February has long been known as the ‘month after our own hearts’. With Valentine’s Day and the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s “Heart Month”, we’re used to seeing February through rose coloured glasses. It only made sense for us to extend that love to all the educators we appreciate and support all year long! That is why we’re declaring February “Teacher Love” month.

Throughout the rest of the month, we will be dedicating all of our attention to showing educators just how much we all love and appreciate them. And we have some fun initiatives planned to do just that, including a Twitter chat scheduled for February 12th (follow us on Twitter @TeachersLifeCAN and stay tuned to the blog for more details). Participants will be entered to win great prizes!

We will also be taking a focus towards educators in our community and will start with a feature educator profile later this month, as well as be sharing some tips on Valentine’s Day classroom activities.

Finally, this month we will be providing excellent content around the topics of insurance and love in a post called “Love, Marriage and Insurance”. Stay tuned!

February is a great month to reflect on the people we love. A notoriously chilly month, we plan to keep things warm with plenty of fun activities and initiatives. We look forward to sharing our #TeacherLove with you!

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