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Teachers' Day: Tips to make the D-Day Special

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The countdown has begun for the D-day -- 'Teachers' Day'. Teachers Day is celebrated on 5th September ever year. As the day is ahead students are excited and looking forward to convey their wishes to teachers, who played a significant role in shaping their career.

Teacher has always been a guide and inspiration at every stage of student's life. None of the achiever has attained success without the guidance of teacher. Hence, it is our duty to pay regards and gratitude to teachers in remembrance of their contribution for the overall development of the child.

CareerIndia has come up with some tips on how to make the Teachers' Day unique and colourful. Follow these tips and tell your Teachers how Special are they?

 Teachers' Day: Tips to make the D-Day Special

Convey wishes and offer some gifts

  • Hang a saluting sign board on classroom door writing the name of your Teacher. Take the opportunity to wish the teacher with the right gesture
  • Gift your Teacher with sweets, gifts and flowers. Gift attached with a small notes means a lot for the teacher
  • If possible provide balloon bouquets, and flowers for every teachers' lounge. This will make your Teachers' Day celebration more colourful and bright

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    Activities for the occasion:

    To entertain teachers at school and college, students can organise function. You can arrange singing, dancing competition and also theme play.

    Give Speech: Since it is the time and day to speak about the teacher make a small note to wish all teachers in the institution for guiding them in shaping the career and helping you to reach the success. During the speech also mention other eminent teachers who contributed and earned fame at national level. Mention some of the best quotes too.

    Singing Competition: Dedicate a group song for Teacher and arrange competition for teachers and also give away prizes for the best singer.

    Dance Competition: Performing dance classical or contemporary would be a visual treat for the gathering. Students can make use of the chance to showcase their talent.

    Recite Poems: Writing poems is an another form to convey wishes to teacher. Write poems with some best titles: best teacher, inspirational teacher or thank you teacher and recite it on the occasion will make your teacher proud.

    Mimicry of Teachers: Students can try imitating teachers. Imitating teachers is harmless fun make sure not to cross the limit to take the ugly side. Teachers would enjoy the replica of theirs on the stage.

    Games: Both indoor and outdoor games can be arranged for teachers. Games like carom, musical chair, cricket, football and scrabble contest will surely be a fun filled games. Offering prizes for winners will bring spirit in the game.

    Plan a Picnic: Take your teacher on a picnic to nearby places to celebrate the day. Celebrating outdoor will refreshes your teacher and students as well.

    Offer Lunch: You can treat your teacher with delicious dishes, ofcourse they should be her/his favourite dishes.

    Gift: As a token of love you can gift teachers with books, greeting cards, flowers and mementos.

    Thanksgiving: Expressing gratitude is utmost and prominent as the day is dedicated to teachers. Do not miss the opportunity to thank teacher for imparting the knowledge and helping you in learning many things.

    Honouring Teacher: Awarding teachers in recognition of their effort is the best option to show reverence. Honour teachers and award them with the best titles. Titles should match their roles in the organisation.

    Also Read: Know More About PM Modi's Teacher's Day Plans

    Teachers day is not only meant for schools and colleges day to remember your teacher. Try to meet your teachers on the day and convey the wishes. If you stay far away make time to write a thank you letter and make his/her day memorable.

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