If there was ever a year to spoil the people who spend almost a year loving and supporting our precious kiddos, it is this one. Our teachers have been thrown into a whole year of changing up how they teach PLUS helping our kids manage a school year of constant change. Teachers work hard every year to build a routine for our kids, and this year made that task incredibly difficult, or even impossible. I so appreciate how my kiddos have felt loved this year through all the added stress their teachers have endured. Not to mention, how well they stayed on top of keeping the kids on track in their learning.
Here is something I made for my kids to give to their teachers this week. Teachers love a touching note or reminder that they are appreciated. Can be used for Teacher Appreciation Week, End of the School Year, or just because.
Sending letters in the mail isn’t something our kids get to do much so they always seem to find the idea of an envelope and letter to be pretty exciting. This is a perfect last minute craft for your kiddo to bring to their teacher this week. Or, for throwing in your gift bag.
When opened, this adorable envelope makes a flip book to tell teachers why we appreciate them so much. Watch the video to see how easily it can be assembled.
Your kids can add their own artwork for the stamp and on each page. I printed the envelope on cardstock and the inside pages on regular printer paper.
Click below to download the printable craft!