Valentine’s Day is not all about cherishing your significant other, be it your wife, husband, boyfriend or girlfriend, it is also about appreciating and admiring the special people in your life, who care for you and love you. It is not unusual for kids to want to write letters to their teachers on Valentine’s Day, and if your kid has that idea, you should encourage it.
If your child is not old enough to write on his/her own, you should find out what he/she wishes to say to the teacher and then put it down on paper. On the other hand, you can also follow the template below.
Sample of Valentine’s Day Letter to Teacher
Dear Mrs. Shelby,
I am writing this letter to wish you a very happy Valentine’s Day. I hope you and your family have fun today and you get to share good time with them. When I thought about Valentine’s Day, my mom, dad and brother came to my mind but they were not the only ones. I also remembered you, because I truly appreciate all the care, attention and affection you give me and the whole class.
The biggest thing I like about you is that you give our opinions importance and make us feel like we can think of things in the right way. Most parents, like mine, consider us only as children and can be quick to dismiss any ideas we might have.
Your encouragement and appreciation had a big role to play in my pursuit of music, which is a big passion of mine. Even if I don’t ever become a great musician, I still have a lot of fun playing music and will always remember the support you gave me.
I can never thank you enough or tell you how important you are to me. Please accept this as a token of my appreciation.
Happy Valentine’s Day!