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Handmade soap is usually nice. I bought reusable shopping bags that fit inside your handbag. Always handy especially in SA where they dont give out free plastic bags at supermarket
For my son there is 2 main teachers, 2 assistants and a volunteer (older lady that comes and plays afew days a week) i am getting them a bottle of champagne each. I dont drink it so i dont know what to buy tbh but im thinking around $35 a bottle. Is that decent? Otherwise a pedicure spa voucher is $32 each. My teacher group are all good friends. I usually see them every weekend having coffee together. $50 is alot for that many people though.
Bourbon & coke is my 20s! Love it 😊
I don’t drink a lot of champagne but you can get beautiful Marlborough wines for 25-35 dollars.
Thank you all for the replies. All so helpful for now and later down the track as both my kids are starting school next year!
Could you get your child to make a card, maybe add a $10 voucher for coffee or something. When I worked in child care I would get about 20 boxes of chocolate each Christmas. My favourite gift was a handmade card with a memory the child had of playing with me.
Thank you xx
Is buying teachers presents a new thing or always been around? When I went to school we never got the teachers anything (1993-2004). Just curious :-)
My child makes beautiful little magnets. Add a tag with a meaningful message. Always got really good feedback on them brightening their day
Buy a pot plant and add a little tag saying "Thanks for helping me Grow"...markets usually sell succulents cheap.
Get them a nice Xmas decoration.
But a cheap Xmas tree and tie scratches to it.
....personally I don't spend a lot on teachers Christmas/ thank you gifts and the teachers that I know certainly don't expect gifts.