National Teachers Day

May 3, 2011 by staff 

National Teachers Day, Wednesday is National Teacher Day and schools are held in honor of their teachers. Students are asked to make several nice gestures for teachers ranging from making a card to bring a flower to create a large flower arrangement. Most have one day this week, where children can choose what they bring to their teacher to show her gratitude. If you are at a loss for what to send, here are some ideas for you.

Baked goodies are always a hit. To avoid any concern for the rules on home against store bought it, head to the bakery. Shoppers can buy candy fours small bite-size, decorated brownies, small cakes and other delicacies of the Publix bakery. They box in a box this small bakery and only cost a few dollars.

Teachers always seem to have drinks with them. The Hallmark store has some cute mugs. Since it is almost summer, consider higher cold drink cups with lids and straws. A selection of these at Bed, Bath and beyond. Buyers can get these with the initials of the teachers in them, favorite sports teams, cute sayings and in several colors.

Small gift cards are also appreciated. Students can get into places like Starbucks, Barnes and Noble, theaters, or even a fast food place. The teachers are always busy and on the go.

Children can be resourceful and gifts for teachers using items they have at home. Fishing line and accounts to make beautiful bracelets and necklaces. Parents can help kids make creations dough with flour, salt and water. This makes clay like substance that can be molded and then painted, if desired. Children can use paper and make a pretty picture or painting of a rock of their teachers to use as a paperweight.

Our children’s teachers’ work hard every day with our children and they are creating memories with them. This is the week to show our appreciation. Using any of these ideas mentioned will ensure that your child’s teacher know that you are grateful, but without spending a fortune to do so.

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