• 120 different card designs with the themes of affirmations, compliments and inspirational messages.
• 20 mini-note cards with prompts for students to write their own messages.
All About the Teacher Book From the Students Perspective
How to Make it:
- What is the silliest or funniest thing Mrs. Smith has said this year? Done this year?
- What is your favorite memory of Mrs. Smith’s class?
- How would you describe Mrs. Smith? or What one word would you use to describe Mrs. Smith?
- Why do you think Mrs. Smith became a teacher? or Why do you think Mrs. Smith is a teacher?
- What is the kindest thing Mrs. Smith has said or done for you this year?
- What is your favorite Mrs. Smith saying? (Ex. does your child repeat or quote Mrs. Smith at home)
- What do you think Mrs. Smith does all summer? or on weekends?
- What character trait would you use to describe Mrs. Smith?
- What makes Mrs. Smith a great teacher?
- What is your favorite part of the day in Mrs. Smith’s class?
- Where would you send Mrs. Smith on a vacation? or Where do you think Mrs. Smith would like to go on vacation?
- What movie or TV character does Mrs.Smith remind you of?
- What is your favorite thing Mrs. Smith has taught you this year?
- Favorite activity/project/field trip?
- What do you think Mrs. Smith was like when she was in kindergarten?
- What do you think is the easiest part of Mrs. Smith’s job?
- What do you think is the hardest part of Mrs. Smith’s job?
- What color reminds you of Mrs. Smith?
- What animal reminds you of Mrs. Smith?
- Story/Parent comments: a quick fun note or story your child has come home one day and told you or a short thank you.
Page Titles for the book:
- Silliest or Funniest Thing Mrs. Smith Did This Year
- Who is Mrs. Smith
- Favorite Memory of the School Year
- Why Did Mrs. Smith become a Teacher
- Mrs. Smith always Says
- Mrs. Smith’s Summers and Weekends
- Mrs. Smith’s a Great Teacher Because
- Favorite Part of the School Day
- Mrs. Smith’s Vacation Destinations
- Mrs. Smith Reminds Me of…
- Mrs. Smith’s Colors
- Mrs. Smith in “Kindergarten”
- Easiest Part of Mrs. Smith’s Job
- Hardest Part of Mrs. Smith’s Job
- If Mrs. Smith Were an Animal
- Words of Appreciation
Handprint Class Garden
Teacher Alphabet Poem
4) Surprise Garden
How to Make a surprise garden:
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