I always try to come up with some of the best ideas for my parents that volunteer each year in the classroom. So I thought I would make it easier on some of you that fret like I do with coming up with unique ideas for gifts. This year I had some fantastic parent volunteers and they deserve the best!
Here are five of my favorite gifts for parents who volunteer in the classroom:
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1. This one is from NellieBellie blog and there are some very cute labels that are available on her post for free. (see below)
2. The next one is from Paging Fun Mums, for a parent appreciation gift:
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I love the thumbprints of all the children in the class. It also can be a keepsake for the child whose parent was the volunteer as well.
3. Another idea that I have used and dearly love is this one with the pitchers from Target. They actually are not glass at all, but plastic. You could also fill them with flowers or some crystal light wrapped with colorful ribbons.
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The ribbon and labels are from Michael's and the pitchers are in the patio area at Target.
4. This one I absolutely love because the insulated tumblers are inexpensive and can be personalized for each parent volunteer.
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Hey, who can resist a tumbler to carry around everywhere you go during the summer?
5. This last one is from Maria Manore's blog, Kinder Craze.
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Just purchase the Starbucks Frappuccino and print out the free labels that she has on her blog. If you enjoyed this bright idea, please consider joining me on Facebook, Twitter or TpT for more great ideas.
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