to be collecting fun ideas for room moms throughout this year. This sheet will really come in handy when it comes to teacher appreciation time. You will already have all the information you need to bring your favorite teacher their favorite things.
You don’t need to be a room mom to do this idea. You can do this just for your own information, take the initiative to acquire the information for the other moms in the class or pass along this printable to whatever mom is in charge of these things. I am sure she would appreciate your ideas and contributions.
Free “Teacher’s Favorite Things Printable” – Simply click on the link, and it will take you to the online PDF. You can print the page from there. I don’t know if it is obvious in the picture, but this is a grey and yellow printable. If you want to save on ink and costs, just change the setting to print in black and white rather than color.
I hope you take the time to honor hard working teachers throughout the year. Little random acts of kindness can really brighten their day. I also think building positive working relationships with the teachers only benefits your child. When you build relationship with them, they know that you aren’t the parent who only comes in when there is an issue or complaint.
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:11