My daughter will be going into pre-primary next year and as we are coming up to xmas I thought my daughter might like to take a small gift for her teacher and teacher assistant.
I was initially thinking Christmas in a Jar but her teacher cannot eat gluten so I am not sure what sort of recipes I could do in her jar - suggestions welcome. I had just though jam but not sure how hard that would be to do from scratch.
Are you letting your kids give something to their teacher(s) and if so what will it be.
From what I've read on EB, teachers are inundated with mugs, chocolates etc and body lotions etc. They love receiving hand made cards/letters detailing what the child and parent have appreciated about them throughout the year.
We have written thank you cards and have also given movie tickets.
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