May 7th, 2013
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
4imprint wants to help you celebrate teachers and educators with a giveaway! Just pin your 5 favorite product ideas from 4imprint.com or 4imprint.ca. One lucky pinner will receive $500 towards a 4imprint order for the school of their choice.
Full details below.
Good luck and enjoy your week! And from 4imprint, thank you for all you do!
March 19th, 2013
This May 6-10, Teacher Appreciation Week, take the time to celebrate the commitment of our educators by showing how much they are appreciated!
- Lunch can make a perfect gift. Set up a healthy salad bar, and provide reusable food containers as a convenient way to dish up their portion.
- Keep them hydrated and refreshed throughout the day, with a fun mug for their coffee, or a sports bottle for their water.
- Consider giving them a photo frame which they can place on their desks to make a favorite picture of family and friends visible throughout the day.
Saying thank you is easy and much appreciated. Enjoy celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week with them even though they deserve special attention all year long for all they do!
April 24th, 2012
In only a couple of weeks, May 7-11, Teacher Appreciation Week will be celebrated at schools across the country. It is an opportunity to say “Thank You” to teachers, staff, and volunteers for the work they do all year long. Whether educating children or adults, from elementary school to secondary to graduate programs, teachers show commitment, patience and caring to their students to ensure they receive the best education available to them. It is important to take time to thank teachers and educators, so they know that they are appreciated and the work they do matters. Do something meaningful and special that they will remember, such as sponsoring a light breakfast with coffee, tea, and fruit or offering a gift of something they can enjoy in their personal time, such as golf or gardening. It doesn’t take much, but a simple “thank you” can mean the world and shows that you recognize the talent it takes to guide our leaders of tomorrow.
May 4th, 2011
As we near the end of the school year, we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, this week, May 2-6. Whether educating children or adults, from elementary school to secondary to graduate programs, teachers show commitment, patience and caring to their students to ensure they receive the best education available to them. It is important to take the opportunity to thank teachers and educators this week, so they know that they are appreciated and the work they do matters. A little thank you can go a long way.
Thank you for all you do!
March 29th, 2011
I am an incredibly sentimental person, and I have the ‘stuff’ to prove it. Just ask my husband – I save everything! Well, not literally everything, but items that commemorate special and important times in our lives – the clothes my babies wore when we brought them home from the hospital, cards my husband has given to me over the years, and keepsakes from our wedding, just to name a few. I even have things from college, which I had displayed proudly in my dorm room.
Some of things that I have hung to from my school years are picture frames and photo albums, ribbons and plaques. I still look back from time to time, and when I get together with friends, it is always fun to go through memorabilia from those years.
As it nears the end of the school year, and graduation time approaches, students, educators, and parents will begin looking back and remembering the special times. Take some time to be sure that the next couple of months will be enjoyable and memorable for all. What can you give to students as a remembrance of the year? How can you thank teachers and staff for all they’ve done? How will you show appreciation for parents that have helped out with field trips, athletic events, or fundraisers?
June 11th, 2009
I can’t believe that my plant is growing! I do not have a green thumb by any means, but my Logo Bean has started to sprout. Just a short 7 days ago, I unwrapped my logo bean and it has already sprouted. Not that I can grow plants at home, but this works. It brings a little bit of the cheerful, spring season onto my desktop, and I hear that it may last for up to a year. We’ll see, but in the meantime, I am very pleased to come into work every morning and see a little piece of nature on my desk. Maybe I should add these to my decor at home…
Check out the Logo Bean video here.