Six ideas to make teachers’ day special

The applause a student receives is but a teacher’s pride. The selfless teacher holds an important place in Indian culture. ‘Guru’ is often seen as more important than ‘God’.

In India, Dr.S.Radhakrishnan’s birthday, September 5th, is celebrated as teachers’ day. He had been one of the major reasons for why Indian philosophy opened up to the rest of the world. Although the second President of India, he is remembered more for his academic prowess.

Here are a few ways by which you can make your teacher’s day special on Teachers’ Day!

  1. Write them honest letters of appreciation. They would love to know about how they might have helped you. This will benefit them in their approach to other students.

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  2. Inspire your teachers by reading a book or watching a movie together where the protagonist is a teacher and the story is about the teacher’s dedication to students.

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  3. Write a true story or make a movie about your teachers and share it with the world.

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  4. If you are old enough, let your teachers take a break by offering to teach a class on their behalf.

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  5. DIY some goodies that might be useful to your teacher and offer it as a gift. It will surely lighten their hearts.

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  6. Make your school hallways and classrooms look festive with art and other creative ideas.
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