Thank you for Children Entrusted to ME
This is the eighth lesson plan in our series titled, “Toddlers Knowing God.” Each of these studies help children age 18-24 months better understand the character & nature of God. Click here to see the main index for these Bible lessons.
This particular lesson is Psalm 100:3-5 and teaches how to say thank you to God.
Thank You, God
Simple Lesson Series on God for 18-24 months
Scripture: Psalm 100:3-5
Main Idea: Thank you, God! (Repeat throughout the lesson. Use sign language for “thank-you” each time you say it.)
Supplies: Bible, See additional activities for other supplies and preparation.
With toddlers, you want to keep your lesson simple. If your class is able, get them to sit together on floor in front of you. Hold up your Bible. SAY: The Bible is God’s Word. The Bible tells us everything comes from God! We should thank God for everything in our lives. Thank you, God! (Do sign language.) Can you say thank you God?
The following activities are designed to reinforce the simple Scripture truth, encourage toddlers development, and engage their imaginations and creativity. Choose the ones that will work best for your classroom.
Thank you, God, for Me!
SUPPLIES: Mirror(s) for them to see themselves.
DO: Talk about different body parts God made as they look in the mirror.
SAY: Where is your hair? God made your hair! Thank you God for my hair!
Where is your nose? God made your nose! Thank you God for my nose![Continue on with eyes, mouth, tongue, ears, belly, fingers, and toes.] God, you made me! Thank you God for me! Can you say thank you God?
Thank You, God, for My Family!
SUPPLIES: Pictures of their families
DO: Point and talk about different family members.
SAY: God gave you your mommy! Thank you God for mommy! God gave you your daddy! Thank you God for Daddy! God gave you a [big/little] sister! Thank you God for my sister! God gave you [big/little] brother! Thank you God for my brother. God gave you friends. Thank you God for my friends! God, you gave us a family! Thank you God for my family! Can you say thank you God?
Thank You, God, for Your Creation!
DO: Take a walk to discover things outside that God created.
SAY: Look at the tall trees! God gave us the trees. Thank you God for the trees! (Continue on with sky, flowers, grass, clouds, bugs, etc.) Can you say thank you God?
God Takes Care of Us
SUPPLIES: Pretend food, dress-up clothes, baby dolls, bottles, blankets-works well in a Dramatic Play center.
DO: Discover how God takes care of us. Show them how to care for a baby doll. Let them wrap the babies in a blanket, feed them, try to put on a diaper, etc. Emphasize that God takes care of us we take care of the baby.SAY: God takes care of us! Thank you God for caring for us! God gives us life! Thank you God for life! God give us food.
Thank you God for food! God gives us water! Thank you God for water! God gives us clothes! Thank you God for clothes! God gives us a home! Thank you God for our homes! God gives us a church! Thank you God for our church! God gives us the Bible! Thank you God for the Bible! God gives us love! Thank you God for your love! God gives us Himself! Thank you God for You! Can you say thank you God?
Thank You, God, for Color!
Supplies: Paint, smocks, paper or easels
DO: Let them get messy and create beautiful works of art for God!
SAY: God gave us beautiful colors! We can paint beautiful pictures for God! Thank you God for colors! Can you say thank you God?
Thank You, God, for the Bible
SAY: This is the Bible! This is God’s Word! He gave it to us. Thank you God for the Bible!
DO: Read Psalm 100:3-5 (have them sit on your rug crisscross applesauce or do during snack), “Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.
Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.
SAY: God, you are good! Thank you God for you! Can you say thank you God?
Pray to God
DO: Hold hands or bow your heads together (just demonstrate and ask them to do the same. Some may, most may just watch.)
SAY: We can tell God thank you all of the time! Let’s tell God now! Dear God, thank you for giving us life. Thank you for mommy and daddy and our families. Thank you for the Bible and for our church. Thank you God for you! We love you God! Amen!
Worship Him together with their favorite worship songs!
Dear Parents: Thank You for Bringing Your Children to Church
“I can’t think of a better way for God's family to enter the church building on a Sunday morning than by shaking your hand and receiving a high-five from your child. “
Survival in the Sanctuary
I’ve seen them. You probably have too. Exhausted looking parents walking from the church to the parking lot as their children walk, run, hop, cry, fight, or refuse to make their way to the car. I’ve been one of those parents. When my kids were little, Sunday mornings were wild as struggled to get the kids dressed, fed, and out the door in time for church.
We’d stuff Steph into her snowsuit and realize she needed a diaper change. We’d insert Sam into her car seat and notice she was missing a shoe. Kailey and Tara would tease each other as they waited in the back seat. All this and we hadn’t even left the driveway.
Sometimes Sunday worship services felt ‘survival in the sanctuary’ for my husband and I as we tolerated the twenty minutes it took before the children were invited to leave for Sunday school.But I also remember how my heart would leap during those services when I’d hear our kids singing along, when I’d watch them shake an extended hand during the passing of the peace, and when they’d carefully place their own quarters in the collection plate.
Although I’m now the shortest one in the row when I stand beside my grown children on a Sunday morning, my eyes still well up when I watch them worship.
Children in Church
As people engaged in communicating the love of God to children, we know the value of age appropriate learning led by loving teachers using pedagogically sound resources. And we also understand the importance of including children in intergenerational worship.
Too often I’ve witnessed parents, weary and worried about disrupting the service, apologize to the people around because their children were wiggly or loud. They shouldn’t have to feel that way. Parents, grandparents, and other caregivers may wonder at times if it is worth all the effort. This letter is for them:
A Letter to Parents
Thank you for bringing your babies to worship. When I was a young mom, we were encouraged to bring our babies to the nursery, not the sanctuary, so I missed out on cuddling my newborn while Psalms were read and songs were sung. Seeing you rock your little one to sleep from across the aisle reminds us that God’s family includes all ages.
I’m glad you’re taking your toddlers along too. One Sunday during worship I saw a 2-year old-girl passed lovingly from one set of arms to another all the way down the row from where she had been sitting with her mom.
Everyone wanted a chance to hold her as she waved her hands to the music and watched her father play the keyboard at the front of the sanctuary.
Watching each person extend their arms toward this little one and ask, “me too?” was watching our baptismal promises come to life.
Thank you for including your preschoolers.
When little Dakota and Ayo spontaneously held each other’s hands last week and began dancing in the aisles to the beat of the music, they showed us what it means to worship God with joyful abandon.
And when Lily makes her way over to her grandpa, climbs up on his lap, and looks at him while he sings songs of praise, the two of them are painting a beautiful picture of one generation calling to the next.
I’m so glad you’re looking for opportunities to involve your children in worship.
I can’t think of a better way for God's family to enter the church building on a Sunday morning than by shaking your hand and receiving a high-five from your child.You taught your child what it means to give back the day he opened his zipper sealed plastic bag and poured the coins he'd collected into the offering for the hurricane victims he’d seen on the news.
During baptism, when your child joins the crowd that comes forward to pray for and lay hands on the person who was baptized, he knows he belongs and we're getting a live snapshot of what it means to be an intergenerational body of believers. Thank you for making morning announcements, while your son clings to your leg and your daughter holds your hand. You’re teaching them that talking to God’s family isn’t so different from sharing a story around the kitchen table.
Speaking of supper, participating in the Lord’s Supper with your kids nurtures our faith as it nurtures theirs.
Lining up with believers of all ages to receive the elements, and observing an adult get down on one knee to make eye contact with a child to say, “Jesus gave his life for you, Evan,” reminds us that Jesus died for all of us.
Watching a girl balance her pink plastic purse on one arm, as she carefully walks back to her seat while carrying a precious piece of bread and a ready-to-overflow cup of juice, reminds us what a special and abundant gift we’re receiving.
Parenting is hard work. I know that some Sundays you’re just longing to sit in silence. And I suspect that there have been times when you’ve felt your wee ones weren’t always welcome in worship. Please persist.
Because, in addition to the blessings your children bring to us as God’s family when we worship together, you’re training your child to do the one thing we get to do forever: worship (Robbie Castleman, Parenting in the Pew).
Children learn by observing. But they learn even more by participating. So keep coming. Keep trying. We’re glad you’re here.Karen DeBoer works in Discipleship and Faith Formation Ministries for the Christian Reformed Church of North America. She and her family live in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.
Karen helped shape the curricula Kid Connection and Dwell, published by Faith Alive Resources. She is also the author of the Home Grown Handbook for Christian Parenting.
You can read more of her thoughts at the CRCNA Network.
Karen's letter to parents was originally posted here on the CRCNA Network. It has been republished here, with Karen's additional introduction for Building Faith.
Thank You Message For Parents – Appreciation Quotes
Thank You Message For Parents : A great compilation of heartfelt thank you message for parents, notes, quotes and wishes to show your love and gratitude towards your beloved mom and dad. You don’t need a special occasion to say “Thank You” to your mother and father and words of appreciation for what they did among their whole life for you.
There is no way to know how many sacrifices your parents did to make your life better and what you are today. Acknowledge their limitless love and their limitless sacrifices. Do whatever it takes to make them smile. You may use these thank you message to show your love and appreciation to your loving mom and dad.
Do a Text or post it on , or write a lovely messages on a greeting card – do whatever to make them happy.
Thank You Messages For Parents
Everything we are today and everything we may become tomorrow, is all for the sacrifices our parents made for us. A big thank you for all the moms and dads in the world.
God has blessed us in so many ways, but the biggest of them all is our parents. They deserve the best from us always. Thank you to all the parents in the world!
I may not always say how much I love both of you but I can say I have a big place in my heart only for you two. Thank you, mom and dad for raising me so perfectly!
If people could choose their parents before they were born, they’d all choose you because you are just awesome. Thank you for being my parent only!
I have a heart full of love for you two. You have raised me with all the love and kindness in the world. Thank you for being so nice and caring!
Without your love, I have nothing in life. Thank you for being so caring and kind to me when I was a child. You two are the best parent in the world.
Thank you for not only being a parent to me, but also being a teacher and a mentor. You are reason for all the successes in my life!Being a parent is difficult, even more difficult is being a friend to your child. I’m lucky that you were both my parent and a friend! Thank you!
I didn’t have an awesome childhood because I had awesome friends. I had an awesome childhood because I had awesome parents. Thank you mom and dad.
Dear mom and dad, I have let so many years pass without thanking you both. But you haven’t let a single second pass without loving me unconditionally.
Thank You Messages For Parent From Son
Thank you for helping me to shape my life with positivity and passion. Without you I’d never be the person I am today. Thank you for everything!
Thank you, mom, for showing me how to be kind to everyone and thank you dad for showing me how to be strong in the bad times. I owe so much to both of you!
Everything that I learned in life, is from you two. You are the reason behind my successes and the inspiration behind my endeavors! Thank you!
Also Read: Parents Day Wishes
Raising a son me can be difficult if you are not extremely good at parenting. Thank you for being so patient and perfect. I love you both!
You mean the entire world to me. Wherever I go and whatever I do in life, your happiness will always remain to be my top priority. Happy parent’s day!
Because of you two, life seems so easy and full of happiness. Thank you for always keeping me in your prayers and always letting me chase my dreams whatever they may be.
Thank You Notes for Parents from Daughter
You have always made me feel I’m a princess in the house. Dear mom and dad, you are always in my heart. I love you! Thank you for everything!
I have always had you supporting me in all the good and bad times. Thank you for making me believe that I can do anything and everything in life.
All I want to be in life is a good parent you so that I can raise my daughter just the way you two have raised me. Thank you, mom and dad!You two have filled up my world with so much happiness that a lifetime is not enough to enjoy it all. Thank you for all the love you have given me!
Thank you to both of you more for always making so many compromises to bring a little smile face. You are a blessing for me!
Life becomes so easy and smooth when we have parents who understands us more than ourselves. Thank you for being the perfect kind of parents.
Thank You Quotes For Parents
When the world closed its doors on me, you both opened your arms for me. When people shut their ears for me, you both opened your hearts for me. Thanks for always being there for me.
In life’s journey, I always thought I was right and my dad was wrong. But life’s harsh lessons made me realize that dad’s words were right all along. Thanks, Dad.
I know I can always count on you in the most difficult times. I love you very much and I will never stop being grateful to you for how good you have been and still are as parents to me.
Mom and dad, you’ve gone through a lot of struggle and pain. But I promise I won’t let all that go in vain. I want to do justice to every time you believed in me. I will grow up, to be the best I can be.
I always thought that my parents were continuously on my back but I was mistaken. They were not on my back, but they were watching my back. Thanks for your support mom and dad.
I don’t know where life will take me as I grow old, but what I do know is that I will never be a person as big as my father. Thank you, dad!
Thanks mom and dad for telling me to figure out life’s tough problems all by myself. That is what made me understand that they were not tough in the first place.Of course, there is no way I’ll ever know everything you’ve done for me since the day you brought me into the world, but I know, and will always remember, that it is worth my eternal gratitude.
Also Read : Thank You Message For Mom
There are many things for which I thank you. I want you to know that for me you are the most wonderful people I have met and I feel very proud to be your son.
As a parent, the most important thing that you can ever teach your child is how to get along with you. As my parents, the both of you have done just this and so much more. Thank you for your love.
I love You Mom and Dad Messages
Mom and dad, I grew up cocooned in your love, comforted by your hugs and motivated by your lives… and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Thanks for everything.
Mom and dad, you have always strives to give me the best. You have been the impetus I have ever needed to succeed. Thanks for being such a good parents. I love you very much.
Dear parents, I love you both a lot and appreciate your effort and love in bringing me up to be a better individual. I am much lucky to have you both as my parents and thank God for giving me you.
Mom and dad… of all the friends and teachers I’ve had in my life, you both have been the best. Thanks.
I love you beyond paint, beyond melodies, beyond words. And I hope you will always feel that, even when I’m not around to tell you so.
The Most beautiful thing in this world is to see your parents smiling and knowing that you are the reason behind that smile.
One day I’ll be successful and people will ask me which college I went to. I’ll say, ‘It doesn’t matter because it is my parents who made me what I am today’. I love so much both of you!I have been fortunate to have you as parents. You know that you are the most special people in my life. Thanks for giving me everything you could, I love you very much.
Thank you for your tender love. You’ll never really know. How happy that you’ve made me and how much I love you so.
Mom and dad, I have no words to acknowledge the sacrifices you made and the dreams you had to let go, just to give me a shot at achieving mine. Thanks.
I love you Mom and Dad because of your unconditional love and affection all the time. You both have always been caring and loving And stand by my side in the hour of need. You have shown me the world.
Read More: Thank You Messages for Dad
You don’t need to wait for parents day to thanks your parents once a year where they deserve your heartfelt well wishes random without any occasion. Hope you get the ideas what to write in a heartfelt thank you notes for parents and the way to write your own messages for your mom and dad.
Powerful Prayers for Children and Kids [Quotes & Verses]
On this page you'll find bible verses and prayers for our children are the most precious things ever entrusted to us to raise, care for, and love unconditionally.
Children are our future, and as parents, it is our duty to provide them with support and aspirations to succeed in life.
And more importantly, to teach our children about the gift of Jesus Christ, how He is the King of Kings, and our Lord of Lords in all things, and at all times.
Our children often face challenges along the road to success with all the pressures of society; from academic related studies, to the pressures of fitting in with new social groups and peers at school.
Through the power of prayer, your child will have the protection and guidance they need for a successful start to their aspirations, and day-to-day life.
Because of prayer, you can have faith in the knowledge that you are giving your children everything they deserve, need and long for as beautiful human beings, but also as a child of God.
If the need for prayer and protection for your children is what you are seeking most, whether in your own life, or in the life of someone you love, let us pray for you at the holiest place on earth, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
We have faith that sending your prayer to the place where our Lord Jesus Christ gave his life for us will help your request be granted! It is our honor and privilege to be a prayer warrior for you, and to ask the Lord to watch over you, protect you, and keep you, always.
Please submit your prayer request today.
“Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him.” Psalm 127:3
Prayer for Protection and Care Over Our Children
Heavenly Father, we praise you for Your love and faithfulness in all things. We thank You for your protection and care over our families. Thanks be to You for giving us wisdom and righteousness for raising our children. We confess that some days, parenting is very tough.
Many days we can feel anxious, stressed or overwhelmed. We ask that You would make us more You, more aware of your constant Presence in our lives. Help us to release our children to You, so that You are free to fully accomplish all that You desire within the hearts of our child(ren).
Please fill our day to day life with Your truth, and cover us with Your favor in all things. Amen.
Prayer for Your Child’s Salvation
Father, I pray that my children will learn and understand Your holy scriptures, which are able to make them wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. I pray that Your word will fill their minds and their hearts. May they come to know that You are the way, the truth, and the light.
Prayer for Child’s Health and Healing
Lord, according to Your Word, Jesus took stripes on His body so that we could be healed. He carried our infirmities, our downfalls, and bore our sicknesses to save us, and give us life.
Therefore, I ask for You to heal my child. I believe that they can and will be healed because of your miraculous power.
Please comfort them, watch over them, and give me the strength to do what is best for them in their time of need. Amen.
Prayer for Your Child’s Wisdom and Learning
I come to you Father, and pray that my children are knowledgeable and skillful in all wisdom, discernment, and understanding that I know is a gift from You.
I pray that they are competent to learn whatever they need to know, and that Your spirit fills them fully in all things. Lord, I know You can and You will give them the aptitude for understanding and wisdom when they are young, and when they are grown.
Their foundation starts with You, and I am grateful. In Your name I pray these things, Amen.
Prayer for Your Child’s Obedience to the Lord’s Will
My gracious Lord, I pray that my children conform to Your will in every purpose, thought and action at all times. When they are faced with decisions, that they will raise their eyes to You for guidance.
Life is full of uncertainty, but if they look to You in all things, I have deep faith in knowing You will lead them. I pray that they will follow Your plan for them, and always practice what is pleasing to You.
May Your everlasting love fill their hearts and minds before speaking, planning or moving forward when it comes to decision making.
May they always be obedient to You in their youth, and as they grow.
“He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.” Matthew 18:2-6
“Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6
“Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you.” Exodus 20:12
Thank You Message to a Teacher from a Parent
We present you great samples of a sincere thank you message to a teacher from a parent. All messages can be used by parents who want to express their sincere gratitude for all the work teachers do for their children to get education and learn skills. The work teacher does is not easy at all.
That is why it is a great idea to support your teacher and send him a nice message with words of respect and gratitude. You are lucky to have a good teacher as it is very rare these days. The future of your child depends on your upbringing and the education he gets at school.
Therefore, his future is partly in hands of teachers.
A good teacher is everything a parent can never be. Thanks, for being one.
Dear teacher, thanks for not making us learn the way you wanted to teach, but teaching us the way we wanted to learn.
Thank you for teaching out child how to read and write, for guiding him to distinguish between what is wrong and what is right. For allowing him to dream and soar as a kite, thank you for being his friend, mentor and light.
Thank you for being an excellent educator! We know teachers you are not easy to find. We appreciate your time, your patience, your ability to make a dry subject interesting, and your smile.
I just want you to know that you are the best teacher. You simply stand among the rest. Please accept my gratitude for everything you did for my children. I feel so blessed to have an amazing teacher you in my life. Thank You.The most sincere and heart-felt “Thank you” to the teacher who provided us all with support, guidance and precious life lessons. Your students will always keep you in their hearts!
Thank you for continuing to teach despite a lack of recognition by politicians and the media. But we can’t just blame them – as parents we need to be more appreciative too.
We parents may be accountants, scientists, doctors and engineers – but nothing contributes to the nation’s development more than the sacrifices made by teachers. Thank you.
Parents have got the easy job of raising our own kids. They are rewarded for all their sacrifices with the joy of watching their own blood grow up into fine young men and women.
Teachers have got the tough jobs. Their rewards are limited to the hope that their wisdom will make a tiny difference in the lives of children, helping them to be better human beings.
Thank you for all your selfless sacrifices.
You are the best Teacher in this world. I am really thankful to God for blessing me with a teacher you. Thanks a lot for guidance.
Our children are safeguarded from all of life’s negative influences, because teachers you shower their love in ton and not just ounces. Thanks.
Dear teacher… thank you for having the smallest of tempers and the biggest of hearts.I feel so blessed to have a teacher you for my child. I am a witness on how dedicated you are in teaching your students and I feel relieved that you are the one who will be nurturing her/his future. Thank you and may you keep up the good work!
Would you to thank the teacher of your child for his work? You can send one of our thank you letter to teacher from parent. Such a letter will look great and your teacher will appreciate your effort.
The year has ended but your teachings remain. Thanks for everything, teacher.
I want you to know how grateful we are to have you as the teacher of our children. Your teaching style really engages the kids and gets them pumped up and excited about learning.
It’s wonderful to see them coming home in a very happy mood, with wonderful things to say about you, and eager to share what they`ve learned in class that day.
I appreciate all of your hard work, and the positive learning environment you provide for your students.
I challenge anybody in the whole world to find a better teacher than you. You’ve set a great example for all of us to follow, you’ve inspired us to be better people and to always strive to do our personal best. Thank you for being such an amazing teacher!
Thank you also for absorbing the pressure caused by tests and exams, and also of inspections. Though you have never shown any sign of being stressed by this to me as a parent, it wouldn’t be surprising if all of this monitoring and constant pressure to meet ever rising expectations did result in a bit of a strain.
It is impossible to thank a teacher. There are no words, to appreciate someone whose words empower children to chase their dreams.Schools, colleges and universities don’t achieve acclaim because of their historical buildings, heavy funding or celebrity alumni. They become great because they have outstanding faculty you. Thank you.
In this note I want to tell you that you are the best. You shine above all the rest. So accept my thanks for all you do . As parents we’re indeed very lucky to have you in our child’s life.
A year full of lessons from you adds to a lifetime of empowerment. Thank you for your patience in imparting knowledge.
There are two types of teachers, one who teach their students what the syllabus dictates and the other, who go beyond the coursework to teach their students things that life dictates. Thank you for being the latter.
Thank you for creating an environment of enthusiasm for learning, appreciation for growing, and room for making mistakes along the way.
If there were a Nobel Prize for Best Teacher, I’m sure you would get it! Thank you for being such an amazing person and a true inspiration!
Thank you for doing all of this, day after day, no matter what. Whether you are nursing the early stages of a cold, or dealing with whatever dramas might be going on in your personal lives (let’s face it – we all have them!), you are there. Un most people in regular jobs you can’t have the odd day taking it easy – you are performing up in front of 30 eager little faces, come rain or shine.As a wonderful teacher, you may not realize that all good teachers have good parental qualities. But as good parents, we realize that we don’t have exquisite teaching qualities yours. Thank you for taking good care of our child.
Nothing can come close to the inspirational presence of a teacher you in a student’s journey. You have no idea how important a role you play in shaping for a student, a brilliant destiny. Thank you.
Appreciation Notes for Teacher from Parents
It is a great idea to unite with all parents and send your teacher appreciation notes from parents. You will surprise the teacher of your child and make him or her feel special. It is important to know that your efforts are appreciated and valued.
There may be lots of free tutorials online, but nothing comes close to the experience of being personally taught by you. Thank you for your patience the whole year long.
No words can express my gratitude to you. Thank you for the encouragement, kindness, Patience and everything you did for my child. Thank you.
Before meeting you, I never thought that a person could be a teacher, support, mentor and philosopher all in one! Thank you for all your hard work and dedication!
Thank you for protecting me as a parent from what must be difficult and pressured times within schools. Due to funding cuts, I read in the media reports of class sizes going up, school trips no longer happening, and resources and materials being limited. There are also stories of teaching assistants’ hours being reduced and teachers not being replaced when they leave.
Google, Wikipedia, Wikihow, Seventeen and Encyclopaedias have no place in our child’s life because of awesome teachers you. Thanks for being our child’s one-stop helpline.
Thank you very much, Teacher. I noticed the improvement of my child since you became his/her teacher. My son/daughter can now read and write short words and phrases. Thank for so much for the encouragement and teachings.Ordinary teachers teach their students to be good human beings by asking them to read inspirational books. Great teachers you teach their students to be good human beings by being an inspiration themselves. Thank you.
You have and will continue to be a great influence on me. Thank you for the great work you do and the huge impact you make in young people’s lives as a teacher.
Your dedication and patience is truly remarkable. I want you to know that you’re such an amazing teacher. She/He showed huge improvement in her/his academic lessons in your class. Thank you very much.
I know your job is stressful and the hours are long, but you are always kind and understanding. I am grateful to have been taught by such an admirable person.
School year has now come to an end. I’d to express my gratitude for your dedication and patience. You have given to my kid during her/his school year in your class.Thank you!
As students, many teachers and educators will pass through our lives without remembrance. Yet, a special few will leave a lasting impression. Thank you for being one of the special educators who will live on forever in the minds and hearts of the students whose lives you have touched.
My child has become a better person because of a wonderful person you. Thanks.
Thank You Card for Parents from Teacher
Do you want to send a thank you card for parents from teacher? As a teacher, you can express your appreciation for all the work parents do for the development of the school. Parent’s support is essential for children. This is the investment to their future. Teachers understand this and can always express their feelings by sending thank you cards.
A big thank you to you and your family for the beautiful gift basket you presented me with on Teacher Appreciation Day. I love every item in it (and especially the delicious-smelling citrus candle!), and when all those treats are gone, then I shall use the basket itself for keeping my knitting safe.Thank you very much for your touching and beautifully written letter. It means a lot to me to know that you enjoy my classes. I also appreciate the personalized coffee mug you gave me. I drank my coffee from it this morning and it tasted extra good!
Thank you so much for the generous gift card. What a treat! You can be sure that I’ll have a fun time spending it over the holidays. Wishing you all the blessings of the season.
Thank You Images to a Teacher from a Parent
These Thank You Messages for Teachers are Special and Unique..
Teachers play a big role in shaping the minds of your children.
They inspire, motivate, and encourage students to think the box, to learn what’s right from wrong, to speak their minds, and to use what they learn in school to help change their lives and the lives of others.
Teachers also play the role of parents to the students that belong to their classrooms.
They get to spend a lot of time with them, so they are able to talk to them and know what’s on their minds.
They can greatly influence and motivate, so it’s important that teachers and the student’s’ parents have a good relationship and an open line of communication.
Thanking your children’s teachers is a good exercise in fostering a healthy and honest relationship.
They are taking care of your children in the classroom, and they are teaching them things that they need to survive in the real world.
They have such a huge responsibility yet get so little in return.
A little appreciation and recognition can definitely go a long way.
Witty Thank You Messages for Teachers from Parents
Great teachers are very hard to come by.
There are plenty of teachers around, but not all of them are patient, kind, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, or inspiring.
When you do find one that your children adore and who care for them their own, take care of them and build a good relationship with them.
Here are some examples of thank you messages for teachers from parents that can make them feel warm and fuzzy all over.
Teachers do very important work, so it’s time to tell them just how much you appreciate them for the great work they do with your children.
Examples of Warm Thank You Messages for Teachers from Parents
When it comes to thanking your children’s teachers, it’s best to keep your Thank You message short, honest, but sweet.
Teachers deserve all the gratitude and recognition in the world for working in an oftentimes thankless job.
They work selflessly and patiently with students and help shape their minds. For this, teachers deserve that heartfelt thank you message from you.
Examples of Affectionate Thank You Messages for Teachers from Parents
Teachers are considered your child’s second parents. They take care of them when they are at school, and they guide and inspire them to learn more and be more. Their dedication to their job is admirable, and they always do it without waiting for recognition or reward.
For this reason, you should give your child’s teacher a thank you message for all their hard work and commitment to the profession.
Unique and Special Ideas on How You Can Thank Teachers
Writing the perfect Thank You message for teachers need not be a chore.
All you need to do is to brainstorm words that you would to use that will help you express your thoughts and emotions most effectively.
Think of the memories that you have of this teacher that prove just how great and effective they are at what they do.
Use some nice stationery or writing paper, and use your own handwriting to make it more personal.
Address the teacher just how the students address her.
There’s no need to use overly flowery or colorful language, or even include quotes and lines from poems. Just say what you want to say and thank them!
Remember to keep it warm and affectionate but still professional. Let them know that you appreciate all the work that they do as teachers, and that you want to thank them for taking such good care of your child.
State your support or confidence in them, and share a short but sweet story about the changes that you noticed in your child ever since they became their teacher.
When you speak from the heart, the words will just flow and the emotions will be clear. You don’t need to say a lot for someone to feel how thankful or grateful you are.
Just a few simple but effective words should do the trick.