Write thank you letters for helpers with your children with the help of these resources.
This is another free resource for teachers and families from The Curriculum Corner.
These resources will help your children write thank you letters for helpers.
As our students and children at home, we are thinking of ways to keep them busy with meaningful work.
We would love to offer children more than busy work!
One idea is to have your children write letters of thanks to those working hard to keep the rest of us healthy.
Doctors and nurses will be working tirelessly to help heal those who are sick. They will miss time with their families while risking getting sick themselves.
Wouldn’t it be great to brighten their days with a note of thanks?
Along with the doctors and nurses working, there are also countless other jobs that will continue to help us meet our basic needs and to help the doctors and nurses do theirs.
A trash collector, a mail person, custodians and grocery workers are all positions some might overlook. These people are helping to keep our society going and deserve some thanks as well!
Writing Thank You Letters to Helpers
With our free resources, you will be able to guide your children through letter writing.
These are used to help children with spelling of words they might not know.
For other children, they might help spark thinking. A word on the word list might help a child who is unsure of how to get started.
You will find a selection of papers for writing letters.
There are 8 options so you can choose what works best for your child.
Some pages have guide words to help students format their letter correctly.
You will find options with a spot for pictures along with pages that simply have lines and no prompting.
The range of pages available will help you adapt this task to a range of levels.
You can download this free collection of resources for writing thank you letters for helpers here:
As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!
You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Friday 17th of April 2020
Thank you for all you do. I must tell you that your bell ringers are fantastic for distance learning. My student teacher made them into Google Forms and every day my students look forward to receiving them. I noticed you had ones for May but not for June (In NJ where we don't get out till June). Would you ever consider doing June for those of us that go to school later in the year? Thank you again.