18 Affirmations for Teachers to share to have an awesome year

When I decided to become a teacher, I knew education was the career for me because I wanted to make a difference in the lives of students.  I had some wonderful teachers that impacted my life and I hoped I could do the same.

Being in education is AMAZING but there are a lot of things during the day that can get you feeling a little down or questioning if any difference is being made at all.

This is where Affirmations play a huge part in my daily routine.  By reminding myself why I started teaching in the first place I have a much more positive outlook.

And, as a gift to you, I have a

Self-Care for Teachers Journal that you can download so you can see the benefits of caring for yourself.

Click here to Download


New here? I also have the following blog posts to help you R.O.C.K. – Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness

5 Reasons you need to start a Kindness Club at your school or in your community today

5 Things you can do today to stop bullying in your classroom

5 Awesome Ways your school can R.O.C.K. with students who Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness

25 items to have in your home or classroom to inspire kids to be kinder

3 Classroom Management tips that encourage students to be kind

Top 12 Book Recommendations from Moms who R.O.C.K.


Here are 18 Affirmations that I encourage you to repeat to yourself each day.

1

I am making a difference in the lives of my students.


2I may be the only smile and kind word one student receives today.


3I am developing future leaders.


4I am showing my students what it means to be kind.


5I demonstrate to my students what patience means.


6I show my students love each and every day.


7I know everyday is a new opportunity to help a child.


8I am teaching my students more than what is in the book. I am teaching them to think and express themselves.


9I am helping my students do better and be better.


10I am someone my students can trust.


11I help my students build friendships with those who may be different from them.


12I am fair and consistent.


13I show my students that they can make a difference.


14I tell my students that they are important.


15I prepare my students for when they leave my classroom.


16I let my students be comfortable with who they are.


17I am fulfilling my purpose by teaching kids who need me.


18I bring positive energy into my classroom and attract positive attitudes from my students.

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