July 27, 2007, Newsletter Issue #71: Teachers' Gift Baskets

Tip of the Week

Your child's teacher gives so much of her time to the children in her classroom. Why not give a little back to her? Giving your child's teacher a gift basket is a wonderful way to show her how much she is appreciated. Teachers have to buy many of their classroom supplies with their own money, so filling a gift basket with school supplies is a perfect gift idea. Gift basket items might include pencils, paper clips, highlighters, red pens, dry erase markers, staples, tape, construction paper, scissors, glue, markers, rulers, and loose leaf or computer paper. Most teachers also love food, so satisfy their cravings with sweet and spicy treats, such as candies, dried fruits and nuts. Encourage your child's teacher to take a break at the end of the day by filling a gift basket with flavored coffees or herbal teas, a personalized mug, and some after dinner mints. Finally, go ahead and give the teacher an apple, and add a gift certificate to a local restaurant, too!

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