Candy Thank You Notes

A friend recently sent me pictures of cute notes the principal gave each teacher during the “home stretch” of the school year:

crunch mint

mounds

 

They’re basically a double whammy of feel-good-ness! The recipient will feel good to know they’re appreciated and their taste buds will feel good to have a yummy treat! This would work for Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, end of the year, thanking volunteers or for a mid-year pick-me-up. I decided to make my own version of these little thank you notes. Here they are:

thank you - crunch thank you - mint

thank you - mound

 

I left blank space at the bottom so I can attach a piece of candy to the bottom. Here are the free PDF files for your printing pleasure!
Candy Thank you note- crunch
Candy Thank you note- Mint
Candy Thank you note- Mound

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Teacher Appreciation Door

dance doorI like how this door includes a picture of each kid dancing, since dance is the theme of the door. That could make for a really cute bulletin board also. Choose a verb and take a picture of each kid doing the verb. Use the photos as the decoration on your bulletin board.

This also reminds me of how important it is for teachers and their students to show gratitude to others. I used to allow my kids to make thank-you cards for staff and teachers as fast-finisher activities sometimes. It’s so important to teach upcoming generations about gratitude. Hopefully we are each doing our part to show thanks ourselves and teaching younger people to be thankful.