|. on Nov 25, 2015 @ 10:17 pm|
Im thinking good old coffee shop giftcards :) Not very original I know, but everyone loves those :)
|gifts on Nov 25, 2015 @ 10:48 pm|
Chocolate, rolled wafers in those Christmas tins, gift card for a coffee, gas, lunch/dinner.
|gifts on Nov 26, 2015 @ 10:43 am|
My friends give gift cards to Michaels. Teachers spend a lot of money on craft items.
|Gifts on Nov 26, 2015 @ 10:20 pm|
thank you ladies that's what I kinda had in mind
|teacher gifts on Nov 27, 2015 @ 03:23 pm|
Being a teacher, my experience has been that gift cards have been extremely helpful, especially since we're always shopping for supplies out of our own pockets. Some gift cards I've received in the past were from: Walmart, Dollarama, Amazon, as well as a few clothing stores (which was also very appreciated since our clothes get so dirty with chalk and paint. We're constantly washing them and some fabrics don't last too long).
The most common gifts have been chocolates, candles and coffee mugs. While always very appreciated, I usually end up passing some along to family and friends, since I get so many.
I've also received wine, cookies, gift baskets, jewellery, storybooks, picture frames, plants/flowers, and decorative items for the home.
I cannot express enough how grateful I am when a parent honors my hard work with a thoughtful present, however, at the same time, I don't want them to feel obligated or pressured into getting me something. If you ask any teacher, the best gift we love receiving are cooperative parents who are willing to help their child and build a home-school relationship with the teacher. If you really insist on giving a gift, homemade/handmade gifts by the child have always been a favorite. The thought that goes into them really warms the heart.
|. on Dec 19, 2015 @ 12:54 am|
How about an apple? Lol A Christmas ornaments is always nice.
|... on Dec 28, 2015 @ 01:02 am|
Starbucks gift card! :) however I've seen some nice ornaments that'd make a nice gift.