Wow. It's been a year. And we can't be more appreciative of the teachers who stood by our kids during this trying school year. Now that we have a moment to breath, I love the idea fo giving thanks with these Teacher Thank You Notes. 

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Free Printable Teacher Thank You Notes

We worked with one of our favorite graphic designers to come up with these printables for your kids. We have adorable Mad Lib-style Dear Teacher notes (with and without fill-in-the-blank prompts) and simple Thank You foldover note cards.

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This project is pretty simple. We tried to do all the work for you. All you'll need to create these projects is a terrific color printer (we love the Epson EcoTank and some nice card stock for the paper. 

Print Teacher Mad Lib Note Here

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Getting Started with your Thank You's

As we all know, kids have a special, um, way with words. So let them speak for themselves in an easy to complete Thank You note for teacher. Wrap it up with some pretty ribbon and it's a unique and completely personal gift a teacher will remember. You can mail it or drop it off (from a distance). If you want to take it to the next level, have your kids learn to address envelops here

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Blank Printables for Teachers

If your kiddos want to draw or to make a more personal note, we've got you covered with our simple and sweet "Dear Teacher" foldover notes. Simply print and let your child pour out his/her feelings and send the love!

Print the Momtrends foldover notes here.

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Adding a Little Gift

If you feel inspired, it's nice to send a little gift too. Like most schools, our girl's school is trying to be as green as possible. They've really cut down on waste and are encouraging everyone to use refillable bottles. That's where Tervis comes in.

Customize a Tervis tumbler for your teacher here. Upload a photo and turn a reusable tumbler into a keepsake. 



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