Today is National Nurses Day! To celebrate, your kids can color and write a special Thank You Card for Nurses. It’s not only a great way to show your children how to appreciate the job that nurses do but also teach them the parts of a letter.
Thank You Card for Nurses:
It is so important to teach kids to thank doctors, nurses, and other medical staff especially right now with everything going on around the world. From school nurses to the staff at the pediatrician’s office, there are people who work hard to take care of our children everyday. A simple note of thanks is sure to brighten their day.
This writing activity is also a fun way to teach your kids the different parts of a letter or note. You can show them how to write the greeting, body, and closing. They can also add their name or signature. Learning the punctuation that is included in a letter is important for children to learn too.
Getting Ready To Use The Thank You Card for Nurses:
- 5 Thank You Card Templates
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
To prepare this writing activity, click on the pencil below to download the thank you cards. Next, select which card cover that you want to use and print just that page on white card stock. I like to print my cards on white card stock, because it is more durable. But, you can use copy paper too. Then, flip it over and print the inside of the card on the other side of the paper. If you are using Adobe, you can select “print on both sides of paper” and “flip on short edge.” After you can printed the cover and lines, fold the card in half.
How To Use The Thank You Card for Nurses:
After teaching your children the parts of a letter, they can write a note to a nurse or other medical staff thanking them. It can be a personal note about the care the received while they were ill or a general note of thanks to any health care worker. After writing their note, your kids can color the front of the card and send it in the mail.
Celebrate National Nurse’s Day by coloring and writing a special Thank You Card for Nurses! It’s not only a great way for kids to show their appreciation and gratitude but also learn the parts of a letter.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this thank you card for later? Pin this to your kids’ writing board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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Download The Freebie:
Click on the pencil below to download and print the free thank you cards!