How to celebrate Teacher’s Day in Online Classes?

It’s Teacher Appreciation Week and with many schools remote or following new safety protocols because of COVID-19, we’ve all gotten a pretty clear glimpse into “a day in the life” of a teacher. And we have found a greater appreciation for teachers as we’ve seen just how much they do and their passion to help students learn and grow.

It’s in these challenging times that we truly recognize and appreciate how our nation’s educators play such a pivotal role in our children’s lives—inspiring a lifelong love of learning and discovery and making a difference in their well-being and long-term success.

So how do we thank our teachers for their immense work and the positive impact that they continue to make while social distancing? We’ve got you covered with these fun and thoughtful ideas.

Say Thank You with A Photo Collage
Students can team up with other classmates to make a photo collage message. This is not just a clever idea but easy as well. Try to create a short message and send it to your teacher after the photo collage.

Make a Video with Selfanimate
You can also celebrate the day with your teachers and other students during an online class with a video message. All you have to do is download a template of your choice from the template library on Selfanimate. Then, add a message that you want to convey to your teacher. You can also download pre-made video greetings for teacher’s day on Selfanimate.

Send an email
Get your child to draft an email to her teacher. Ask him to write about things she likes about her teacher, what she misses about her classroom, and also thank the teacher for their support through the lockdown. Add pictures, illustrations, GIFs and animations to make it more fun.

Host a virtual party
Organise a virtual Teacher’s Day party on Zoom or Google Hangouts. Co-ordinate with other students and make sure they can attend. During the party, students can share their messages of appreciation with the teacher. They can hold up signs or cards, or even sing a song for the teacher. Parents can also join in to cheer the teacher.

Make a whole day out of it with these amazing ideas to celebrate teacher’s day right at home with online classes!

Happy Teacher’s Day Greetings Video

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Happy World Teacher’s Day Celebration

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