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25 Jul

It’s almost here…  You are starting to see it in the stores with the back to school supplies emerging!  Are you ready to go back to school or send you kiddos off to school?  Even if you aren’t ready for the school time routine to start again, hopefully the Teaching Heart Back to School Party will get you in the mood!  It was so much fun last year, we decided to do it again to say thank you to all our wonderful customers, blog followers, an Teaching Heart Teachers!!!!    Get ready, it’s... 

4 May

For a printables similar to this one: Check out our Teacher Appreciation Packet at http://www.teachingheart.net/teacherappreciation.html Here’s a fun idea for an end of the year gift or a Teacher Appreciation treat.  Collect a list of songs that have the word teacher in them, are about teaching, inspirational, or about children.  Burn those songs on to a CD.  Make a label and insert for the CD and you have a great gift.  I use the CD Stomper System for creating my labels.  I have used it for years and think... 

3 May

Personalize a Candy Bar just for your Teacher!  Here is one I did for a few  Teachers: You can use a Teacher’s Name or just the quote, “Thanks for all you do!” I forgot to take a picture of the back, but you can view a similar backing below.  You can make your own by finding a candy bar template online and designing it to what you wish it to be.  Or click here order the back to school warpper and send in your custom print asking to change the sweet success to your Teacher’s name or anything... 

2 May

Well, you can hope that happens when you give this treat to a teacher!  All you need is to purchase a lottery scratch ticket and attach it to a note that reads; “Sammy is Lucky to Have you For a Teacher!” or “The Students at William Penn are so Lucky you are Their Teacher!”  I am sure you can come up with a saying or two.  Here is my finished product!!! Good Luck to Your Teacher! For a printables similar to this one: Check out our Teacher Appreciation Packet at http://www.teachingheart.net/teacherappreciation.html var... 

1 May

Here’s a super easy and a little Nutty treat!  Get some emerald 100 calorie pack cocoa roast nuts (if you haven’t tried these, they are YUM!) All you do for this one is print out a little note that says,  “We are Nuts about Our Teacher!” or “I’m Nuts over my Teacher.” or “It’s Not Nutty to Think Your Teacher is the Best Nut in the Bag!” – I am sure you can come up with a few more quotes!  Glue the note to the little baggie and it will look... 

30 Apr

Here’s another fun, easy, and inexpensive teacher treat!  I saw this on Skip to My Lou!  I knew I had to make something similar.  So I came up with this:  I made a little graphic in publisher of a penguin holding a latte.  Under the Penguin it says, Thanks A Latte!  You make learning fun!  Isn’t it the cutest? I purchased the disposable travel mugs, mints, a Kashi bar (click the link, these are my faves!), and 100 calorie coffee  (these are yummy too!) mix.  Stuck those... 

29 Apr

var addthis_pub="patcollgallagher";You know my feelings about teachers and people who help educate our children…  WE ROCK!  Appreciate us and those who love your kids when they are learning!!! The next few days I will share some neat-o teacher appreciation ideas.  A gift a day for Teacher Appreciation Week!! First Up Water Bottle, Crystal Light Packet, and Popcorn all warpped up!  I saw this at Stamps and Smiles and thought it was super cute and something teachers would enjoy to refresh their day!!!!  I... 

9 Apr

Is there anyone out there that hasn’t read The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle to a child??? Here are some idea to go along with this loveable book! First Click to Watch this adorable video! STORY SEQUENCE: Provide a long piece of yarn, a hole punch, and patterns of the different foods (apple, pear, plum, strawberry, orange, piece of chocolate cake, ice cream cone, pickle, Swiss cheese, salami, lollipop, piece of cherry pie, sausage link, cupcake, watermelon) which appear in this story. Students will color, cut, and punch a... 

27 Mar

April is coming and you know the saying…  April showers bring May Flowers.  Hopefully the April showers will bring a rainbow too.  Here are a few ideas for learning with Rainbows!!! A free printable from Teaching Heart – Have a Rainbow Race!!!  Click here to print the printable!You supply a dice with six colors (you can buy a wooden cube at a craft store and color each side). Your students roll the dice and place an x in the correct column. They play till a color wins. Like our printables? Buy some at... 

8 Mar

  There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick We love all the old lady book, from There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bell! to There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!. Each “old lady” book is similar in text pattern, but each story is loved and adored by kids ages three to eight. They are always wondering what in the world the old lady will swallow next and why in the world would she swallow the things she does. In this book, the hungry old lady swallows a chick, some straw, an egg, some candy, a basket, and a bow! The... 

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