Teachers are our second parents. They teach us lessons not only found in books but in real life as well. They deserve to feel appreciated on this day that is especially celebrated for them. Greet them using these teacher’s day messages and teacher’s day quotes. If they have cellphone and you know their number, send your warmest teacher’s day SMS and teacher’s day text messages
For your patience, I salute you ma’am. Happy Teacher’s Day!
I wish that you may be stronger and be blessed with more successes so that you can teach us many more lessons.
Thank you for your guidance while we are away from home.
You are a teacher worth to be greeted to day!
I give you these flowers because you are as lovely as them.
You never cease to bloom whenever you stand there in front of the class.
Thank you for giving us good grades!
Happy Teacher’s Day!
Your profession is noble.
Imagine you have to teach many kids of different behavior all at the same time?
Isn’t that a tough job?
I admire your patience and dedication to make us learn.
Thank you for making us laugh in the middle of our lessons.
You make things lighter for us so that we will not find it hard to listen to you.
Enjoy your day!
It is Teacher’s Day!
Aren’t we supposed to have no classes today?
I promise I’ll behave so you will enjoy this special day more.
But, I am sure you are going to miss scolding at nagging at me.
Accept this gift from all of us.
I hope it will remind you of how a great teacher you are.
Happy Teacher’s Day!
Teachers are gifted with patience and kindness to get along with so many children.
They are sometimes loved by kids more than they love their parents.
Pupils look up to them all the time. What magic do they have?
It is hard to be a teacher because you seem to be studying all your life. Isn’t that the hardest thing to do?
I admit your lessons are hard to understand and I am noisy in your class.
But that does not mean that I am not interested to learn.
Your patience and never-ending desire to teach us are enough to keep me present in your class all the time.
The hardest part of being a teacher I guess is getting along with parents who act like kids.