Teachers Day is celebrated across the country on September 5 with great fervour in schools and educational institutions to commemorate the birth anniversary of philosopher and academician Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. All the schools are closed since March due to the lockdown to contain the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Teachers and students moved online since then. If all the other festivals are celebrated online due to pandemic, why not Teachers Day! We have listed some ideas about how to celebrate Teachers Day online or virtually for the unsung heroes of COVID.
Make Your Teacher Celebrity
It is one of the easiest ways to show gratitude to your teacher. Viral your teacher photo on social media and describe how they helped you to excel in academics.
Handmade Is Love
A gift can be a nice gesture. Try to make something handmade with the help of online resources and drop it off at your teacher's doorstep.
Send A Gift
If you find it difficult with handmade, you can also gift such as a personalized coffee mug, a customised cushion, a novel or book and a succulent plant.
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One can send a personal greeting card to honour your teacher. Try to mention their hard work, especially during online classes.
Appreciate Your Teacher
Displaying the gratitude with a piece of paper is always the best. Make all your classmates write a few words about your favourite teacher who inspired or helped you a lot to excel in academics. Collect the same and gift it to your teacher in a jar.
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 photo collage.
Exhibit Your Skills
One can colour a picture for their teacher in appreciation of their efforts during the pandemic. Students can also think about describing the importance of teachers in the form of poetry. Try to make a video message with an effective speech on Teachers Day and mention your favourite teacher in it.