Make up a little scroll for each teacher on which is a list of the
memorable qualities that teacher has, as seen by his/her students. You can
use the older students to interview and transcribe what the little ones say.
But I always loved the notes in "Kindergarten speak", also. These little
gifts will put a lump in the throat for years after your students have grown
up and help you through those extra challenging days that make you wonder
why you became a teacher.
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
Art teacher, K-5, retired
35 year career
> I am in need of ideas that are neat, unique, cheap
> (or free) gifts for teachers.
What are some neat,
> personel, thought that matters kind of gift have you
> received that meant a lot to you?