106 Teacher Appreciation Week 2022 Message

Visit:3630   Updated: 2023/02/23

1.Create a few bookends that your teacher can use to keep their classroom library looking stylish.

2.Decorate your teacher’s door with messages of support if you have permission from your school administrators.

3.I am always grateful to have you as my mentor. You are my inspiration and role model. Thank you, teacher.

4.Thank you for encouraging my child to reach high in their education! You’ve been such a blessing.

5.Record a video of your child saying thank you to their teacher and email it to them.

6.Hearts of gratitude are scattered all over in honor of you. Thank you for being such a great teacher.

7.Your classes are just so inspirational! I’ve never had a teacher like you, and for that, I’m so, so  thankful every day!

8.Thank you, teacher, for always believing in me. Thanks for making me what I am today.

9.Thanks for being such a wonderful teacher, [Child’s Name] had a great year and can’t stop talking about your class.

10.Thank you, teacher, for making all our lessons easy and fun. I always look forward to attending your class.

11.You are not just a teacher. You are also a mentor and a friend. Thanks for all you do for me.

12.The school may have found a teacher in you, but our child found a hero in you. Thanks.

13.As it stands, you deserve a standing and clapping ovation. Let’s just start with a “thank you” ovation first though.

14.We have met many teachers of our child and truly, you are outstanding. Thank you for being special, especially to our child.

15.You have always guided me and showed me the right path to success. Thank you, teacher, you are the best.

16.Learning is fun, but only if someone has a teacher like you. Thank you for teaching me how to become a great person in life.

17.Thank you teacher for guiding us and for inspiring us. Also, thank you for making us what we are today.

18.Just a happy note to you today: you were born to be a teacher! Your patience is endless and your passion is so evident. Thanks a million!

19.Ask your teacher what their favorite treat is and drop it off for them to enjoy.

20.Write an email to your child’s teacher expressing your gratitude as a caregiver for all they’ve done this year.

21.Put together this gift box, which you can then fill with treats or school supplies.

22.I may not say it always. But I mean it whenever I say it. Thank you teacher for all the things you have done for me.

23.Being a teacher isn’t easy, so I just want to let you know that I appreciate all of the hard work that you have put in. Thank you for a wonderful year.

24.Have your child write to the teacher about all the reasons they’re thankful to be in their teacher’s class.

25.We cannot thank you enough for the positive impacts you have created on so many young children. Thank you. You are the best teacher.

26.Every word you say, every class you take, every paper you grade – goes on to change lives. Thanks for being a great teacher to our kids.

27.Without you, we would have been lost. Thank you teacher for guiding us, inspire us and make us what we are today.

28.It is impossible to put a price tag on the kind of education our child receives because as a teacher, your guidance is truly priceless. Thank you.

29.For being amazing in your approach, accommodating to us all and accurate in your teachings, we say a big thank you.

30.Teacher Appreciation Week is a time to recognize school staff and administration, too. Reach out to your school’s principal, secretaries, and support staff to let them know how much you care.

31.Ask your teacher if they have a favorite morning drink, like tea or coffee, and bring it to them so they have something delicious to start their day.

32.I definitely had little or no idea the importance of having you teach me. Now I do and I am saying thank you.

33.Teachers should be called Fillers because they fill all the gaps and crevices in a child’s life. Thanks for making our child’s life rounded and complete.

34.Have your child write and mail a letter to their teacher. This can be an especially heartfelt gesture if the teacher taught your child how to write this year.

35.Have your child draw a picture for their teacher and either give it to them in class or take a picture and email it.

36.You deserve a big thank you for all the sleepless nights that you spent to prepare our lessons. Thank you, teacher. You are the best ever.

37.You made the impossible possible. Our kids are now more confident than they were ever before. Thank you for your uncompromising service.

38.You are a role model for our children. Thank you for your wonderful job. Your service to the creation of an enlightened generation will always be remembered!

39.Since the day you took responsibility of educating our kids, their progress has been impressive. Thank you for your impact. We cannot thank you enough.

40.The biggest compliment a teacher can get is when a student goes home and says ‘Mom I had a great day at school’ Our child does that every day. Thanks.

41.Not every teacher deserves to be called one because that title is reserved for great ones like you. Thank you for imparting knowledge the best you could.

42.Saying thank you cannot cover for all you have imputed in us but I’ll say it nonetheless.

43.If there are decorations for every time a teacher pushed beyond a student’s initial inertia and forged ahead to make of them a great person, you’ll be highly decorated.

44.If all the times I annoyed you could be converted to thank you, they still will not be enough.

45.Teachers are our second parents, friends and confidantes. Thank you for all that you’ve done for me this year. I hope we stay in touch for a long time to come.

46.You are a true godsend! You’ve got all of the best qualities of a good teacher. Without you, I wouldn’t have made it through.

47.You had to juggle so much with our class, but we appreciate how hard you worked for us! Thus, thank you so much for all of what you’ve done.

48.Start an online fundraiser to raise money for classroom supplies your teacher will need for next year.

49.Ask your child about the favorite thing they learned this year and have them write or email their answer to their teacher.

50.We were so used to seeing you smile all the time that we failed to notice your tired eyes. You are such an inspiration for life. Thanks for touching our lives in so many ways.

51.I know that my kid is in good hands. Thanks for taking care of my son/girl and showing them the right path.

52.Attending your classes was always like taking a deep dive into an ocean full of knowledge and wisdom. You are the best teacher ever! Thank you!

53.We parents may be accountants, scientists, doctors and engineers – but nothing contributes to the nation’s development more than the sacrifices made by teachers. Thank you.

54.If the entire world could have your dedication, there would be more progress and more interest in education. Thank you for showing resilience in it all.

55.We are grateful that our child experienced studentship while with you. Indeed, it has shaped greatness into our child, more than we could have imagined.

56.You were so generous with your time when I was struggling with the last exam. Thus, thank you so very much, and I hope this note reminds you just how much you are appreciated.

57.Have your child write a poem about their favorite day of school this past year to share with their teacher.

58.You have changed so many lives with your knowledge and wisdom. But I thank you especially for changing my life. Thank you, teacher, for everything that you did!

59.You have always been a great influence on my children. They always looked up to you for inspiration. You are really a great teacher. Thank you so much for your contribution.

60.As a parent, I would like to thank the teacher for his endearing efforts of imparting education to all. Your valuable knowledge and insight has helped our patrons much.

61.A good teacher is someone who can think like a student, look like a parent and behave like a boss. You are the boss our kid is lucky to have. Thanks.

62.It has been day after day of hearing your name in our child’s school tales. Thank you for always being the hero.

63.We know how easy it could be for our child to have forgotten to mention this. But, we wish to show our gratitude today to you for all that your teaching stands for.

64.Teacher, you always had faith in me even when I didn’t. Thank you for helping me through this year of school. I couldn’t have done it without you.

65.If a teacher helped your child learn to read this year, take a picture of your child reading their favorite picture book and send it to their teacher.

66.Thanks for making me believe in myself. I could never imagine pulling myself up to the ladder if it weren’t for you.

67.I am grateful to you for creating such a great environment to learn and where we were encouraged to express our own thoughts and opinions.

68.To make the kids enjoy their lessons, it’s important to create an environment of continuous learning. You did that so perfectly for our kids! Thank you!

69.Very few teachers work so hard to prepare their lessons for the next day. You are truly one of a kind! Thank you for all your hard work.

70.You taught not only me what is good in life but also inspired me to do good in life. You are a great teacher and a good human being. Thank you for your contribution to building my life.

71.And we know how you never really had free weekends as you were either reviewing our progress or planning how to improve it or both. Thank you for sacrificing.

72.Interview your child about why they’re thankful for their teacher and send the answers their way.

73.With the help of all families in your child’s classroom, put together a photo collage of all your child’s classmates to show that you are all grateful for their teacher’s guidance this past year.

74.If every teacher in this world were just as dedicated as you, no parent would ever have to worry about their kids. Thanks for your inspiring work.

75.Thank you for always pushing me to try my best. I’ll remember both the academic and life lessons that you have taught me.

76.I really enjoyed having you as a teacher. I learned so much from you and was not at all bored during class. Thanks for all that you do and for making learning fun.

77.Most other teachers don’t look out for their students the way you do. Thank you for really caring about your students and knowing when there is something 30. wrong. You are more than just a teacher.

78.It must have been a great task convincing yourself to show up to teach again and again. Thank you for not giving in or giving up. Thank you for giving yourself.

79.Thank you for showing us we could be like you and even better if we put our hearts to it.

80.It is easy to send our child to school without fretting because we know that beyond the books, we can trust you to be on the watch concerning all our child does and needs.

81.Your patience is second to none! I had so much trouble with some of the difficult parts of class this year, but you stuck by me and had faith that I’ll get there in the end. Thank you!

82.Thank you for inspiring our kids to become good people in the society. As long as your blessing is with them, nothing can spoil our kids. We believe in you.

83.I’ll miss having you as a teacher next year. I really loved your class. Thanks for all that you have done.

84.I have never known a teacher so patient and supportive. You are the reason why my kids are doing great in their classes. I can’t be more grateful to anyone. Thank you for all the support!

85.We’ve definitely have noticed the improvements in [Child’s Name] grades and behavior this year. Thank you for putting in the time and effort to help him/her succeed.

86.Thanks for the joy that you brought into [Child’s Name] every school day, he/she always comes home with a big smile on his/her face.

87.I am not sure you remember me amongst the sea of students you have taught. I remember you though and I cannot forget to say thank you.

88.Thank you for the little nudges, the extra pushing and the constant encouragement in those years as your student.

89.I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your class. Your class was fun and I learned a lot from you. I wish all of my teachers were more like you. Thank you so much.

90.I learned a lot in your class because you took the extra time to explain things clearly. You gave me the extra help I needed. Thank you for giving me your time.

91.Thank you for sharing your invaluable wisdom with my children. It makes me happy knowing that his future is secured in the right hands. Thank you for the time you spend on them.

92.You deserve a warm bath, massages for your back and legs and a warm cup of tea but as I am not close enough to give you these, I can only wish my thank you message warms you up.

93.I am living proof that all your efforts were not in vain. Thank you for the hours at work and even off work.

94.Thank you for the energy you put into work that found its way into our brains somehow, some way. It was sometimes easy but when it was hard, you rarely allowed it show.

95.Hi! You may not have realized it, but you were an inspiration to me throughout this school year. Your passion for the topic really rubbed off on me and other students too! Thus, thanks so much.

96.I, parent of your loving student, send my heartfelt thanks for your effort and hard work in educating my daughter. She has developed much in her studies solely because of you.

97.Did we ever get around to saying thank you for your patience with us? We could be a lot of trouble and naughtiness but thankfully, you stayed cool.

98.Thank you for the sweat and tears you have invested in our child. You went over and beyond your pay cheque. In fact, there is no amount that can pay you back enough.

99.I really hope you have reasons to smile and I hope my little thank you note is another good reason.

100.Thank you for changing our kids. You taught them not to give until they have achieved what they should.

101.Thank you for not complaining about the chalk stains on your clothes, the ink stains on your hands and the tear stains on your face when it seemed nothing was coming out of your hard work. Thank you for counting us worth the pain.

102.Through your smiles and stern looks and subtle remarks to do better, I have sailed through life. When I am tempted to give up, I remember your words, urging me to give it another try. Thank you for making me a stronger person.

103.We know sometimes, your own children were deprived of your care and attention because you were busy attending to ours. We would like your children to know how awesome you are and implore them to be grateful to have such a person as you.

104.This is a quick note to let you know you were the absolute best teacher I’ve ever had! You motivated and inspired me to do my best and your answers to my questions were always clear as day. Thus, thank you so much!!!

105.I do not know how many times your wrists ached from all the writing you did. Or, how often your voice went hoarse. But I do know that right now, I want to say thank you because through the pain and hoarseness, you steadfastly taught me.

106.A teacher is a guide and a compass. You’ve shown me the path to success and walked with me along the way. Your high expectations in the classroom have helped give me confidence in myself. Thanks so much for all you’ve done.