Just a few days ago, our classmates gave our teachers Zhou and Liu a big surprise!
Long before teachers' day, the teacher said something to us, which made me feel embarrassed
As you know, teachers' Day is to celebrate Teachers' day! I heard a teacher in the office saying that his classmates wrote blessings to the teacher on the blackboard and drew many other things for decoration. I believe that you are in sixth grade, and you can't do it! But... Forget it, no more!
After we heard it, we were very ashamed. I feel guilty to think: how can we not think of this way to celebrate for teachers? Oh, how stupid I am! But it's too late!
After that, I secretly made up my mind: we must make up for the teacher!
This is not, the mid autumn national day double festival celebrates, our class's schoolmate thought of this matter again. So many of our students began to decorate the blackboard with great interest
Many of our students are writing and drawing on the blackboard, using words and pictures to express their wishes to the teacher: Happy double festival to the teacher! Wish the teacher good health! Wish the teacher happy every day All kinds of blessings soon filled four fifths of the blackboard.
Of course, I also want to give the teacher some blessings! So, I thought hard, and finally came up with a good idea: I plan to draw a silkworms spinning and a candle dripping wax. On behalf of the spring silkworms to the end of the dead silk, wax torch into gray tears began to dry. Teachers use their youth to teach and educate people in an unknown way. I also wrote a sentence: Thank you, teacher! Signed my name.
Here comes the teacher! I don't know who shouted. The classroom was in a mess. The students all hugged their seats like crazy. At the moment when the teacher came into the classroom, everyone shouted: "sure --"! After the teacher met, he was very happy!
Finally, I looked at the blessing words of the blackboard, and I was as happy as the teacher. I vaguely felt that thousands of words had become one sentence. That sentence is: teacher, bless you!