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For Xmas

Posted by mom390666, 4th December 2019

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  • Chocolate never goes out of style

  • candles, soaps, stationary, personalised gifts with their name on it, coffee cup, book mark, home baked goods

  • Bottle of nice wine and chocolates

  • I normally do a gift basket of stationary as they need to purchase majority of it themselves and i put a few personal things in there that my daughter has picked up. I start shopping around tax time as stationary items go on sale than.

  • Why are today’s parents so obsessed with presents for teachers? My daughter in law is an early learning teacher, she gets so many gifts at christmas she Rd gifts most of them! Save your money and spend it on yourself, I reckon mum deserves a present more then the teacher

  • Food can be a difficult choice if your teacher is allergic to any ingredients.
    We didn’t have teacher’s presents when I was at school.
    The only present I remember was as a class we gave our teacher a wedding present – a small engraved tray.

  • An indoor plant in a nice small pot

  • A mug along with a card? You can get “awesome teacher, best teacher” and so on from thingz gifts or the news agency also ????

  • A nice note book and stationary

  • Fancy tea and an infuser. Most people can use this for guests if they don’t drink tea.

  • It’s probably frowned upon but we always give wine/champagne. I figure they get enough kitsch teacher stuff and chocolate and when they take off the teacher hat, they too like a Christmas tipple!

  • A rose bouquet or chocolates would be best present

  • My brother is a teacher & I have friends who are teachers so I asked them what’s the best teacher present. They said they typically get heaps of chocolates & mugs so preferably not that haha. This year I ordered the Krispy Kreme Christmas donuts as we have 5 boys & 3 of them have 2 teachers each. So I put the donut on a doily & wrapped the donuts in cellophane. They loved them! It ended up costing $2.50 per teacher & we had leftovers to do other support teachers that don’t normally get gifts or recognised.

  • Chocolate is great, beauty products (bath bomb, hand cream, nail polish, face masks, etc), personalised items such as keyrings or glass/mug, or even some Scentsy (room sprays are a big hit!).

  • I bought cheese board from Aldi and added cheese knife set and some biscuits

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