To tie it all off, I made a quick and easy note on coloured card stock I had on hand.
The kids painted small flower pots and put either seeds or artificial flowers in them, we have also done a simple carnations.
I also like giving personalized stationary (with the teachers name) and gift cards.Skip to my Lou, a lantern idea from 31 gifts stand tall bin the Crafting Chicks, a cup gift from.Succulents are the gift that keeps on giving.I have been searching out some good ideas on Pinterest, and Ive found a few to share with you.I almost always do a 5 Starbucks card with either homemade treats or some small store bought treat if I run out of time.A notebook gift by, crazy Little Projects, an herb for their garden.A student brought me a Coke Zero and bag of skittles once best gift ever.As a sped teacher, gifts are not expected!And I have my daughter make one giant card.Oh well, enough of my babbling.Gift cards for summer treats.She loves my amusement and happily complies.One of our favorites is making these cute paper flowers, then giving them to teachers, therapists, paras, etc.I usually make, The Kids may be gone, but Professional Development looms candy survival bags.Starbucks gift card idea from, just Add Confetti, mason Jar gifts from.
I print out a 57 thank you card with my sons pic on it, too.
We cater a lunch from a local sandwich shop and set it up for the special ed staff (including supports and specialists) in their buildings.
I give honey from my hives, or jars of my jams (peach Bellini, heirloom tomato and port wine, yellow tomato and fresh ginger, etc.) with a hand written note of sincere thanks.