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Classroom Thank You Card

Cute Classroom Thank You Card - students write individual thank you notes for substitute teachers, homeroom moms or guest speakers.  Printable at
Easy way to have the classroom participate in thanking guest speakers, substitute teachers or the homeroom mom. Classroom Thank You Card consists of individual petals of thanks from each child. Print out the petals on white or colorful printer paper. Each child can decorate their petal with stickers and crayons or write a thank you note – depending on the age of the child. Fold the flower together and it fits perfectly in an envelope to mail out. Flower petals print three per page.

  • Printer Paper – different colors
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Paper brad
  • Crayons, markers, stickers to decorate the petals
  • Printable Flower Petals

  1. Select the Printable Flower Petals pdf. Print as many as needed for the class, there is no need to print out a template, print directly on the color paper that you would like to use.
  2. Children can cut out the petals and decorate or write a personal thank you note to show their appreciation for the classroom guest.
  3. The teacher can decorate the first petal to address the guest and to thank him/her for their efforts.
  4. Once all the petals are ready to assemble, punch a hole in the petal where indicated to create the classroom thank you card.
  5. Use a paper brad to attach the petals. In this example I also used a circle of yellow fun form to give the flower a little extra support.
Classroom Thank You Card - thank you from the class for substitute teachers or guest speakers.  #classroom

Also see: Custom Thank You Cards for Kids


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