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TEACHER TIPS
Parent-Teacher Survival Kit

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: August 23, 2001

Time to give your faculty a quick lift? Add a little humor in your work area during the annual parent-teacher conferences by making each teacher a "Parent-Teacher Conference Survival Kit." Here is a list of suggestions you could add to a brown paper lunch bag:

- Excedrine: The Headache Medicine!
- Breath Mints: Self-Explanatory!
- Soda Pop: (High Octane!)…to pep you up!
- Munchies: Always nice to have on hand for students who come (and you can sneak some, too!)
- Tissues: needed for disappointed parents
- Sour Lemon Candy: When a parent hands you a lemon…( well, you know the phrase!)
- Apple Sucker: An apple a day…the sweet way!
- Smile Stickers: Just a reminder to SMILE!
- Band-Aid: Because sometimes you have to toughen up!
- Purple Heart: (made out of construction paper) For courage and bravery! You did it!


     
 

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