Make sure not to fail to say “Thank you teacher” this year. If you haven’t done it successfully last year, this year is your chance to do it before you graduate and leave the school. Don’t let yourself pressured because the easiest way to return gratitude to teachers doesn’t need to be complicated. This coming teacher appreciation week you can create big impact to your teacher’s memory by considering appreciation ideas effective for teachers.
The teacher poems are unique when it comes to this celebration. Its impact is beyond materials that you can give. The words written on the poem came from deep within your heart so it has full of meaning. In fact, according to numerous parents and students-
“Letters do not expire, they never got rotten or break if valued and kept” and “Letters do not cost the family money, produce no allergies, match up with all home-decor design, and do not cause weight gain!”
With letters or cards that contain your teacher poems, you may easily hand it to your teacher if you are shy to utter a word to express your appreciation. Below is an example of a teacher poem:
Thank you, teacher for having you as my mentor,
for that you became the role model of my life.
When I think about the lessons you have taught to me,
I reflect on how to become a kind person.
That’s why I want to be like you.
I want to be interesting, smart, and engaging as you.
You are natural, confident, and positive, too.
You give me strength to be more motivated,
because I feel your sincerity and dedication.
I want to be like you,
to help students like me, make their dreams come true!!
Your poem doesn’t need to be poetic, rhymes that really follow according to the rules of poetry. Given that you create it by yourself, with your genuine appreciation, that’s enough to let your teacher know that her time and effort, her profession and attitude being a teacher is truly appreciated, which is most ideal when this is conveyed on teacher appreciation week.