Do you make homemade teacher’s gifts at Christmas or do you buy your children’s teachers gifts?
I know lots don’t but I always like to give them a gift to show my appreciation because I imagine that being a teacher is one of the hardest jobs there is, especially these days with all of the paperwork and the expectations on them to achieve great results. I often buy the gifts but this year we’re planning to make our own homemade teacher’s gifts as Master Frugal has five teachers and teaching assistants that he wants to get something for and I suspect if we didn’t make them, I’d end up spending a fortune.
Lovely Homemade Teacher’s Gifts
This year, we’ll be making snowman soup for our gifts because we have a few to make as Master Frugal has two teachers, two teaching assistants and a football coach who he wants to surprise. Snowman soup is my go to homemade gift because I know it’s a great gift that’s easy to make but looks amazing.
Because we do Snowman Soup so well (:-)) I didn’t really have any other ideas to share with you for teachers gift ideas so I asked some blogger friends for some help and these are some of the amazing ideas that they shared with me….
It’s also well worth having a look at the rest of the teachers gift ideas over on RedTedArt for more inspiration!
Again, it’s well worth having a look at the other teachers gift ideas over on Mum in the Madhouse if you want some more ideas.
How amazing are some of these ideas – I’m sure that any teacher would love to receive any one of them!
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