Are you looking for teacher appreciation ideas because you're involved with your school's PTA and want to plan activities for Teacher Appreciation Week? Or do you need ideas for an individual way to show appreciation to a special teacher?
If you're planning events to make teacher appreciation week special, here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:
Consider helping out at lunchtime
Many teachers are kept busy at lunchtimes with school lunch supervision duties.
One small way to make a big difference is to volunteer to help with supervision duties during your child's lunch time. This gives staff a much appreciated duty free lunch time!
Busy working parents can get involved too ... especially if your school has a breakfast club. Consider asking parents to help out with breakfast club set up, just by arriving 30 minutes early. Or to bring along some healthy breakfast items like fruit or muffins, for all of the children to enjoy.
Show appreciation to your teacher
with a cup of tea or coffee
Consider how your PTA can help by providing teas and coffees to the staff.
It's sure to make breakfast or lunch time a little bit special for the teachers!
And they are sure to appreciate being treated!
People love to be recognised for doing a great job. Consider suggesting that your PTA help with a school assembly during Teacher Appreciation Week ... and make it into a surprise 'Teacher Appreciation Awards Ceremony'. Your head teacher is sure to be happy with this idea!
Every teacher can get an award and you can be very creative with the categories! Here are a few ideas to get you started:
It's easy and inexpensive to create an award certificate for each teacher. You'll find ideas and free printables to help you create teacher appreciation certificates for each teacher at PrintActivities.com
Learn how to make paper flowers
Flowers often help make people feel good. Here are two ways to make a floral teacher appreciation gift extra special.
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