Tuesday, August 6, 2013

{Back to School Week: Teacher's Note Printables}

Hey, y'all!  It's day two of Back to School Week here at Pitter and Glink.
As a teacher, I love school supplies.  When I get a new notebook, notepad, or a nice set of pencils, I am on cloud nine.  Yes, this may be a bit nerdy, but, hey, I'm a teacher.  I'm allowed to be nerdy.  Today I'm sharing two printable teacher's notes so that other teachers can "nerd out" a little with me over some new classroom supplies.
If you're not a teacher, you can print a few of these to give your child's teacher as a beginning of the year gift.  It's a little gesture that would let your child's teacher know that you care.  
Being a teacher--as with many other professions--is becoming a more difficult job every year.  Salaries are being cut all over the country, yet teachers are expected to perform at an even higher level than ever before.  I'm not moaning and groaning by any means.  I just don't know if parents realize how far a little appreciation can go when it comes to teachers.  We do our job for your children and knowing that you recognize that gives us an extra little push that keeps us doing our jobs day after day.
You can download the printables below.

These printables are for personal use only--you may not claim them as your own, resell, or redistribute them.  (You may give the printed version as a gift to someone, though.)  To download them, simply click on the arrow with a line under it.  Before printing, remember that the images are sized to 4x6.  Last year I also shared a printable for teachers, or anyone for that matter, with my readers.  You can find my desktop note holder printables {HERE}.  Enjoy the printables and don't forget to come back around lunchtime today for another freebie--this time for the students.


  1. yes Bethany, Teachers are allowed to be nerdy! lol! cute little notes. my daughter is a music teacher and shes a little nerdy at times! lol!
    have a great week

  2. Oh, I am definitely going to tell my daughter about these...she'll LOVE them!

  3. Those are adorable! So perfect for an elementary classroom! I'm pinning these!


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