Yes! No problem!
Let's us quickly sum it up for you: We're going to ask you about it on the form, you have to mark that the main characters are two teachers, or three, and from there we get down to work and we'll do everything in the plural. In this case you'll have to have a photograph (just ONE!) showing the two of them, or the three of them, together. It can also be a framed collage.
If you'd prefer that the teacher is the main character, but you want the teacher assistant or any other teacher to also appear in the story with their photo, then include them as if they were just another child.
Of course we adapt the gender of our stories, whether the teacher is a boy or a girl, of course!
Being used to children's stories (with 4 we have some!), I was afraid that the Martian story would be soppy. Nothing further form the truth! The story is lovely and endearing but not mushy. A quick trip down memory lane which took me back.
Hello, Duendeo elves. My name is Susana and this year I was given a story from your website. I just want to thank you for your work, it's the perfect reminder of my children, and I love to read it, and read it, and read it again.
Susana, teacher of 3-year-olds. Madrid.
I was given a story from Duendeo.com, The Teacher Who Was Lost for Words. They gave it to me at the end-of-year party, and it was lovely to read it with all the children there, it was a very special moment.
Loli, Year 3 teacher, Burgos
The Martians story surprised me. My wife gave it to me, and I couldn't put it down till the end, with a smile on my face the whole time. A look back at our lives together, and how lucky we are to be together. Thank you!
"The Teacher of Our Dreams" surprised me, because as well as being a cool story, with elves and magic, all my students appeared and we looked back at some very special moments (with photos) from the course that I've shared with them. A real treat, th
Andrea, 1st year Early Years Education, Barcelona
I found out that the story that the mums made for the tutor and me is also in all the kids' homes, and that they read it almost every night... I was delighted to find out! They'll remember their friends and teachers too!
Luis, teacher in training in an early years class, Pozuelo de Alarcón