Teachers are the pillars of our society and play a vital role in the overall development of children. Teacher’s day is meant to honour these wonderful teachers for their tireless efforts to educate new generations. They are the ones who have made you what you are today. They have helped you grow and learn in every possible way. It is our duty to honour them on Teacher’s Day and make the day extra special for them.
Here are some ideas to make teacher’s day a special one for your teacher.
Buy Them a Gift
Gift giving is a custom that has been around for centuries, and we continue it today because of its importance in our lives. Surprise your teacher with a small token of appreciation and gratitude for all they have done for you over the years. A gift doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate; even homemade gifts like cookies or cards will do. A gift is an expression of love, affection and gratitude towards someone who has made an impact on our lives in some way or another. Gifts also symbolise appreciation for all the efforts to make someone happy. So get creative with whatever you decide to gift.
Send Them Flowers
Flowers are always welcome gifts for any occasion! And there’s no better time to send flowers than on Teacher’s Day. Pick up a lovely bouquet from the market or online flower shop and deliver it to your teacher at school or home so they can enjoy their beauty all day long.
Cook Something Nice for Them
Cooking something nice for your teachers would be another good idea as they are always willing to try out new things from their students’ hands. So cook something nice for them like cake or cookies and present it before everyone so they can taste it too.
Order a Special Cake
If you can’t cook something special, order a special teachers day cake online and get it delivered to your mentor’s doorstep to make the celebration an extra special one. You can order your teacher’s favourite flavour with a photo cake to show you care. It will show how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication to their profession. You can also add personal touches to the cake by using frosting or edible ink pens to write a message on top of the cake or by adding homemade decorations like flowers and candies.
Make a handmade card using paper and colours with your hands. This is an easy way to express your feelings to your teacher, and it will also be very useful to him/her. You can write some meaningful lines on it like “Thank you, teacher, for all you have done for me”, “I am lucky to have such a caring teacher”, or “You are the best”.
Write a Letter
Any teacher will always appreciate a letter because it shows that you care about them and their work. You can write about how much of an impact they have had on your life and how much they mean to you. You can also write about how you plan on following in their footsteps and becoming a teacher yourself one day. This would make them feel proud of themselves, knowing that they have inspired someone enough to want to follow in their footsteps.
Make it Personal
Teachers love to see that their students have put effort into making their Teacher’s Day special! So don’t just send them a text message wishing them happy Teacher’s Day; call them up and talk about how much they mean to you. If you can’t reach them by phone, don’t worry: They would be thrilled to see you and receive a visit from you.
So if you want to mark this Teacher’s Day in an unusual way and treat your teacher as a king/queen, these are some easy tips for you. Thanks to their years of hard work and dedication to nurturing young minds, they deserve to be treated regally. So give your special teacher a royal treatment this Teacher’s Day and make him/her feel special. A very Happy Teachers Day to you all!