Teacher Poem Slim NotebookBespoke Verse
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Thank a great teacher for a job well done with our fun teacher poem notebook. 36 blank pages.
Our 'What is a Teacher?' A5 notebooks make the perfect end of year teacher gift. A very unique way to say thank you to a brilliant teacher. The kraft covers are beautifully printed in black ink and the poem is sure to be a talking point.
The poem was written by award-winning Bespoke Verse poet Joanna Miller. She used to be an English teacher herself, so she knows what makes a good present. She also knows what hard work it is!
The eye-catching typographic design was the creation of Russet and Gray.
Whether the teacher in question is a trip organiser, an inspiring mentor or a corridor stalker, they will definitely feel appreciated on receiving 'What is a Teacher?'
These fun and unique notebooks were printed just for us - here in the UK. The cover is made from 100% recycled kraft paper. The text is digitally printed in black ink.
The notebook is stapled together at the side and contains 36 blank white pages. The pages are made of high quality 90gsm uncoated, recycled paper.A5 - H21 x W14.5cm
What is a Teacher?A walker, a talker, a corridor stalker A leader, director & tactful corrector A role-model, tutor, a whiz with computer A natural persuader, a daily first-aider A reader, a writer, reports all-nighter A printer, protector, a problem deflector A marker, a setter, a sender of letter A natural orator, a known confiscator A divider, decider, a spare pen provider A cutter, a sticker, a fair-minded picker A debater, relater & smile reinstater A pairer, a carer, a lesson preparer A defender, a lender, a broker & mender A creator, inventor, inspiring mentor A smiler, a filer, a stay back a while A parent reminder, lost property finder A keen finder-outer, & sometimes a shouter A describer, reviser, a trip organiser A thinker, a winker, a covered in inker An on your sider & staff-room resider That’s what makes a Teacher! Copyright Joanna Miller 2012. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem.)