It’s a week until Thanksgiving, and as I sit here thinking about all the things to be grateful for, teachers are at the top of my list. During this pandemic, they have had to pretty much change on a dime and figure out how to make remote learning work for our children. Art teachers are teaching printmaking and woodshop while their students are in their rooms! And all teachers are using every ounce of their patience and flexibility in order to make this year work. They are heroes!
So I’ve made this simple thank-you card that you can print and color and give to all of your best teachers to express your gratitude. You can also use this printable for anyone who has shown you kindness these past few months.
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Supplies for Teacher Printable
~ Click here to download and print the teacher printable
~ Watercolors, markers, paint sticks, crayons, or colored pencils
~ Cardboard (optional)
~ Glue stick (optional)
~ Hole punch (optional)
~ String (optional)
Click here to download the Grateful for Teacher Printable!
How to Make your Teacher Printable
You can decorate your printable two ways: You can either print first, then color. Or make a painting, let it dry, and send it through the printer!
Print First, Then Color
1. Print out your printable, have your child fill it out and color, then either glue it onto some cereal box cardboard with a gluestick and punch some holes to make a hanger, or roll it up and tie it with some string!
Paint First, Then Print
2. Or… you can make a watercolor painting, let it dry, then run it through your printer! You can also glue this to some cardboard and make a hanger, or roll it up and tie it with some string.
One last option is to send it in the mail! This way you can even include a gift card, because we know our teachers deserve all that we can give them.
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