Sunday, April 26, 2015

Primary Peach Launch Party Freebie: Quick and Easy End of the Year Gift Ideas For Support Staff

Today is the day ---I can finally let the cat out of the bag!!!! I am thrilled to be a part of a BRAND NEW collaborative teaching blog, written exclusively by GEORGIA teacher bloggers!!! This new blog will be packed with tips, tricks, ideas and treats from some of the very best Georgia teachers! Now, without further adieu, I present:



And the news gets even MORE exciting! Our very first post is a BLOG HOP filled with End of the School Year themed FREEBIES!!!! It's hard to believe the school year is almost over. We've got some great goodies to help make your year-end craziness go just little bit smoother----each contributor has created a special Freebie to sweeten our Launch Party!  



I'm Ayn Colsh, a contributing author on the Primary Peach, as the resident Ga. Pre-K teacher. I've been teaching 20+ years, mostly in Pre-K, and and a BIG proponent of play-based, hands-on learning, I've been involved with the Georgia Pre-K program for 9 years now, and I LOVE what I do! Where else can you go to work and dress up, play, have snack, get dirty and have fun every day? Teaching is the BEST profession!  I blog about my adventures as a Georgia Pre-K teacher here on my personal blog, little illuminations, and am also a monthly contributor on the collaborative blog, PreK+K SharingI am married with two beautiful daughters, Lyndsay, 24 and Bailey, 17. We share our home with two dogs, Max and Ella.




Be sure to check out the "ABOUT" page on Primary Peach to meet all of our contributors!




Now, for the sweet treat I promised you. There are always the folks that helped my own children in school, and have been essential to my life as a teacher that are often forgotten when the "Thank You" gifts are handed out at the end of the year. The custodians, office staff, bus drivers, Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapists---all those folks who really have a hand in making our days go smoother are often overlooked. Most often, it is just not easy to purchase gifts for everyone we'd like to thank. A few years ago, my daughter started taking in doughnuts for the custodians near the end of the year because she said especially in high school, no one ever thinks to say "thank you" for all they do. I made these cute little gift tags that can be attached to a box of donuts for them this year. You don't have to spend a lot to let someone know that they are appreciated. A kind gesture goes a LONG way! 



You can get my FREEBIE "I 'DONUT' know what I'd do without you!" gift tags here!




Now, for EVEN MORE to sweeten the deal, how would you like to win a TPT gift certificate? We are having a Rafflecopter Giveaway too!!!! One lucky person will win a $50 TPT certificate and 3 more lucky folks will each win a $25 TPT gift certificate!!! You've got to be in it to win it! 




Ready to meet the next Primary Peach contributor? Click the link below and meet Jennifer from The Extra Energetic Educator. Be sure to keep clicking through to meet all of our fabulous bloggers and get the freebies on each blog!



Meet Jennifer from The Extra Energetic Educator!





11 comments:

  1. Ayn,
    I LOVE your tags and am so excited about being part of The Primary Peach with you!
    Chandra @ Teaching with Crayons and Curls

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    1. Thanks for commenting! I'm VERY excited to be part of The Primary Peach, too! We've got a great group of bloggers!!!

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  2. Thanks for the gift tags. A great excuse to swing by Krispy Kreme! JG
    Smart Kids

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  3. So cute!! I love these tags & I know our school staff will, too! :)

    Kelly
    First Grade Fairytales

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    1. I'm glad you like them! Thanks for commenting! :)

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  4. Your gift tags are so cute! Thanks for the awesome freebie!
    Deb at Fabulously First

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    1. Thank you!!! My first FREEBIE! :)

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  5. Super cute gift tag! And God bless you for teaching those preschooler!!! I have a 4 year old and I just know I do better with the older kids! ;O)
    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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    1. Thank you! I don't know what I'd do with big kids! My sister teaches sixth grade---I always tell her I'd have to flip burgers instead--I'd never figure them out! LOL! Give me 4 and 5 year olds any day! :)

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