Some would say teaching is the most rewarding job, but I know some teachers who feel as though it can sometimes be a thankless job as well. Well, let's help them feel loved, especially during Teacher Appreciation Week, with these tips:
1. Decorate. Make the hallways, teacher break room, and their desks feel like a celebration is awaiting them! Cause who doesn't love streamers, balloons and a personal card?
2. Have food. I think we all know how to get a party started . . . with FOOD! So, why not throw a pizza party, bring in bagels, or be budget-friendly and host a potluck. (Check out some delicious potluck recipes here!)
3. Thank them. Have students write thank you notes to each of the teachers. Including the students will add a nice personal touch!
5. Make it a celebration! Whatever it is you do, make sure they feel appreciated all week long. Add a recognition theme to the week and plan little gifts or games around that to give an even special pop!