Hey friends! I’m popping in real quick to share a teacher appreciation printable for all of the amazing teachers who help shape our greatest treasures in a way many of us can’t. I bow down to teachers because they have a job I couldn’t do. I’m also fist pumping the air for all of the parents who homeschool because I don’t know how you do it! I wasn’t given the patience for either of those jobs. Heck half of the time I think someone made a mistake by letting me work from home because on occasion my patience walks a short line before the fuse blow.
Seeing the hard work and dedication my kid’s teachers but in amazes me. They are spending just as much time with my child as I do during the weekday and with all of the mandated testing and requirements that happens now I’m not sure how they keep it all together. I always wish I had more to send during teacher appreciation week but any token of appreciation is sure to bring a smile to their faces.
I thought this quote from Henry Brook Adams was perfect. I can remember every single teacher I had
growing up and some of them were extremely influential in shaping me into the person I am now. I had some teachers in High School who pushed me to find new interests that I still have now. One of my teachers Mr. Hageman and I didn’t see eye to eye at first. I liked to doodle and he always thought I wasn’t listening to his lectures. He would call on me and I would always surprise him by answering his questions correctly. One day after class he asked me to stay after and asked why I was always drawing instead of paying attention and I explained that was how I concentrated. I had him every year after and he was a huge advocate of daily journaling. Half of my journal was filled with doodles but I attribute my love for blogging to his daily journaling sessions. By the end of my four years he had become one of my favorite teachers. Thanks Mr. Hageman!
Thanks again to all of the teachers for your hard work and dedication to helping our children (and even some of us! Who says adults are too old for school!?)
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