INSIDE: A free downloadable Fill In The Blank “My Teacher Is Super” teacher appreciation printable.
I am not a teacher. I can barely manage my three kids let alone a room of 20-something constantly moving, hand raising, story sharing children. But I have GREAT appreciation for these unbelievably patient men and women who welcome and embrace my kids five days a week.
So whenever our school has their annual Teacher Appreciation Week, I find it the perfect time to let them know how much they are valued and respected…and their patience level admired.
Here’s a super easy fill-in-the-blank “My Teacher Is Super” printable. Let your kids imagination go wild as they describe the super superhero their teacher is!
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Teacher Appreciation Fill-In-The-Blank Printable
Teachers are considered superheroes, aren’t they? They have the power to remain calm at all times. They have a smile plastered onto their faces, even in the midst of chaos. They have no fear of a room full of kids. And they have eyes in the back of their heads. Superheroes indeed.
Here is a super easy and fun way for kids to describe the superhero their teacher is!
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My 7 year old daughter – a 2nd grader – filled it out for her two classroom teachers. And the answers were super cute! One of the teacher’s – whom she nicknamed “Madame Mercury” – has the super power of walking up stairs really fast. Another classroom teacher knows when the kids are sitting too close to the backpacks and has the super ability to get kids to speak Spanish!
Other DIY Teacher Appreciation Gifts You May Enjoy:
- Use dollar store picture frames to create ruler frames
- Create a teacher coffee mug + thank you note
- Make teacher gift baskets using everyday tin cans
- DIY teacher frame + printable thank you teacher poem
- Reusable first day-last day of school chalkboard
How is your child’s teacher a Superhero? Let me know in the comments.