This fun teacher shirt is perfect for all teachers who were born to teach, especially the Harry Potter fans! Whether it’s math, science, special education, or something else, this t-shirt fits the bill. Makes a great gift for Christmas, birthday, or anytime! This t-shirt is soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Ash color is 99% combed and ring-spun cotton, 1% polyester
• Heather colors are 52% combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester
• Athletic and Black Heather are 90% combed and ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• Heather Prism colors are 99% combed and ring-spun cotton, 1% polyester
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

Why Do You Love Being A Teacher?

To spend each day helping children unravel their uniqueness is the best job in the world. All I know how to do is teach and I wouldn't trade it for anything! – Melanie Perez

To see a child fall in love with something, to watch them go head over heels for a concept or idea, to be completely enthralled in a moment of joy – curiosity spills over, their excitement becomes contagious, and a life-long seeker is born. – Bob Knipe

After 25 years, I still get butterflies every fall for my new kids! – Robyn Gunther

I hated school! I did not always want to be a teacher! However, I did have a handful of teachers who inspired me. Not because they necessarily knew their content, but because they attempted to know me! I will never forget them and how they made me feel. – Cynthia Anne Osborne

I teach because it is what I am meant to do. I've always wanted to teach. I can't imagine doing anything else. I love seeing the light bulbs come on for the kids. – Elizabeth Byrnes Egesdahl

I believe education is life changing. As a beneficiary of stellar public education, I teach to return the gift that was bestowed upon me. – Mallory Flavell

I teach because every day is different, every second counts, and I learn something new every day! – Ashley Cavazos

I grew up in poverty but was taught by my family and many great teachers alike that knowledge is power. I teach because I want to hand the gift of knowledge to others. – Amy Rowan Smith

It's the ah-ha moments, laughter, sincerity, the unexpected that keeps me on my toes, being able to adjust in a moments notice, accepting and giving hugs, showing forgiveness, giving second chances, being a role model – being that go to person when there's no place to go, validating their unique individual struggles ... a long fulfilling journey for sure! – Sue DeCoite

Students are each their own world, and when all those worlds collide, magic happens. – Rosanna Ovalles

I am addicted to the challenge of how to get students even more engaged in loving and learning. Thirty years have passed by, and I still come back for more. I love every minute with them. – Teresa Martinho Marques

What other job could I have where I discuss Beowulf, Le Morte d'Arthur, Slaughterhouse Five, and other absolutely awesome pieces of literature year after year and get paid for it?! – Patty Plowman Wallesverd

Being a teacher is a profoundly challenging and rewarding job. I wake up every day smiling, knowing I can grow, influence a life, love a child, and love what I do. – Colette Byrne

There is nothing better than watching an ah-ha moment, participating in a student discovering their own gifts, empowering young people to take control of their own learning, and witnessing the evolution of their behavior, attitudes and thinking from youth to young adult. – Rosie Venezia Singalewitch

I love teaching high school students. They are amazing, and they just need someone other than their parents who has faith in them to be successful. Every day is a chance to make a difference. – Petrie Franke

My students hold me to a high standard, have expectations for me, and make me laugh and tear up all in the same class period. They make me feel that what I do makes a difference, especially when I talk to them years or when I see their posts on Facebook or their engagements, graduations, and such in the newspaper. – Pam Click

I love learning. I want to help students love it too. :) I also want my students to discover their own talents and feel good about themselves. – Linda Buckland Lanier

To change the world… one child at a time! – Vickie Purcell Harris

I have learned way more from my students then I have taught them. I love our inside jokes. I love their view of life. I love that for 7.5 hours a day, they are truly loved and cared for and are safe. I love the amazing men and women who teach beside me and share my joys and my sorrows. I love that we never give up on kids. – Ann Sveen

My Wand Chose Me Fun Teacher Unisex T-Shirt