“Thank you” is a simple, yet moving phrase. The words “thank you” cover such a wide spectrum of immeasurable gratitude. There are many people who I need to thank, but the people I must express gratitude to are my Mom, who taught me how to speak and provides me with delicious food to eat everyday , my Dad who introduced me to mathematics , and my 5th grade teacher Mrs. Frye, for motivating me to put forth my best effort in everything I do.
My mother has helped me a lot throughout my life and she still does today. One example of how she impacted my life is when she taught me how to speak. Her little everyday lessons included the many instructional toys and tv episodes that were available to me. Those lessons slowly adapted my communication from random babbling to words and sentences. I am thankful for these simple things she did for me as these things have led me to be multilingual. She also provides me with delicious food …show more content…
One example which impacted my life to a great extent is that he introduced me to math and logical reasoning. Even though the problems he taught me were two plus two and other basic topics, these lessons cumulated to provide me with a strong math foundation. I am so grateful for this as it gave me the ability to take high level courses like Algebra I and Geometry. Although, the small problems you taught me may not seem much to you, but to me they deserve a big thank you.
The final person I would like to thank is my 5th grade teacher Mrs. Frye. Because of her creative lesson plans and educational games and the challenge they possessed, I have since been inspired to put forth my best effort. This universal lesson she presented to me indirectly has helped me in every situation possible. Anything I have accomplished has been mainly in part to this lesson she taught me. Because of her positive impact on my life, it is impossible for me to express my gratitude to