Thankful for my Students

Nov 13, 2016 | Freebies, November, Parents, Thanksgiving, TpT in Action | 5 comments

If there is one thing I am thankful for as a teacher, I am thankful for my students.

Each year as a teacher I am blessed with 20 or so little humans to teach to read, to count, and write.

Each year as a teacher I am blessed with 20 or so little humans to teach to read, to count, and write.

My job is to teach them the kindergarten curriculum each year, but my passion is teaching them to be people.

But teaching is so much more than curriculum and each year these little humans grow on me more and more every year.

And the older I get, the more I want my families to know just how much I appreciate them and the children they bring to me every day.

To help you show your gratitude, I made you a little note you can give your students to show them just how much you are thankful for them.  These are perfect to send home over Thanksgiving break; I just know your families are going to appreciate the extra effort.

A free note to give your students to show them how thankful you are for them. This is perfect for sending home with you preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students over the Thanksgiving break.

This file is fully editable using Adobe Reader which is a free download on the internet.  But we also give it to you blank so you can handwrite the note to your students.

Click here to download this thankful for my students note.

A teacher approved list of Thanksgiving videos for kids. These are perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grades.


  1. Carol

    This is an awesome resource. I’m looking forward to using it.

  2. Brit

    This is so fun! I am looking forward to your Christmas one. Thank you for all your great resources!

  3. daydreaming2

    Love these!! Do you have a Christmas version?

  4. Heather

    What a great idea! Thanks so much!

  5. Cindy Good

    Adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!


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