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Printable Cards for Teacher Appreciation Week

Celebrate teacher appreciation week with these free printable cards! They’re an easy and thoughtful way to say thank you to a teacher.

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Teacher Appreciation Week might not be the most widely celebrated holiday, but it is one that’s near and dear to my heart.

As a former teacher, I know exactly how hard educators work and how much of their time, energy, and heart goes into teaching young people every single day. So I truly love to shower my kids’ teachers with thanks and encouragement.

Teacher Appreciation Printable Cards

These printable cards are a quick and easy way to show your child’s teacher that you are thinking about them and that you appreciate the time and care they show their classes!

Psst — we have an incredible library of printables, so I rounded up some others that I think you’ll love! Be sure to pin your favorites to easily find them again later.

teacher appreciation week printable

Appreciation Cards for Every Day of the Week

I love these little cards because there’s one for each day of Teacher Appreciation Week. They’re labeled Monday through Friday, so be sure to give the correct card on the corresponding day.

It’s a fun and encouraging way to give your child’s teacher some encouragement and thanks all week long!

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Fun Ways to Say Thank You To a Teacher

I also love the idea of adding a little gift or trinket on any or all of the days of the week. Here are a few ideas:

  • A small bouquet of flowers
  • Supplies for staying healthy (hand sanitizer, wipes, Kleenex)
  • Class supplies (pencils, glue sticks, or anything age-appropriate to their grade level)
  • A Target or Amazon gift card
  • A certificate for dinner at their favorite restaurant

That being said, when I was a teacher, the thing I prized most was a heartfelt note or card from a student or parent. So don’t feel like you have to spend money for it to be meaningful!

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How to Put Together The Teacher Appreciation Week Cards

  1. Start by downloading the file or files that you like.
  2. Print the files onto white cardstock. If you just want the front of the printable, you’ll just need to print page one. If you want the stripes on the back of the printable as well, print both pages.
  3. Once printed, use a glue stick to adhere the two pages together (if you printed both of them), with wrong sides facing each other.
  4. Use scissors or a paper trimmer to cut out each of the five cards, trimming around the colored border of each card.
  5. Help your child write a message on each card; there’s a different card for every day of the week.
  6. Have your child sign each card. Deliver the cards to teacher on the corresponding days of Teacher Appreciation Week!

Download the Teacher Appreciation Week Cards Here

Just enter your info below to get the free Teacher Appreciation Week cards and I’ll send the download file straight to your inbox!

The file comes with two pages — one is the front side of the cards and one is the striped pattern, which I added to the back of the cards. You can choose whether or not to use the pattern.

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teacher appreciation week printable

Thank You Teachers!

If you are a teacher, thank you so much for what you do! As a parent, I am so deeply appreciative of the people who care for and educate our children.

Being a teacher is noble work and I hope these Teacher Appreciation Week printables help you thank the teachers in your life! xoxo

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teacher appreciation week printable

Printable Teacher Appreciation Week Cards

Yield: Teacher Appreciation Card
Active Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $1

Materials

  • White cardstock
  • Printable file
  • Glue stick

Tools

  • Printer
  • Scissors or paper trimmer

Instructions

  1. Start by downloading the file or files that you like. If you just want the front of the printable, you'll just download that one. If you want the stripes on the back of the printable as well, download both files.
  2. Print the files onto white cardstock.
  3. Once printed, use a glue stick to adhere the two pages together (if you printed both of them), with wrong sides facing each other.
  4. Use scissors or a paper trimmer to cut out each of the five cards, trimming around the colored border of each card.
  5. Help your child write a message on each card; there's a different card for every day of the week.
  6. Have your child sign each card. Deliver the cards to teacher on the corresponding days of Teacher Appreciation Week!

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