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Teacher Gifts at the end of the Year

May 22nd, 2015 at 11:33 am

Okay so I'm again stuck with teacher gifts. I always try to buy gift cards and something thoughtful. This year I'm doing Bed Bath and Beyond for one whose getting married $50 since she's registered there I figure she'll appreciate it ($25 thank you and $25 wedding congratulations).

Two of the main teachers DK1 has had for 3 years of preschool I'm doing $25 to BBB and $25 to Home Goods. Then $25 for each of the other teachers to Home Goods. Strangely enough the two main teachers just bought homes this year, and two of the other teachers are moving into new apartments. So I decided to follow the trend and give them gift cards to places that they can decorate their homes.

Final teacher has way more money than me, is moving, and can afford anything. I figure a gift card to California Pizza Kitchen since she mentioned her kids love it.

But I'm stuck on thoughtful. I did orchids two years ago and last year I did potted cactus. Now what? What is a home gift people use that's not expensive around $10 ideas?

4 Responses to “Teacher Gifts at the end of the Year”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Flower bulbs that could be planted in their yard, a good olive oil, something you baked, candle, a wreath, a serving dish or platter...look on pinterest!

  2. SecretarySaving Says:

    CCF has great ideas! You could do bbw foam handsoap with a lotion or a $10 card to Chick Fil A, McDonalds, gas station.

  3. SecretarySaving Says:

    By the way - I love Yankee candles. They are around $10 at Ross, TJ Max and HomeGoods. I like the Cotton scent. It makes my house smell clean even if its not.

  4. Amber Says:

    Aw that's very nice of you.

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