Teacher Appreciation Week!
“Teachers Plant Seeds of Knowledge That Grow Forever.”
Hey parents, families, nannies, and caregivers… remember this week is teacher appreciation week! It’s such an important time to say thank you to those who also such as yourself, care for and teach your children everyday. Education is so valuable and thanks to those wonderful people who enrich the lives of our children everyday, we have a reason to celebrate! There are many ways to show your appreciation. Here are a few ideas!
A simple Thank You card, can be the sweetest gesture. You can’t go wrong with that! You can help your child think of a specific challenge or example where their teacher helped them solve a problem or taught them something very meaningful that they’ll never forget. A funny memory or simply a thank you for all you do card!
Flowers. After all it is spring! A fresh bouquet from the garden or better yet, a potted plant or flowers. Succulents are great plants for Southern California and keep well both indoors or outdoors. Flowers and plants are a great way to highlight just about anyone’s day.
Help clean or decorate the classroom, maybe get the whole class in on it and make a sign to hang up for everyone to sign their appreciation.
I can’t think of anyone that wouldn’t love a gift card to a favorite coffee shop or local restaurant, everyone loves a special treat!
And of course, it wouldn’t hurt to do a great job and turn in all the homework this week as well:)
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” -Henry Adams