Teachers’ Day is a national celebration in India on 5th September every year. To celebrate teachers’ day various functions are held and students try to outperform their previous year celebrations of Teachers’ Day and make their teachers feel proud. Here are some tips to celebrate Teachers’ Day this September:
Go Indian: -
Despite the modernization every older Indian gets a good feeling when someone younger touches his feet. This Teachers’ Day, Go Indian. Do what you do on Guru Purnima (ask someone what is done if you don’t do it usually). Teachers are very gentle at heart. Nothing would please them
Teachers’ Day Quotes: -
Make the ambience full the teachers’ day quotes. There are many quotes by some of the greatest students like Swami Vivekananda. Swami Vivekananda said, “Great is the teacher who gets down to the level of the student to make the student understand”. Such quotes will make them feel proud and realize that they are admired by their students.
Teachers’ Day Poems: -
Teachers’ Day is not a holiday. For this reason it becomes easier for the students to greet their teachers on this great occasion. Those good at poetry should come forward and touch the heart of their teachers. Poems on teachers’ day would certainly help. Poems
Teachers’ Day Play (Stage Act): -
Plan a play this Teachers’ Day. It may be a comedy (generally preferred) or a drama or anything that the actors feel suitable. While comedy is generally preferred, be careful that in no way should any dialogue harm the teachers’ sentiments. Teachers’ Day is to make the teachers happy not to disrespect them in any manner.
Surprise Gift: -
Surprise them by a gift. The best gift is what touches the heart of the teacher and the hearts are best touched when there are some emotions attached. Take time to plan gift for each of your teacher. This is something that will make the student as well as the teacher feel proud. Not necessarily a precious one but a gift full of emotions.
Make this Teachers’ Day special and make them feel proud of you. Wish you Happy Teachers’ Day.