Teacher Appreciation Mad Libs

Teacher Appreciation Week is the first week in May, and an important time to support your students to think about what it means to be a teacher, and how hard their teachers work to support them to learn and thrive.

Students love Mad Libs, and your students are most likely already familiar with them. You can use these Teacher Appreciation Mad Libs to support your students to practice using parts of speech, while celebrating the hard work that their teachers do. A teaching tip is to print out extra copies, as it is very likely that your students will want to do more than one!

Updated: May 24, 2019
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