Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week With 5 Days Of Giveaways

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Teacher Appreciation WeekWith Teacher Appreciation Week approaching fast, it’s time to start thinking about how to put your thanks into practice. Starting the week of May 7th, Teacher Appreciation Week is a chance for everyone to  show and share their appreciation for the hard working individuals molding the minds and lives of our children. Whether it be a small thank you, a thoughtful letter or a giant street parade, it is important to let those tireless educators know their work and dedication is not forgotten.

One group really pulling out the stops is the team at Teaching Channel who are kicking off a week of giveaways for educators and teachers around the US. Giving away more than 200 thank you gifts in their 5 Days, 5 Ways Giveaway, The Teaching Channel is the place to be during Teacher Appreciation Week.


Teacher Appreciation Week

Running a great free program to video showcase effective teaching practices in America’s schools, The Teaching Channel is a worthwhile community to be a part of. By joining up at Teaching Channel, not only will you be joining a fantastic group of cutting edge educators, you will also be in the running to win Amazon gift cards, Flip Cameras and even a grand prize of a two-night Kimpton hotel stay. What are you waiting for?

If you’re interested in finding out more about Teaching Channel, we featured the organization in an article earlier this year Peek Into America’s Best Classrooms With Teaching Channel. An all round great free service and non-profit organization, Teaching Channel is well worth supporting and being a part of.


What has your school got planned for Teacher Appreciation Week? And what standout acts of appreciation have you received in the past?


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