When I was in fourth grade my P.E teacher always told us “Practice doesn’t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.”
I had a fourth grade teacher that made us excited to learn. No matter if you were rude, she’d teach you your wrongs and you’d completely change.
I had a third grade teacher who loved us so much she got an Elf On The Shelf and made it seem as if he left notes around the class every day.
At the end of the school year, she gave us each a gift in memory of her.
I had a social studies teacher that despite our class room being burned, she has stayed strong for us and before Christmas we managed to recover our classroom.
I had a math teacher who encourages us to learn math. She made it fun and educational.
I had an English teacher who encouraged us to read and proceed with our dreams. She inspired us with motivational quotes.
I had an art teacher who struggled with my class but she stayed strong. The other kids didn’t listen but I felt her pain.
I had a science teacher that even though her classes were boring, she changed it up a bit sometimes and put on educational videos and movies.
All the teachers I mentioned I loved and I still love to this day because they’ve been some of the best teachers for me.