Maybe it's because I miss toilet-papering houses, or maybe it's because I miss decorating bulletin boards (no, that can't be it!)...but I LOVE the idea of wrapping a door.
Skip to my Lou has some great ideas for wrapping your teacher's door for Teacher Appreciation week.
I definitely plan to do this for Monkey's teacher. I will visit the class the week before and have each student write a note to the teacher on a post-it. Then early Monday morning, I will "wrap" the teacher's door. I chose the "We're Stuck on You" one because 1) It's quick and easy and 2) If the teachers wants a keepsake from the door, she can keep the individual post-it notes.
If you want to do this too, go ahead and add the dates to your calendar now so it doesn't sneak up on you (I also like to have an email reminder sent from the calendar the week of, as a reminder):
- Buy chart paper (you might be able to get some from the PTA) and post-its **before or on April 29th
- Die cut any letters (you can probably use the teacher workroom) **before or on April 29th
- Visit your child's class and let children write notes on post-its **April 29th
- Arrive at school early to "wrap" the door **May 2nd
If you don't have a teacher to "wrap," this would also be a super fun birthday tradition. For my husband's 21st birthday (we were dating then), I wrapped the inside of the front door. It was lots of fun to make, and it was a great conversation starter for the party that night.
Forget the toilet paper, grab some chart paper and start WRAPPING!