For an elementary school teacher:
|This is a great gift any time but especially|
during cold and flu season! Head over to
Just a Girl Blog, and see the tutorial. It's
very easy and the kids can do this project
quickly and it won't cost a lot!
|Another great gift during these cold months. Trace|
your child's hands and put a litle tube of lotion
in the middle. Coupon Gal has more details.
|I really like this idea from Scholastic. It just uses |
Valentine hearts and the words printed on them to
create a story. This could be funny or scary..a great
way for your child to share their personality
with their teachers.
|Jacolyn Murphy has more ideas on her|
blog, including the bookmarks and
also using a dictionary instead
of a thesaurus. What teacher would not appreciate how clever this Valentine gift is.
|Save, clean, sterilize, and dry soda bottles.|
Add Valentine colored M&M's. With a
pretty ribbon and a small tag, this would
be appreciated by any teacher!
For a high school teacher: (just to make a point here...
some high school students would not give their teachers the
time of day, but in case you have a teenager like mine, they
love giving gifts!)
Now what should a teacher give her students?
|A teacher can buy these Teddy|
Grahams and Gummy Bears in bulk.
The bags can be purchased at the
$1 Store and the tags are easily
made. A student of any age will
enjoy this Valentine gift.
|Another gift that teachers can buy in bulk. Tie a tag|
around the sucker and you're finished!
What ideas do you have for your teachers? Or if you're a teacher, do you have any Valentine ideas that you've used in the past or plan to do this year?