As I have mentioned before, I am blessed with a fantastic preschool for my daughter. She attends Red Door Early Learning Center where she has developed such a strong academic foundation with the help of her caring and supportive teachers. I have also been fortunate to have the opportunity to spend extra time in her class as a substitute teacher. I will say, its surprising how similar teaching preschool can be to teaching high school; kids always have to go to the bathroom, constantly require refocussing and most importantly need to know that their teachers truly care about them.
I will get off my soap box to share some creations, first the Teacher Appreciation gifts I coordinated for the teachers, from my daughter's class. I had each student write a little message or draw a picture for each teacher and folded it into a little fortunate cookie. I also made a thank you card using the chalkboard technique and finished the card off with a little banner.
I had volunteered my paper crafting services for a Teacher Talent Auction that was held to benefit the school. I have finally finished 2 sets of 40 handmade and hand stamped cards with coordinating envelopes. I wanted to share a few of the cards I created. I received some fabulous inspiration from other fantastic SU! demonstrators!
Thanks for looking!