Quoting ANR1390:A friend of mine gave me a great idea...Ill share it incase someone else needs ideas.
A friend of mine gave me a great idea...Ill share it incase someone else needs ideas.
I'm a pampered chef consultant and I always give the teachers a stainless steel whisk and put hershies kisses in side and make a card that says "Merry Whiskmas" and the teachers LOVE it! She is in Kindergarten now and I did that for all her daycare and pre school teachers the last 5 years
Can't beat $10 for the whisk and a few dollars for a bag of kisses. Makes for a great inexpensive gift
GIFT CARDS! Either to places you know they like or generic ones (i.e. visa) in any denomination that you feel comfortable with and fits your budget!
Quoting Kris_PBG:GIFT CARDS! Either to places you know they like or generic ones (i.e. visa) in any denomination that you feel comfortable with and fits your budget!
I really like this idea - I think this is what I'll do. Then they can either get something they need for the classroom or pamper themselves. I think even $5 is good - they know you have a limited budget, but several families giving $5 can really help with classroom stuff or for a treat for themselves.
If you know other parents, a big gift card is good. I have no creativity, so I usually have the kids make a card and put in a $10 gift card. I figure they can trade GCs with other teachers if they don't like what they got. The kid's card is the sentimental part.
I know lots of teachers, and anything teacher-y is likely they already have. Stuff they can eat/use up is good. Ie foods if you know they like the foods and like homemade soaps or stuff if they like spa-y stuff.
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