Its a time when we not only remember those teachers who made a difference in our lives, but also those of our children. Parents and students alike can do those little thingds which will show how much we care for our educators, during the Teacher Appreciation Week 2010.
Here are some of the Teacher Appreciation Week 2010 gift ideas that we have prepared
- Try Revisiting your old teachers, give them a letter or thank them for making the person you are now.
- Send them a printable card, with a note that specially made either by you or a memorable quote that you had with that teacher.
While the celebration will last all week, parents of young kids at school can start their appreciation today through small gifts such as a bottle of wine or a simple thank you gift to start the week.
They train the children in all their skills, ability, talent and discipline. They instruct the students about how to behave in the society. They build the children as valuable members of our country. So, the nation cannot be developed without the participation of teachers. As a result, teachers are the essential part of our life.
“Teachers promote and strengthen the principles of democratic equality, keeping American democracy and civic engagement vibrant, and developing leaders to meet new challenges,” according to State Board of Education President Kathleen N. Straus.