Getting to Know You – Teacher Questionnaire

Can you believe summer is almost over and it’s almost time to go back to school?! If you have been following along, you know I am a huge fan of thoughtful gift giving. It can be quite challenging when you don’t know much about the person though and unfortunately my daughter’s teachers always fall in that category. This past year at our school, the parents were given a questionnaire that all of the teacher’s filled out and that made buying thoughtful gifts SO much easier.



If this is not available at your school, I made this questionnaire for you to take gift giving matters into your own hands!

FREE TEACHER QUESTIONNAIRE (download here)

Just print it and ask your child’s teacher to fill it out at the beginning of the school year.  I even included a place for your student to write their name so they know who to give it back to.  I can confidently say that this survey is “teacher approved” having asked a handful of close teacher friends and family what they would like their students to know about them! Not only will you know what to get those deserving and hardworking teachers, this will also give you a chance to get to know them a little bit better!

Has this been helpful? I would love to hear from you!




7 thoughts on “Getting to Know You – Teacher Questionnaire

  1. This is such a thoughtful idea! I taught elementary school for many years and even though every gift was appreciated and given from the heart, some were just not my style. I have a full shoe box of teacher Christmas tree ornaments (many duplicates) and items that couldn’t be used. Getting to know a teacher in this way helps to solve those problems! Thank you and I hope it’s given freely to many teachers this fall!

    1. This makes me so happy to her Kathy! Of course every gift is appreciated but I feel like it makes such a different to even just go one step further. I hope these get put to good use too!

  2. Such a thoughtful idea. All teachers will appreciate the consideration gift givers take in finding out their wants, needs and preferences.

    1. I am so happy you like it Cassandra! It’s good to know that it really is “teacher approved”!

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