Teacher Appreciation Letter Writing Printables

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This Teacher Appreciation Week, help students celebrate and thank all the great teachers with this pack of printables that support writing a perfect teacher appreciation letter.

Teacher Appreciation Week is the perfect opportunity to recognize, celebrate and thank all the amazing teachers for their hard work. This packet of printables and templates guides elementary students through the process of writing a meaningful letter of appreciation for their best teacher or perhaps a former teacher that had a positive impact.

These teacher letters are great for including in thank you cards or for accompanying a teacher appreciation gift. These teacher appreciation letters are also great for thanking special teachers at the end of the school year. Explore more inspiration for Teacher Appreciation Week with printable appreciation cards, activities, and ideas.

What’s included

  • Activities to introduce and develop letter-writing skills
  • Letter templates and checklists
  • Tips for delivering the perfect teacher appreciation letter

Writing a Thank You Letter for Teacher Appreciation Week

Writing a short thank you letter is a thoughtful way to show a wonderful teacher how much they mean and what a positive impact they have had. These printables and activities help students find out more about letter writing and ensure that their letters are the best they can be. Students will learn about the parts of a letter, suitable greetings and closings, and how to address an envelope. Letter templates for drafts and final versions, as well as checklists and tips for some finishing touches, give students some extra help and support for their letters.

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Tara Dusko


About Tara

Tara Dusko is a reading coach who helps teachers implement a reading workshop model in their classrooms. She previously taught 5th grade for one year and 3rd grade for 13… Read more

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