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Looking for Thank You Teacher Messages? A teacher needs some appreciation for the good job they always do. It can be from students or parents.

Today we are going to look at Best Thank You Teacher messages, greetings and wishes from students and parents. These teacher appreciation messages will for sure put a smile to their face.  You can also check Thank You Messages for Friends.

Find thank you teacher quotes and messages below.

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Thank You Teacher Messages

1. Thank you teacher, you are more than a teacher to me, you are my mentor and friend

2. Being a teacher is not that easy, you have to accommodate everyone in our class. I just want to let you know, I appreciate all of your hard work.

3. Thank you for always pushing me to be my best. I really appreciate your effort. If it was not your unending support, I could not have passed the exams.

4. Thank you for being such an amazing teacher. You have really taught me a lot about life. I feel ready to conquer any challenges next year.

5. Thanks for being such an awe-inspiring teacher and mentor

6. Teacher, you are a hero to us. Thank you for being our hero.

7. Thank you for touching our lives. You are the best teacher ever.

8. A good teacher inspires hope and ignites imagination. Thank you for being a good teacher.

Thank You Message for Teachers from Students

1. Thank you teacher for guiding us and making us who we are today

2. Thank you for showing me the right path to success. I am truly thankful to you!

3. You are my inspiration and mentor. Thank you for contributing in shaping my future.

4. You did not only teach me, you inspired me to be the best in life. Thank you for everything!

5. You are a great teacher and the best of all. Thank you for molding me to be who I am today. .

6. What a teacher writes on a life of a student can never be stolen. Thank you for teaching us.

7. Thank you the constant encouragement for all those years I have been your student.

8. Thank you for touching our lives and opening our minds.

9. I cannot tell how many students you have taught, but I can say you have changed my life. Thank you.

Thank You Note to Teacher from Student

1. I will never forget the hard work and contribution you have made into my life. Thank you!

2. You have filled me with knowledge that I never had. Thank you teacher!

3. Your classroom is more than a place to learn. Since you became my teacher, I have gained so much knowledge. Thank you for educating and motivating me.

4. My teacher, I have learned so much from you. You have been more that a teacher. You are caring and understanding. Thank you.

5. Most people have a special teacher that they will always remember. For me that teacher is you. Thank you for being an awesome teacher.

6. I never saw the importance of a teacher in one’s life, now I see it in me and I am saying thank you.

7. I can’t remember how many times you pushed us, made us sleep late and wake up very early, but now I know the reason why. Thank you teacher!

8. Teacher, if I ever annoyed you, receive my apologies. Now I see the importance of a teacher and you have been a wonderful one.

Thank You Teacher Quotes

1. You are the best teacher of the year. I will really miss your class next year.

2. Thank you for everything you have done this year. You have greatly impacted my life

3. Thank you for believing in me when I did not believe in myself. Your words have really inspired me to success.

4. I can’t find the right words to thank you how on how you have impacted my life for the better. You are an awesome teacher.

5. Thank you for being an outstanding educator! We are very thankful for making the subjects very easy to understand.

Thank You Teacher Messages from Parents

1. Thank you so much. You have made a great difference on our children. They are now on the right path to their dreams.

2. Thank you for making our children gain confidence, and trust in their studies.

3. I feel so proud to have you as a teacher for my child. I know he is in good hands as you are a dedicated teacher. Thank you and keep up the good work!

4. If all teachers were like you, the world would be a different place. Thank you for instilling discipline in our children

5. We are grateful to you; you have opened the minds of our children and made them see the best in life.

6. Thank you for creating safe learning environment for my child. You are the best teacher!

7. You have made such a great impact on our children, we cannot thank you enough. Thank you teacher!

8. For the sleepless nights and early mornings you took to prepare the lessons for teaching, we thank you caring about our children.

9. You are not only a great teacher, but also an amazing role model for our children. Thank you for being a wonderful teacher.

10. You are an inspiration to our children. Thank you for inspiring our children to be better people in the society.

Thank You Message for Teacher Appreciation

1. Thank you for making the subject to easy to understand. I thought I would never understand the subject.

2. Thank you for making the lessons so interesting. I always look forward to your subjects.

3. I owe you a debt of appreciation for all that you have done for me.

4. Thank you for supporting and enlightening me. You are a blessing to my life. Thank you teacher.

5. You are my inspiration and guide. Thank you for being my true mentor.

Short Thank You Message for Teacher

It must have been a tiresome and boring task for you to wake up every morning and teach the same things. Thank you for not giving up, you have made us who we are today!

If all teachers would be having the passion and dedication as you, then the world would be very far. Thank you teacher for your resilience!

Thank you for giving your teaching career your all. It’s so enjoyable listening to you, you make things looks look so simple.

You are the best teacher ever. You make learning look so easy. Thank you for making us understand the lessons and pass our exams.

A Thank you message is not enough on what you have imparted on us. Thank you teacher!

Thank you for being a great teacher, the energy you put into making us understand even is the subject is hard is so amazing. You are the best teacher.

I don’t know how you manage to make things look so easy. Thank you for being our teacher.

Quotes for Thanking Teachers

We know how much effort you put on us, you never had free weekends as you were always checking and improving on our weakness. Thank you for your sacrifice

Thank you for showing us the way, leading us to the path of success.

Thank you for being patience with us, even if we are a little naughty. We could not have made it this far if it was not your patience and sacrifice on us.

Your teachings were always straight to the point. Thank you for simplifying your teachings and making us understand. We love you teacher.

Thank you for passing on the knowledge the best you could.

Thank you for opening our eyes, you made us see that we can always achieve anything we want if we put our hearts and focus on it.

Not every teacher is a teacher as the title is only reserved for great teachers like you. Thank you for being a great teacher.

Teacher Thank You Quotes

There are so many reasons you make us happy, may you find the happiness in you too. Thank you teacher for your hard work!

You deserve an award, what you do for the student is extraordinary, but we can only say thank you.

You deserve a holiday treat, far away from the teaching where you can relax and be pampered, but I can only thank you for the good work. Thank you teacher!

May this massage warm you up and give you the courage you need every day. Thank you teacher!

Thank you for not giving in to what you don’t believe in, you have made us pass with flying colors. Thank you for being a great teacher.

You deserve a standing ovation, we were all wrong on how hard this subject was. You have made us love it even more. Thank you teacher!

Thank You Sayings for Teachers

All the hard work you put in teaching, doesn’t go unnoticed. You are an amazing teacher. Thank you for everything.

You have made a great impact on our lives, with your daily motivation words, Thank you teacher.

We are so lucky that to have you as our math teacher! Thank you for making math’s to look as easy as abc.

Thank you for being such a caring teacher. We love you.

I can’t find the perfect word to appreciate all that you do for us. Thank you teacher!

We are very lucky to be your students. You are an inspiration to us. Thank you teacher!

Thank you for always pushing us to do our best, you have really helped us perform better.

Children are likely to become what you constantly say and believe of them.

Education is not meant to punish children but teach them on how to be better people in life.

No one can take what you have within you, what you learn is yours to keep.

A good teacher is like a candle placed on a high place, it shines for others. Thank you teacher for being the light in our life.

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A letter to my departing student teacher

byTara Smith

Six weeks have passed by in flash, it seems, for it is already time to bid my student teacher goodbye. As I compile book list recommendations, photograph charts and student work, and gather together notes and resources that Jessica might find useful in the years to come, I am also thinking about the “bigger picture”.  I am thinking about  the ideas I hope she holds on to as she leaves our classroom and begins to find one of her own, ideas about reading and writing workshop, and about teaching, in general.  So, I sat down and wrote this letter:

Dear Jessica,

We were so fortunate to have you in our classroom for the last six weeks.  You helped me see my teaching practices through new eyes, and you helped me sift through the whys and hows of my teaching day.  I hope you find ways in which to accomplish this for yourself in the years to come. Invite colleagues and  (should you be so lucky to have one in your district) literacy coaches into your classroom to observe the way you roll out a new unit, teach a mini lesson, read aloud a poem or a book.   They will often see and hear what you can’t, but should.

I hope that you will always read what our kids are reading, and be a daily model of a reading life.  Did you notice how our students’ eyes lit up when you passed along a book you loved? Did you notice how they took note of  the book stack on your desk, or  how you read while you ate your lunch?  Our kids need teachers who love books and love sharing the magic of reading every day and in every way.

And I hope that you will always write along with them, living a writer’s life so that you can be a better teacher of writing.  Did you notice how the kids took note of the way your writer’s notebook was always at hand? Did you see how they sat up and paid attention  when you shared stories from your life, and how the writing of those stories made those moments shine brighter for you?  Our kids need writing teachers who know the struggles and joys of working every day to write just a bit better than they did the day before.

I know that you will always plan your lessons meticulously, drawing upon the best resources available, but I also hope that you will remain open to those teaching moments that arrive unscripted and unbidden. For our best teaching moments often happen when we are responding to a student’s unexpected “what if?” or “why not?”  right in the middle of our well-organized lesson plan.  Sometimes, our best learning comes when we follow a different bend in the road and discover new terrain.

Please don’t be afraid to try new things, even if you have to go it alone.  Every year is a new year, with a new set of children, and a new set of learning needs.  Every year is a new chance to put the ideas you learned from that stack of summer PD reading into practice, to introduce new projects and investigations, and to invite your kids to share their ideas, too!  Beware of this:

Embrace the messiness of learning!  A joyful classroom is filled with conversation, laughter, papers and projects here and there, and an exuberant sense of purposeful doing and learning. Kids want to learn, they really do.  They walk into our classrooms every day hoping that we will honor their desire to learn, and that we will find a way to make that learning meaningful and engaging.  Let your classroom be one in which there’s lots of “turn and talk”, “think and share”, and “puzzle it out together”.  Let there be noise!

I hope that you will cultivate a culture of kindness and community in your new, and very own classroom.  This takes every day work, for it’s in noticing and responding to the “small” things that we create a safe learning environment for our children. How else can we ask them to write about and share aloud what’s important to them? Or to read and discuss books that make them question, cry, or laugh?

Please, please, have fun!  Teaching is exhausting, and challenging, and so on, and so on…but can be so much fun.  You want to be this teacher:

     Actually, I think you already are this teacher….which is why you will be missed so much!  Good bye, good luck…come back and visit sometime soon!

Mrs. Smith, and the children in Room 202

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Dear Students,

Thank you.  You may not know it, but you’re fantastic.  As the teacher, it is my job to create an environment as conducive to learning as possible.  That may include considering seating arrangements, presentation of material, my attitude in class, how I handle discipline in class, etc.  And as much as I consider and account for all of those aspects of the classroom environment, nothing affects or shapes my plans more than you.  So, while it is literally my job to create a great environment for learning, it is also on your shoulders a bit…and as I stated earlier, you’re fantastic.

You probably couldn’t tell today, but I’m stressed….adulting can be quite difficult at times.  Today, in particular, a plethora of adult things are stressing me out to the max:

-scheduling buses for a last minute change to the soccer team’s game tomorrow.

-completing bus requests for the remainder of the soccer season…that is, until the inevitable cancellations due to excessive rain means I have to reschedule games and make changes to the bus requests.

-finding a date for two games that need to be rescheduled

-completing a check request to pay for a tournament for the soccer team.

-planning for and writing a bid proposal for improvements to the practice soccer fields.

-an interesting change to the student/teacher parking situation at school.

-planning soccer practice today.

-solidifying plans for class tomorrow.

-writing…for my blog and a book proposal for a publisher.

-restructuring plans to get through all of the AP psychology curriculum before the exam because of missed days.

-planning review days for the AP exam.

-financial stuff…you may or may not know it, but teachers aren’t paid a lot, and sometimes life creeps up on you.

-and other stuff…

Individually, these stressors aren’t much and are easy to deal with, but all at once…tough times.

I have two groups of people who help me when I get this stressed…help me forget about the mountain of things to do.  Number 1 is my family.  You’re in my class and you know the way I talk about them.  I love them.  They are the most important people in my life.  Nothing calms me more than going home to my wife and three kids every day.  Sure, I need to cut the grass and pull up some weeds.  There’s always laundry to fold and dishes to be cleaned, but somehow enjoying watching my four year old dance like a ballerina or throwing frisbee with my son seems infinitely more important…the grass will get cut, but these experiences with my family are fleeting moments of awesome I can never get back.  Honestly, I would much prefer my family write something on my tombstone resembling ‘loving father and husband’ than ‘his yard was well manicured.’

You may be surprised to know that you are number 2.  I know society and the media tells you that you are a nuisance and we’re all doomed because of your immaturity.  Guess what?  They said the same thing about my generation and the same will be said about the generations of teens that follow you.  To be honest, I’m much more worried about the actions of the adults in this world than I am by you.

Anyway, because of how great you are in the classroom, I am more able to be the best teacher I can be.  I am able to try new things, have meaningful conversations, discuss research, tell dad jokes (thank you for the pity laughs), and just be myself.  If you weren’t so wonderful, both in your behavior and work ethic, things could be very different.

So, when I walked in to the school today, I was stressed.  I was stressed as I planned for the day.  I was stressed as I made coffee.  I was stressed as I answered emails before class.  And then you guys/gals walked in and I’m able to put those stressors in the back of my mind and sincerely enjoy my job, my profession, and one of my passions.  I could not do that without you.  Trust me, I’ve taught in different schools where this was not the case.

So, thank you.  Thank you for being you.  Thank you for allowing me to be myself and for doing your part; for being so wonderful that I can forget about the stressors that life doles out and enjoy my career.  While it is my job to create an environment conducive to learning…you do so much to create an environment conducive to teaching.

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Thank You Messages for Teachers to Show Your Appreciation

SAMPLE LETTER

[Senders Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Letter Date]

[Recipients Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-


Dear [Recipients Name],

Thank you so much for agreeing to be my mentor and for taking me on as a student teacher.

I must say I had a good time working with you. It has been an incredible experience for me learning your teaching styles. You are so good with the students, and I liked the way you engage each and every one of them in the course of your teaching. During those few days, I learned a lot from you, and I can't thank you enough. I can now confidently teach students without being nervous.

Thanks once again.

Sincerely,

[Senders Name]
[Senders Title] -Optional-

[Enclosures: number] - Optional -
cc: [Name of copy recipient] - Optional -

Thank you letter to cooperating teacher.

Further things to consider when writing thank you letters to teachers

Thank You Letters

Thank-you letters are letters written to politely acknowledge a gift, service, compliment or an offer. Simply put, these are letters you write to express your gratitude and appreciation for someone's thoughtful actions. You can send a thank-you letter after personal events, an interview, networking events, after receiving a gift or donation, etc. A thank-you letter is always special in that it lets the recipient know that what he/she did was greatly valued and appreciated. The letter should be sent promptly and when the events are still fresh so that it can be more meaningful.

Thank-you letters should be warm, personal, and sincere. Begin with the two magical words "Thank you," and address the recipient in a way that feels most natural. Be clear about what you are thanking the person for. Let the recipient know why his/her specific gift or actions are cherished and why they are important to you. Inquire after the recipient's well-being and share some information about your life. Let him/her know that you are thinking about him/her and mention the next time you may want to meet. To wrap things up, thank the recipient again and let him/her know that you value his/her friendship.

Letters to Teachers

Letters to teachers are, simply, the letters you send to your teachers or any other person whose job is to help you acquire knowledge. There are many occasions when you may find it necessary to write to your teachers. May be you want to see how they are doing over summer break, you want to apologize for bad behavior, or you just want to appreciate them for being the best. Whatever the occasion, writing a letter can allow you to express yourself in a personal and sincere way. Depending on the content, you can follow the basic letter format or a format specific to appreciation and apology letters.

Before writing letters to teachers, it is important to write a draft so that you are able to organize your thoughts. Start your letter with the right salutation and mention the name of your teacher. Write an introductory sentence that states the purpose of your letter. Convey your message clearly and directly. Stay on topic and avoid bringing in irrelevant stories. Use an honest, sincere, and respectful tone. Wrap things up by wishing your teacher well. Reread the letter to catch any grammar and spelling mistakes.

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