## Happy Teacher’s Day!

The day panicked and shivered me, I was confused how “He” would be without “Me”! After all it was his first day of school, which got me, a mum edgy!

But, hardly did I knew that down the line, it was going to be the best start for my baby. A start in the hands of “Those” who nurtured kids with Love, Care and Responsibility!

So, why not, let me take a moment to *thank the beautiful world of “Teachers” around my son!*

Here is a poem penned down by me, for what my son shared and I felt!

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## 66 thoughts on “Happy Teachers day : To my Child’s Mentors!”

Teachers always have my utmost respect! They do so much for our kids so I always thank them. This is a great poem!

What a great tribute to teachers who work so hard in the classroom and out of it too!

Thanks! Kudos to their hard work and sincerity!

What a cute poem! I love giving back to teachers, so this is perfect.

Thanks!

My girls went off today but they were confident and excited and that made me happy. Sadly my one daughter didn’t know anyone in her class so we were concerned with that but she’s a very sweet girl and know she will be ok. I now what for the excitement as they share their first day with me.

Great to know of this that they settled!

I absolutely love this! Teachers are so underappreciated and I love to see them receive love and credit from parents and students. <3

They deserve it! Thanks

Aww this is beautiful! My mother is a teacher, so she would be so proud to read this! Such a lovely poem, Jhilmil! <3

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Thank you so much Christie. Even my mum is a teacher and that’s why i have seen them working so hard for kids. They indeed need all love and respect! Lots of love to your mum as well.

I love this! Teachers do so much more for our children than just teach them, especially when they are little!

that’s true, they bring home so many new habits and hence teachers ought to be thanked! Thanks

Teachers need a lot of patience and I have a huge respect for them! <3 Such a great post!

Thanks!

Wow thats so thoughtful and kind! I use to work in a kindergarten and sometimes we dont get appreciate enough by the parents because after all we are teaching and caring the kids. We care a lot about the kids and sometimes we give even more attention to a child more than their own parents. So thanks for doing this in honor of the teacher!

I’m so happy to know that you were associated with a kindergarten. I truly admire you all for caring our kids in such a wonderful manner!

I love that you wrote this poem to teachers. They put in so much energy and time, and often don’t get the credit they deserve. I hope your child has a great year with their teacher!

Thanks, indeed teacher’s don’t get the recognition compared to the hardwork they do!

Ahh I love this! I have so much respect for teachers, they do such an amazing job and I am so grateful to them all!

Great to know of your respect for teachers. They deserve it! Thanks

What a super sweet way to recognize your child’s teacher and express what your child is experiencing being a student.

Thanks!

It’s so invaluable having teachers with determination and integration. They’re just our children’s parents at school. So there’s no reason not to pay high respect to teachers…

That’s true, our kids spend so much time with their teachers, it is must to have gratitude for them!

Teachers are the child’s second mothers as they say. This is such a lovely ode to the wonderful teachers that helped your son grow 🙂

Wow what a line you narrated, 2nd mother! Indeed they are..Thanks

What a lovely poem. I hope your son has a great school year!

Thanks!

What a lovely poem I am sure many teachers appreciate it and would love to receive such a poem

Thanks Anosa, yea, they loved it!

This was a very nice poem to all the teachers who take the time and effort to shape our children. This was wonderful. I have not decided how I want my daughters education to take, either from home or in a school environment.

Thanks, I’m sure you’ll take a very holistic decision basis your daughter’s development.

I find the teachers deserve great respect for what they teach our children. And when you get such a beautiful poem, the teaching has paid off.

Hey thanks for the beautiful compliment. The teachers loved reading it!

A beautiful tribute to the work that teachers do! I’m sure they’ll love receiving this poem.

Yea, his teachers loved reading it. Thanks!

The kids in that class are all so cute!! (And your poem is beautiful too of course). We don’t really have a teacher’s day here in the US, it sounds like a great idea.

Oh didn’t knew that US doesn’t celebrates Teacher’s day. It really gets special to appreciate the hard work teachers do! Thanks

This is so beautiful! I owe my teachers a lot. I wouldn’t be where I am without them.

Thanks Dear!

This is such a beautiful poem to appreciate teachers.In Singapore,we celebrated Teacher’s Day during last week.This photo is really beautiful with all the teachers.

Thanks Amila, it’s pleasure to celebrate teacher’s day!

I love that you and your son worked on this together and I am sure the sentiment was felt from his teacher. What a kind and thoughtful thing to do as a teacher’s wife I know that they really do appreciate parents support. What a great way to begin the school year. Thanks for sharing!

Thanks, It is always great to have a teacher in family and I’m sure you would feel proud of yourself being a teacher’s wife. My son’s teacher just loved it and she hugged both of us:)

This is one of the sweetest note! Teachers are always under appreciated and I am glad you took the time to post this.

He cecilia, Thanks. Feeling good that you loved it. I have a special place for teachers in my heart!

Awe, that is such a sweet poem for the teachers who work so hard. I never really understood the amount of pains teachers take until I worked as a teacher myself. They really deserve all the respect!

Thanks!

Wow a real great tribute to teachers in your poem. I loved each and every word of poem. Teachers are the foundation of our success and we must respect them a lot.

Thank you so much Yukti! Teachers are the founding stones!

That’s a lovely way to recognise a child’s teacher. A good teacher can be hard to find but much appreciated.

Indeed!

Giving back to teachers is so important. They spend so much of their time with children and have such a complex job.

Actually and they feel so touched since they spend so much time with kids!

Thank you so much for sharing this experience. I do not have any children right now but I love and suport teachers and how they help mold the next generation.

true, Thanks!

Oh that is so adorable! The poem especially! My cousin has little ones which started school this year and she was a mess for a couple days, until she saw what awesome teacher her twins had!

Wow, it happens initially, an anxiety in both parents and kids heart and mind. Great that she is happy now.

Thanks for sharing your experience towards this event. I still remember my time when we used to celebrate teachers day by doing contribution to give them a small treat.

So cool to celebrate teachers day there in India. I feel like we just don’t value teachers the same way here in the States. So it’s kind of sad.

I am a teacher myself and i really loved your poem. it feels really great when parents appreciate what teachers do for every child . Awesome post!

I am a teacher myself and you have no idea how much we appreciate parents who appreciate the things that we do. I just read the post above mine and I realized it is similar. I guess we teachers think alike 🙂

Aw, happy teachers day! I think this day is much appreciated since there are so many teachers working hard to make the students better people, educationally and emotionally.

Teachers are awesome. They are like second parents 🙂 They deserve every respects.

This is very beautiful. There is no teacher’s day in my country so it’s always nice to read about different traditions in different countries.