This week marks the last week of school before Christmas break. Which means it’s time to scramble to get a gift ready for your child’s teacher. But don’t worry, if you’re still trying to come up with something I’ve got you covered!
I decided to come up with something to go with a target gift card for my son’s teachers because I know they both enjoy Target. I think honestly teachers are happy with any gift that they receive but it’s always fun to be able to give them something that you know they will love.
Before I had my older son I was a teacher and my most cherished gifts were actually notes from parents and students. I still have one that is particularly special to me because the mom who wrote it made me feel like all the hard work really was having an impact. And as a teacher that feeling can be somewhat elusive at times.
Here’s what I came up with for my son’s 2 preschool teachers:
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Simply click here to download and print the pdf.
Update: Of course after I made these and took the pictures I realized that Rudolph is typically spelled Rudolph and not Rudolf. You can download the card with Rudolph here.
Then cut out the front and back and use double sided tape to attach them to each other. Attach the gift card with double sided tape, sign your names, slip it into an envelope and you’re done!
What do you like to give the special teacher’s in your children’s lives? Any teachers out there want to chime in on what you like to receive as gifts?