It Takes a BIG Heart to Help Shape Little Minds {Free Printable}

Free printable tag: It takes a BIG Heart to help shape little minds. Great gift idea to give to a teacher. #happythoughts

With the start of the new year and Valentines day right around the corner I wanted a way for my children to say thank you to those who spend their time shaping my children’s minds.

I feel truly blessed for my children to have the teachers they have had at school and church. At church my children’s teacher switch for the new year and my daughter has become really attached to her teacher. She has been an amazing teacher with great art projects and a snacks to go along with each lesson.

With that being said I wanted to give my daughter a way to say good bye and thank you.

Free printable tag: It takes a BIG Heart to help shape little minds. Great gift idea to give to a teacher. #happythoughts

Both my children made Valentines hearts attached to a jar to give with this little gift. They were delighted to bring special gifts to those they care about.

 It is especially fun to see their little eyes brighten and big smiles when handing over their gifts.

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Free printable tag: It takes a BIG Heart to help shape little minds. Great gift idea to give to a teacher. #happythoughts

Here is a free printable of the tag for you as well! Just click on this link, then right-click and download to your computer.

This post is part of our Happy Thoughts series where we feel it’s important to be thoughtful of others. Because kindness matters!25 Comments

It Takes a BIG Heart to Help Shape Little Minds {Free Printable} was last modified: May 17th, 2015 by Karrie

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Comments

  1. I love this Valentine’s gift idea. I would love to have the lid cover too. Could you please help me with that?

    Thanks!

    • Happy.MoneySaver says:

      Thank you! I used chevron scrapbook paper for the lid cover but any pretty paper could work. Use the lid of your jar to trace the shape on the paper, cut it out and glue it on and viola–perfect lid cover! 🙂

  2. What are the adorable hearts and where did you get them? They are so cute!

  3. how do you change the size from a 4×6 to something smaller?

    • Happy.MoneySaver says:

      Download this printable and then open it with any photo editing program to change the size. You could even use it in a word document and play around with the size of it to make multiples fit on one piece of paper! 🙂

  4. Thank you so much for this!!

  5. Love this, and will be sharing it with my Momma-Friends! (And daughter’s preschool teachers!)

  6. Thanks for this! I plan to give it to our preschool teacher. It’s perfect!

  7. Deborah Awolowo says:

    I love these. I made them for my son’s teacher. I’m sure she will love them. I used m&m instead.

  8. Thank you so much for sharing this adorable printable. I will be using it for my daughters VPK Teachers. This printable was the cutest out of all the ones Ive looked at.

  9. Heather Griffitt says:

    When I try to print this for my daughter’s teacher it prints out really big. Is there any to make it smaller? Please let me know. Thank you!

    • Happy.MoneySaver says:

      Save the image or download it and then add it into a photo app or website like picmonkey. You could also even put it into Microsoft word and change the size for an easy and fast solution! 🙂

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