Mommy knows a thing or two about teacher gifts. During the 6 years she spent in the classroom, she received her fair share of heartfelt presents. In her opinion, the best gift you can give your child's teacher (or your own teacher) is a letter of thanks. Not just a thank you card with your name signed on the bottom (although those are nice, too), but a real letter. Teachers save these letters to reread when the going gets tough. Promise.
And if you're just itching to include something of material value with that letter, consider one of these.
But whatever you do, don't even think about giving one of these to your child's teacher.
It's just not something that should be found on a teacher's desk.
No, Mommy never received a Grand Assortment like this from a student...but her friend, Kelly sure did!
My name is Rachel Moss and this is my 9th year of teaching. I love working with first graders! My hope is that this blog will be an effective way to let my students' parents see all of the learning that is taking place in our classroom each day.