7 Days of Teacher Gift Ideas

Day 7If you are looking for a no-cost teacher gift with real impact, here it is…write a letter. Write a letter to your teacher expressing your gratitude and explaining the way your child benefited from being in the teacher’s class. And then make sure you send a copy to the principal, so it becomes a part of the teacher’s file.

You should also consider having your child write a note to the teacher, because not only is it sweet, but it serves as testament to the teachers contribution to your child’s education.

And if you are in a position to organize a class teacher gift, one thing you can do with notes is have the kids write them and then hide them all over the classroom. So the teacher will discover them as she cleans up her room at the end of the year.  I’m not a teacher, but that’s the kind of thing that I would absolutely love.

Well, thanks for hanging with me for 7 days of teacher gifts. Here’s are links to the other ideas in case you missed them.

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Day 4 Day 5 Day 6

3 Responses to 7 Days of Teacher Gift Ideas

  1. Heather May 19, 2011 at 2:12 pm #

    Great ideas!

  2. Lori L. May 20, 2011 at 8:30 am #

    I love the “hiding notes” idea. As a teacher, I would absolutely love that. I’m going to do that for my son’s first grade class. I’ll ask the teacher to give us about 20 minutes to write and hide… she can go outside and grab some sun for a few minutes!

    • Heather May 20, 2011 at 9:08 am #

      Thanks, Lori! Yay! A teacher likes my teacher gift idea. Woot! Hope you are well. I’m all kinds of ready for summer. I bet you are, too. Thanks for reading, totally appreciate your support!

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