Parents and Students Version of Gratitude on Teacher Appreciation Day
There is nothing more essential for parents but the education of their children and this is the reason why a number of them value the teachers appreciation week. With millions of teachers in the world, an individual discover their capacity intellectually and skillfully because of the teachers’ advocacy.
The Earth would never be progress nor became as innovative as today if engineers who constructed modern buildings and pave the roads; scientists who discovered and invented latest devices including the ever famous and useful computer, Internet, and mobile phones; co-teachers who bestow everybody the unique intelligence that seems to be the breaking ground of discovering ones talents- all of these line of professions do not exist if the teaching profession primarily haven’t made ends meet.
For this highly regarded effect of education run by teachers, what they deserve is a teachers appreciation week, and when this exceptional day comes, parents and students are busy preparing for a gift as a full-of-heart present to valuable teachers for them; although teachers do not actually ask for a gift on the very teachers appreciation day/ week, the gratitude of parents and students is represented by the gifts, that’s why.
So what could be the example full-of-heart gifts for teachers? At any ways there are heaps of reasonable gifts as version of gratitude like teacher appreciation poems. Have a glimpse one below:
In Honor of Teachers
Teachers, you are the molders of their dreams
The gods who build or crush
Their young beliefs of right or wrong.
You are the spark that sets aflame
The poet’s hand or lights the flame
of some great singer’s song.
You are the god of the young,
the very young
You are the guardian of a million dreams
You’re every smile or frown
can heal or pierce the heart.
You are a hundred lives, a thousand lives.
Yours the pride of loving them
And the sorrow too.
Your patient work, your touch
Make you the goals of hope
Who fill their souls with dreams?
To make those dreams come true
– a teacher poem by Ronald Reagan