Teachers and nurses are hardworking, dedicated, and compassionate professionals whose efforts make a difference in the lives of students, patients, and their families. Unfortunately, this group of people rarely receives the recognition they deserve.
1. Do something small every day
For a memorable and fun weeklong celebration, plan something small each day of the week. It's especially important to include everyone in your appreciation celebration, and especially relevant for nurses who have varying schedules.
2. Give a gift
Budgets are tight, and it can be tough to get everyone a gift during Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week. Include just one gift in your plans to save money. You can shop by price on Baudville.com, and check out our quantity discounts for great deals. We have awesome teacher gifts and nurse gifts that everyone will love.
3. Say thank you
The most important thing you can do during Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week is say thank you. A handwritten thank you note remains one of the most desired forms of recognition for employees of all industries, so make sure your thank you is heard loud and clear!
For fun and free thank yous, visit Baudville.com. We have Print and Posts for Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week, and I can guarantee your recipients will have oodles of fun with them. We also have ePraise cards specifically for Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week. ePraise is an easy, free, and fast way to say thank you to teachers and nurses.