Find a Teacher appreciation poem to say thank you for all that they have done. Teachers have such a positive impact on our children we should always take the time to express our gratitude and appreciation.
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to say thank you.
You, my teacher, do so more than teach
You challenge me and make me reach
What I think is impossible
You show me the possible.
There are days when I don't feel like coming to class
But with your helpfulness and kindness that feeling doesn't last.
I can't thank you enough for all you've done
In my books, Teacher, you're number one!
Next to parents whom can we find that is more interested in our work,
Than our teachers?
With greatest care and with a great effort on their part
They try to fill our minds with knowledge.
Patiently they labor as if it were for their own good and
Not for ours that they put forth such an effort.
We could indeed accomplish very little without them.
They have great confidence in our ability to do each lesson well.
As an example of patience and self-sacrifice,
They are outstanding figures in school life.
When we paddle our own canoes on the journey of life,
Let us ever keep before us the wholesome lessons and
Good example of our teachers.
We shall never so fully appreciate What they have done for us until, in later years,
We look back to our school days, The happiest and most care-free in our life.
Thank you, dear teacher, for the gifts you have bestowed,
An education nurtured, in our lives it has grown.
Through countless lessons, you've bridged the great unknown,
The textbooks alone would have left us all disowned.
With wisdom and patience, you painted knowledge's tale,
Unlocking doors to comprehension where previous minds did fail.
In gratitude we stand, forever in your debt, we proclaim,
For your guidance has shaped us and kindled the flame.
I stand here tall and confident today,
Dear teacher you showed the way,
Your patience, kindness and care,
You helped me learn and be aware.
Your support and words of encouragement so true,
Gave me hope even when I lost my view.
Your guidance inspired confidence and pride,
For this, I am truly grateful for all the time you've tried.
You lightened difficult roads through your exemplary grace,
And continued to believe in me no matter what pace.
Thank you for never giving up on me no matter what I did,
Appreciation is sent to you from this kid!
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
A teacher of great knowledge and kind heart,
whose influence and guidance I've seen from the start.
Their lessons challenge me day by day,
invigorating my mind in every way.
Your brilliant guidance fills me with light,
allowing me to reach new heights.
Your strength and perseverance show in your words,
bestowing upon me all that I have learned.
My appreciation all goes out to you,
for you are always so true.
You gave me wisdom and shaped my desire,
inspiring me to reach ever higher.
Teachers are the ones who light the flame
Of knowledge within our hearts aflame.
Their wisdom guides us along life's road,
Their patience helps us bear the heaviest load.
They dedicate their lives to making us grow,
Their efforts and hard work we'll forever know.
We offer our thanks, this much is true,
To every teacher out there, for all that they do.
A Tribute To Teachers
Poet: Hattie Vose Hall
A builder builded a temple,
He wrought it with grace and skill;
Pillars and groins and arches
All fashioned to work his will.
And men said as they saw its beauty,
"It never shall know decay.
Great is thy skill, O Builder!
Thy fame shall endure for aye."
A teacher builded a temple
With loving and infinite care,
Planning each arch with patience,
Laying each stone with prayer.
None praised the unceasing efforts.
None knew of the wondrous plan
But the temple the teacher builded
Was unseen by the eye of man.
Gone is the builder's temple,
Crumpled into the dust;
Low lies each stately pillar,
Food for consuming rust.
But the temple the teacher builded
Will last while the ages roll;
For the beautiful, unseen temple,
Was a child's immortal soul.