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Whether it is your school, karate, or dance teacher, show gratitude for their hard work with a personal gift.
Step 1: Find out the school's policy
Check with the school to find out if they have a policy with regard to gifts. Some schools frown on the practice.
Step 2: Talk with your child
Learn the teacher's interests to get ideas about what the teacher would like.
A gift that relates directly to the teacher's vocation is always a safe bet.
Step 3: Go shopping
Go shopping with your child and let them select a gift if you choose to buy one.
Step 4: Avoid handmade gifts
Avoid making gifts. Most teachers have accumulated so many handmade gifts that they can't display them all.
Step 5: Organize collection
Organize a collection among parents of other students to purchase one big gift if people are interested.
Step 6: Consider a gift card
Consider giving the teacher a gift card so that they can get themselves something they can use.
Did You Know?
In 2009, approximately 4.2 million public school students enrolled in the 9th grade in the United States.
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