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I Appreciate You Gift to Students : PragmaticMom
I Appreciate You Gift to Students

I Appreciate You Gift to Students

I finally found the last I Appreciate You graduating gift certificate for PickyKidPix. Their 5th grade teacher had each student in the class writes one sentence about every other student, and these comments are typed up on a certificate and presented to teach student. It’s a snapshot of how they were perceived during their year in 5th grade.

I Appreciate You Gift to Students

Here’s my oldest I Appreciate You certificate for Grasshopper and Sensei and my son’s 5th grade I Appreciate You class certificates . PickyKidPix’s soccer team did one too for team building.

I Appreciate You: Sports Team Bonding Idea

I Appreciate You Because…

You are nice to everyone.

You are flexible; you go with what others do.

You’re always giving me good advice.

You are kind.

You are brave and don’t care what others say.

You helped me keep on track.

When I’m around you, I have so much fun.

You are an amazing friend; I’m very happy that I met you.

You are really kind and good at math.

You are a great worker and you help me a lot to understand subjects.

You are a good neighbor and it’s fun to hang out in the summer.

You are the best Katie Woo narrator.

You are always smiling and happy.

You are good in groups.

You are a nice person.

You are always a good friend to everyone.

You are very kind and you did my quilt for me in fourth grade.

You are a good neighbor and friend.

 

How would you use an I Appreciate You note? Please share your ideas for I Appreciate You Gift Ideas! Thank you!


By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

6 Comments

  1. What a wonderful gift idea that boosts a child’s self-esteem.
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  2. What a wonderful end-of-year gift for students!
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    • Hi MaryAnne,
      I love that it’s an expensive but meaningful gift. The kids really know each other by 5th grade so the comments are especially on pointe and makes me realize that my kids now at at 17 was very much the same at 12 and 5.
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  3. This is such a wonderful idea!! What a great self-esteem booster, and a wonderful way for kids to see the impact small acts of kindness can have.

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