Teachers are underpaid and under-appreciated. But the work they do is some of the most important, whether they’re public-school teachers, private-school teachers, or homeschool teachers. There’s a saying that “teaching is the profession that teaches all the other professions.”
National Teacher Day (Teacher Appreciation Day) is the Tuesday during the first full week of May. I hope you take the time to honor a special teacher from your childhood or to help your child honor a special teacher. I created a word art freebie based on the quote “A truly special teacher is very wise and sees tomorrow in every child’s eyes.” Author Unknown
For printing, feel free to download the word art freebie without watermark. If you’d like to share the image online, please use the image with the watermark. Of course, I always appreciate when you link to my post and Facebook page, too.
To download word art without watermark, click here, then right click on the image and choose “Save Picture As . . .”
Be sure to check out my best teacher appreciation quotes for lots of inspiration and ideas of ways to say thank you to a special teacher.
If you’re looking for gift ideas, check out my post at Living Montessori Now with Mother’s Day- and teacher appreciation gifts for kids to give.
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