After a year defined by hybrid learning, virtual classes, and school safety measures, teachers now more than ever deserve our appreciation and gratitude. For Teacher Appreciation Week in early May 2021, here are teaching-related posters for you to download and hang up at home or in the classroom, plus a few bonus cards for anyone who wants to thank a special teacher in their life.
Posters and Cards for Teacher Appreciation Week
Need something to brighten up a wall or billboard? Check out the following acrostic poem for Teacher Appreciation Week. Enjoy it as is, or have students color in the images!
The poster comes in two sizes—the standard 8.5x11 inches and 18x24 inches. Check out the Teacher Appreciation Week poster below and choose which version suits your classroom more!
Thank You Cards
If there's a teacher in your life you want to express your gratitude for, try out one of these printable Thank You Cards. With several options to choose from, these are also optimized for coloring, so you or a student can customize it as desired. For those at home, any one of these cards may also be added to an email for a teacher.
Missed Teacher Appreciation Week? Send some of the alternative options provided below at any point during the year to celebrate educators' hard work!
Daily Mindfulness Poster
Social-emotional learning is a subject that's often top-of-mind for teachers when it comes to their students. Although educators strive to bring a sense of comfort and safety to their classrooms, they can sometimes neglect their own self-care in favor of working long hours.
This Daily Mindfulness Poster was created to remind you to take a moment to breathe and center yourself each morning before you start class, whether you're a student or a teacher. This poster also comes in two sizes.
For more ideas on how to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week this year, check out the blogs below!
Looking for the perfect way to say “Thank-you” to educators? We’ve collected Teacher Appreciation Week ideas from principals and administrators across the country. Feel free to steal or revamp them as you please.
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