If you have ever learned something from someone that you would not have had access to or understood on your own, you can thank a teacher.
If you have a few minutes to work without someone asking you for food now as your child is glued to a screen time class, you can thank a teacher.
If it took isolation to realize how much teachers do, you should really thank a teacher!
Teacher appreciation week is the first week of May, and National Teachers’ Appreciation Day is May 5, 2020.
Teachers were already superheroes in the classroom acting not only as instructors, but also judges, comedians, news reporters, and so much more. They play the essential role of educating and shaping both children and adults' lives to create future leaders and community members. Many children even see their teachers more than their parents. We entrust them with molding the future and this week make sure you show them your appreciation!
They need to see just how valued they are as they race to shift classroom classes online, and still continue to fulfill the many unwritten roles that teachers provide in our lives and those of our children.
Here are some great FREE ideas to show your teachers you appreciate them!
Not free but won’t break the bank.
There are so many other great ideas if you know something that your teacher is passionate about, consider a game, or anything else related to that area. Plus remember it doesn’t matter what you do to show appreciation or how much you spend but that you show appreciation!
GetSetUp is showing appreciation with free remote learning classroom tools for senior teachers 50+ who may need extra support from peer teachers to learn digital classroom tools. Our whole team is made up of teachers and we know the importance of showing teachers we appreciate them. Plus we sure appreciate our teacher Guides! We could do nothing without them — literally nothing!
Remember teachers work hard year-round and always love to hear from you. Whether you are a current student or a past student it’s always a good time to reach out to teachers and remind them that you appreciate(d) what they do as a teacher.
Thank you, teachers, everywhere!
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