Thank You To The Teachers Who Stick By Our Children

 

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week and we want to help you honor the teachers in your life. 

We believe it’s good to revisit something about a relationship that’s bothering you, we also believe that you can offer praise or acknowledgment in relationships at any point.

It can be as simple as “Hey, I’ve been thinking about what you did [be specific here] a few days/weeks ago and I want you to know how much it meant to me. Thank you so much.”

During this teacher appreciation week, we encourage all of us to acknowledge the hard work of educators– whether that be your child’s teacher, your own mentor, or teachers from your past – and what they have done in our communities to uphold the emotional and physical well-being of our children.

It doesn’t have to be a huge life-changing experience. Your child doesn’t have to come out of the class a completely changed person but helping a tough situation go from 90% bad to 75% bad or seeing them do a more difficult math problem is what this relationship is all about.

So, here’s a mad lib to get you started:

Thank You To The Teachers Who Stick By Our Children
It’s never too late to say thank you. This #TeacherAppreciationWeek we encourage all of us to acknowledge the hard work of the educators – whether that be your child’s teacher, your own mentor, or teacher from your past – and what they have done in our communities to uphold the emotional and physical well-being of our children.Fill out the full Thank You Letter Mad Lib: