This thank you note to teachers is a cute way for your child to explain exactly what they like about their great teacher this year! A fill-in-the-blank printable makes it easy! Thanking a good teacher for their hard work doesn’t need to be hard or expensive – writing a thank you note can be the perfect way for your child to show how much they value them.

Looking for other ways to honor a teacher who goes the extra mile to teach our children? Be sure to browse through all our teacher appreciation ideas. I am sure you will find the perfect way to thank your child’s teachers, whether they are high school, elementary, or preschool teachers. If your school celebrates teachers the entire week, be sure to browse our many Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas.
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Thank you note to teacher

Teacher appreciation week is rapidly approaching! Even if you already have a gift picked out for your teacher, this Thank You Note to Teacher Printable will go perfectly with it. It’s a fun way for your little ones to let their wonderful teacher know how much they’re appreciated with simple, fill-in-the-blank questions.

Teachers will love this personalized touch from their student. Writing it will also help your child reflect on why their teacher is so special and how they make learning fun!

Do you want to say thanks too? Use this free printable Thank You Card for you to also express your gratitude to your child’s teacher.

thank you note to teacher

As I had my son write down his answers, it was interesting to see what he liked best about his teacher and what his favorite subjects in school are. This was a great way for me as a parent to see through his eyes the best things about his teacher and learn more about how she made learning fun for him.

Sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin when you want to express gratitude for all the things a teacher does. The open-ended sentences of this template are great because they prompt kids to describe teaching styles, and the specific ways teachers deliver lessons and encourage participation – all in a creative and sincere way.

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Thank You Note to Teacher Printable

Your kiddos will have fun writing these letters to their teacher, and teachers will feel so lucky to receive this simple and thoughtful note!

Behind the Design: Megan is the owner and creator behind Short Stop Designs. Graphic design is her creative outlet, and she loves sharing her designs with others who need something new to spice up their home or are in search of a cute printable to go along with a gift. Aside from keeping up with her blog, her 3 active children keep her busy all while trying to survive the life of an Army wife.

More Teacher Appreciation Ideas

You know there is more! I love celebrating teachers! Here are some more perfect teacher appreciation ideas to involve the kids in reflecting on their teachers’ hard work this year. I hope you will find something fun to make the best teacher gifts ever!

Rolo Pencils for Teacher – These pencils are such a fun way to show your gratitude. They’re easy to put together with our pencil printable, a few Rolo candies, topped with a Hersey’s Kiss.

Best Teacher Bar None – You can’t go wrong with chocolate! This printable comes in two sizes, a regular or king-sized Hershey’s bar. Your teacher will feel like they hit the jackpot when they have this waiting for them on their desk.

Best Teacher Ever Coloring Page – This coloring page is just one of many printable activities we have for kids to help show how much they appreciate that special teacher. For a custom Teacher Appreciation Day card, print this page out on cardstock and color!

These are all great ways to mark Teacher Appreciation Week in the first week of May. They also make nice thank-you gifts at the end of the school year.

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  1. Hello Angie, the link is under the picture. I made it into a download button to make it easier to see.

  2. I was not able to print the Thank You letter. I clicked on each graphic and there’s no link. Thank you for the freebies, though!

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