Ever wondered how to thank a teacher?

Teaching, it’s not for the faint of heart. Long hours, dozens of children, and little pay. It’s not an occupation someone takes lightly. The majority of teachers get into the profession because of the passion they have for wanting to change the world and enriching yours and everyone else’s kids lives. So it’s only fitting, that at the end of the school year, that we thank them for all their hard work and dedication. Here’s a quick guide on how to thank a teacher.

 

A gift card to their the local coffee house. It may seem cliche and impersonal, but if a teacher needs anything, it’s caffeine to keep going after they had their 100th question of the day, and it’s not even 9am.

A thank you letter. Include everything that you love about them, how they have enriched your kids’ life, and how much you appreciate them. this is a great idea of how to thank a teacher.


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Leaving the classroom while you really need a drink of water is not allowed. So why not give the biggest reusable water bottle you can find. Bring thirsty is no joke, and practical gifts are sometimes the best ones.

It’s no secret, that the majority of the classroom supplies a teacher has, is down to them buying them. So why not help ease that burden, by bringing by a whole bunch of classroom supplies for the next year. Not only will your teacher be grateful, they might be able to enjoy a night on the town when the mid-year rolls around again.


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Regardless of how you plan to thank a teacher, for this year, the most important thing that you do, is that you actually thank them. Teachers have a hard enough time dealing with parents and children all year, then relaxing at the end of the day, sometimes isn’t even possible. with grades to mark and emails to reply to. So show your appreciation, and mean it.

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