National Teacher Day: 4 Teacher-Approved Ways to Honor Your Favorite Educators by Jennifer Cervantes

School/Education
14 days ago
National Teacher Day: 4 Teacher-Approved Ways to Honor Your Favorite Educators

Being an educator is a difficult duty in and of itself. Throw the past year and a half on top of it and it truly becomes work for superheroes. And that is exactly what our teachers have become to us, superheroes. 

National Teacher Day is a day to honor and show appreciation to those that foster our, and our children’s, education every day. Here are my top four ways that you can honor teachers this year, that they will truly value:

1. Do Not Underestimate the Power of a Thank You Note

Teachers have been under an extreme amount of stress to ensure our children are taken care of. Receiving a handmade gift, like a card, note or virtual message is the perfect way to show the teacher in your life just how much you love and appreciate them. Detail a favorite memory, how they have impacted you personally, and what you cherish most about them. Maybe get the whole class involved! Trust me, they are far more meaningful and impactful than most people realize.

2. Offer Assistance Where Needed

Teachers who are mamas have had to sacrifice so much time teaching their own children in order to teach all the students in the class. Their work as a teacher can be quite a heavy and overwhelming undertaking. Offer to help out with small tasks or assist in cleaning the classroom up after school (if not virtual). Anything that can help lessen their load.

3. Help Your Teacher Relax and Unwind

Teachers with young babies, like myself, have gone through immense stress. I personally lost all my breast milk and had to find a way to teach with a 5-month-old and 2-year-old when we first went remote. Try throwing together a relaxation kit to help them unwind and destress after a long week. You can include items such as essential oils and/or diffusersscented candles, at-home spa items (face masksscrubs, etc.), a selection of tea and some baked goods or sweet treats.

4. Gift Something Meaningful

Teachers are immensely underpaid and play so many roles in a day, besides just a teacher. They truly deserve a meaningful gift this year, as it has been truly challenging for teachers. Anything that you put some personalized attention or effort into can go a long way to show your favorite teachers how much you care and value them.

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Couldn't agree more, Jennifer Cervantes . Teachers are the real MVPs! Thank you for sharing these great suggestions. Never underestimate the power of gratitude. Welcome to 30Seconds. We look forward to learning more from you!
bepositive
Great ideas here! 🙏🏼

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