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    I know I already asked this but I don't want answers like "it has to be from you" I want a real answer. So I have this teacher next year and I just want to give her a card this year! Is that okay?? And if it is what should I write in it. Thank you to anyone who answers 🎀
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    Of course its ok to give your teacher a card!
    Write things like how theyve helped you, why youre thankful, wish them the best for the future, tell them thst theyre the best teacher ever. Things like that.
    I dont know your situation so i cant really be mkre precize but thats a start!
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    What you write should be personal...

    So we can't really tell you what exactly to write....
    Bring back old memories though... It always gets them amused/teary
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    Of course that's okay- :yep: I do that too.

    It's all about what you feel, it's hard sometimes for one to advise you on what to write just because we don't know the teacher and also don't feel the same way you do.I think the main thing is to say thank you for everything she has done over the year. All the days and hours she has spend. If any big things have happened you can possible mention them. Like thanking her for putting a smile on your face every time or helping you go over a type of deficit time of the year. Good luck!
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    (Original post by Rosiemartin125)
    I know I already asked this but I don't want answers like "it has to be from you" I want a real answer. So I have this teacher next year and I just want to give her a card this year! Is that okay?? And if it is what should I write in it. Thank you to anyone who answers 🎀
    I'm sorry, but it should be from you.

    You know the teacher best, something personal or some kind of reference or just something you think will make them smile is all that is needed.

    One thing that might help is to ask yourself 'what am I thanking them for?' and use the answer to that, it might help.
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    Write "Thank you for teaching me"
 
 
 
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