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Teachers deserve a lot of gratitude, especially those who have the gift of making learning a fun and rewarding experience for children. If you are looking for sentimental ways to thank your child’s teacher for their efforts, here are a few easy, thoughtful and inexpensive ideas.
Sometimes the simplest gifts are the best. There is no need to spend a lot of money on fancy gifts when you can melt any teacher’s heart with a thoughtful thank you card. The best teacher thank you cards are those that contain notes from both the parents and the student. Depending on the age of your child, he or she may prefer to simply draw a picture in the card, and that is perfectly ok.
Practically any teacher will tell you that chocolate chip cookies, gooey brownies and decadent cinnamon rolls make some of the best teacher gifts. Label your homemade goodies with a custom blue address labels so the teacher will be able to easily see who they are from and send a thank you card if he or she desires. Before delivering your plate of treats, find out if the teacher has any food allergies or if there are any rules against giving homemade food in your school district.
A gift directly from your child will mean more than a gift that was obviously chosen by an adult. Let your child pick out something that he or she already owns, or take him or her shopping with you to pick out the perfect gift for their teacher. It might not be what you would have chosen, butwill have more sentimental value when it comes directly from your child’s heart.
Volunteering is one of the best gifts you can give to your child’s teacher. Classrooms always need someone to chaperone field trips or help with class parties. These simple, heartfelt teacher gift ideas will mean more than generic gift cards or even expensive gifts.