When was the last time you let your child's teacher know how much you appreciate all they do? If it's been awhile, you have a great opportunity this week, it is Teacher's Appreciation Week where you and your child can help show teachers how much they are appreciated. Often teachers do not get the respect and recognition that they deserve. After all, it's the teachers who work in tough conditions, often for low pay, and they help shape the lives of our children. In essence, teachers across the world today are playing a significant part in building our future.
For Teachers Appreciation week this year, why not take the time to show your child's teachers how appreciated they are. Get your kids involved too. Teach them to show some appreciation too. Need a few ideas? Here are some great ways that you can recognize and thank teachers for all the valuable work that they do.
Send a Handwritten Note
One great idea you can use, to make your child's teacher feel special and appreciated this year, on World Teachers' Day, is to send a handwritten note. Sure, you could spend money on many other gift ideas, but many teachers report that a simple note to say "thank you" is one of those things that means the most to them. Write a note and let the teachers know about all the things you really appreciate about them. Send it to school with your child or hand deliver it yourself. It will be something that the teacher treasures and taking the time to write this by hand will definitely let them know that you are really sincere and appreciative.