I'm a teacher living in Texas. Yee haw!
I've always liked snail mail. And now that I'm a teacher, I want to share this with my students. When you write a greeting, address it to the students and not to me. For example "Hello Students!" and not "Hello Kimberly!"
If you send me something, try to write something informative - such as interesting information about the image, the weather, facts about your city, or a phrase in your language.
Every postcard has potential for a learning opportunity!
* postcards hand written & with unique stamps
* maps - regular, illustrated, or kawaii
* transportation - bicycles, trains, boats, those native to your country (like Jeepneys in the Philippines or Tuk Tuks in Thailand* libraries & museums
* landscape - beaches, desert, mountains, ocean, lakes, rivers
* people - photographs or paintings, traditional people.
* night views - night skyline, auroras, stars
* rain - rainy days, umbrellas, rainbows