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Objectives reflect on the important role of teachers. Why not capitalize on this "teachable moment" by having students write a letter of appreciation to a teacher they had in years past?
The "gift" of their writing about a special memory won't cost much just the cost of a stamp if the letter needs to be mailed and the letter that a student sends will likely be a treasured memento and even an inspiration -- a reminder to that teacher of why he or she entered the profession in the first place.
Start the lesson by asking students to share a memorable moment from a previous teacher. What did you learn from that teacher? Is there a positive moment that stood out? A lesson that stood out as special?
Something that teacher did that was extra kind or interesting or funny? If a few students will share ideas, that will help get the other students' "juices" flowing Once students have an idea about the teacher they would like to write to, they should compose a friendly letter that shares special greetings for Teacher Appreciation Week and a few "random thoughts of kindness.Write a Letter to Santa is a great activity to help children write a letter to Santa.
By following the step by step guide, children can create their letter and then print it! Kids can focus on content while the application takes care of formatting. My kids were so excited to write a letter to Santa this year! In fact they have written a few. I made a cute Santa Card for their letters.
and wanted to share! (Stay tuned for my Cookies for Santa sign and Thank you note next week) I made a version for both younger and older kids.
Since. Write a Teacher-Appreciation Letter Subjects Arts & Humanities --Language Arts Grades Brief Description Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week by having students write a letter . Got a Christmas list?
We'll make sure Mr. Claus knows all about it! For every letter we receive, Macy's will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish ®, up to $1 million! You're helping to give children the strength.
* Write a letter to your child and sign it from Santa * Place this letter into an envelope addressed to your child with the return address from SANTA, NORTH POLE (Please make sure you have a First-Class® stamp affixed to the envelope).
Free to download, personalize, and print. Click any stationery design to see a larger version and download it. Three Large Snowmen. Santa Claus Red White Green Candy Cane Border. Large Elf. Santa Portraits Poinsettia Border.
Santa Portrait Colorful Lights.