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The most beautiful thing in this world is to see your parents smiling, and knowing that you are the reason behind that smile.
For all that our parents do for us, there is no way of repaying them. Though they do not expect anything but love from us, an occasional thank you or an acknowledgment to appreciate them, might just make them happy.
MomJunction has compiled thank you quotes so that you could show your love and appreciation for your parents.
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Giving a preschool graduation speech is also an opportunity to publicly thank your families for sharing and entrusting their child(ren) with you. In addition, it is an.
Are you a teacher thinking of adding some preschool graduation poems to your ceremony?
Sometimes our feelings and emotions are best expressed through poetry.
Poems have been used for thousands of years to communicate joy, sadness, love, and pride.
As a parent or teacher of preschoolers, you may be feeling all of those emotions as your little ones get ready to move on to the next phase of their life – kindergarten.
Read on for how to use preschool graduation poems and some great examples of this type of poetry.
The following poems can be used in a variety of ways:
You don’t have to feel limited in using the preschool graduation poems only in one way, either.
Feel free to mix it up a little – if you love them all, use them all in different ways!
Do you remember way last fall
When I was only just this tall?
Now look at me! I'm up to here!
And my, I've learned a lot this year!
In fact, you think I'm really great!
That's why I get to graduate!
It's time to say good bye now
and so before you go
we'd like to tell you something that
we think you'd like to know
We're going to start our school days
For twelve more years and then
When we graduate the next time
Won't you please come back again!
Kindergarten Here We Come
(sung to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)
Kindergarten here we come
We know we'll have lots of fun
Lots of things to make and do
Reading Writing Counting too
Kindergarten here we come
We know we'll have lots of fun
Another Graduation Poem
Now I know my ABC's,
Colors, shapes, and days.
I sang some songs and learned some poems
and rhymes, and fingerplays.
I played outside on sunny days
And inside when it rained.
My little hands and little feet
were busy every day.
My Teacher was (teacher's name),
I kept her on her toes,
She tied my shoes, combed my hair,
and even wiped my nose.
But now it's time to say "good-bye"
To all my preschool friends.
School is over, summer's here,
But learning never ends!
It’s time to say good-bye.
Our class has come to an end.
I’ve made more cherished memories
And many more friends.
I’ve watched your children learn and grow
And change from day to day.
I hope that all the things we’ve done
Have helped in some small way.
So it’s with happy memories
I send them out the door,
With great hope and expectations
For what next year holds in store.
End of Year Poem
You’re a very special person,
And I wanted you to know,
How much I enjoyed being your teacher.
How fast the years did go!
Please come back to visit me
As through the grades you grow,
Try hard to learn all that you can
There is so much to know!
The one thing I tried to teach you
To last your whole life through,
Is to know that you are SPECIAL
There is no one else like you!
I'm glad I was your teacher
I've come to love you so.
I can't believe the end is here.
I hate to see you go.
Remember all the fun we had
in all the things we did,
But most of all remember...
You're a very special kid!
I remember taking you to kindergarten on the first day of school. We walked into the classroom and you just stood there, shy at first but then the teacher came over and introduced you to the others kids and you went off to play. I watched you for a few minutes to see how you would do and then you came up to me and said "Momma, you can leave now" and I just laughed and said "OK". I hugged you and said "I love you and that I'll be back soon to get you" and you said "OK, I love you too" and then went back to playing. I hated to leave you there but I knew you had to go. I really thought you would be crying like I seen some of the other kids doing, but you didn't. I was the one crying. I thought about you the whole time you were gone, just wondering what you were doing. When I came to get you, you were so excited and before you got in the car you were telling me all about your day. Your eyes were so bright and you were just filled with so much information, I swear you didn't stop talking until we got back into the house.
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In life, we get influenced by many people. Of these ones, only few were by virtue of physical meetings. Whether we liked them or not, physical meetings with our teachers were a constant and came with some degree of influence. However, not all of them influenced us enough to be recognized. There’s always that one teacher who went the extra mile.
There’s that one who gave their best and over the years, you realize they were your best. When we do appreciate how important such a teacher was, being able to say thank you should not be a problem. At least, with these quotes, you get to do it properly.
#1: It must have been a great task convincing yourself to show up to teach again and again. Thank you for not giving in or giving up. Thank you for giving yourself.
#2: If all the world could have your dedication, there would be more progress and more interest in education. Thank you for showing resilience in it all.
#3: Thank you for the energy you put into work that found its way into our brains somehow, some way. It was sometimes easy but when it was hard, you rarely allowed it show.
#4: And we know how you never really had free weekends as you were either reviewing our progress or planning how to improve it or both. Thank you for sacrificing.
#5: Did we ever get around to saying thank you for your patience with us? We could be a lot of trouble and naughtiness but thankfully, you stayed cool.
#6: Thank you for showing us we could be like you and even better if we put our hearts to it.
#7: For being amazing in your approach, accommodating to us all and accurate in your teachings, we say a big thank you.
#8: Thank you for not complaining about the chalk stains on your clothes, the ink stains on your hands and the tear stains on your face when it seemed nothing was coming out of your hard work. Thank you for counting us worth the pain.
#1: Not every teacher deserves to be called one because that title is reserved for great ones like you.
#2: Thank you for imparting knowledge the best you could.
#3: Saying thank you cannot cover for all you have imputed in us but I’ll say it nonetheless.
#4: I really hope you have reasons to smile and I hope my little thank you note is another good reason.
#5: You deserve a warm bath, massages for your back and legs and a warm cup of tea but as I am not close enough to give you these, I can only wish my thank you message warms you up.
#6: Hearts of gratitude are scattered all over in honour of you. Thank you for being you; a great teacher.
#7: As it stands, you deserve a standing and clapping ovation. Let’s just start with a “thank you” ovation first though.
#8: If there are decorations for every time a teacher pushed beyond a student’s initial inertia and forged ahead to make of them a great person, you’ll be highly decorated.
#1: I am not sure you remember me amongst the sea of students you have taught. I remember you though and I cannot forget to say thank you.
#2: Thank you for the little nudges, the extra pushing and the constant encouragement in those years as your student.
#3: I definitely had little or no idea the importance of having you teach me. Now I do and I am saying thank you.
#4: If all the times I annoyed you could be converted to thank you, they still will not be enough.
#5: I am living proof that all your efforts were not in vain. Thank you for the hours at work and even off work.
#6: I do not know how many times your wrists ached from all the writing you did. Or how often your voice went hoarse. But I do know that right now, I want to say thank you because through the pain and hoarseness, you steadfastly taught me.
#7: Why you kept at it after we first met or after you first graded me, I do not know. Why you singled me out for the extra lessons, I have no idea. You saw potential where I saw none and you did not stop till you had fanned it into flames. There’s just thank you to say and more thank you.
#8: Through your smiles and stern looks and subtle remarks to do better, I have sailed through life. When I am tempted to give up, I remember your words, urging me to give it another try. Thank you for making me a stronger person.
#1: It has been day after day of hearing your name in our child’s school tales. Thank you for always being the hero.
#2: It is easy to send our child to school without fretting because we know that beyond the books, we can trust you to be on the watch concerning all our child does and needs.
#3: Thank you for the sweat and tears you have invested in our child. You went over and beyond your pay cheque. In fact, there is no amount that can pay you back enough.
#4: Somehow, you assumed the role of parent and teacher for the students. We say thank you for doing both really well. Our child is the better for it.
#5: We know how easy it could be for our child to have forgotten to mention this. But, we wish to show our gratitude today to you for all that your teaching stands for.
#6: We have met many teachers of our child and truly, you are outstanding. Thank you for being special, especially to our child.
#7: We are grateful that our child experienced studentship while with you. Indeed, it has shaped greatness into our child, more than we could have imagined.
#8: We know some times, your own children were deprived of your care and attention because you were busy attending to ours. We would like your children to know how awesome you are and implore them to be grateful to have such a person as you.
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