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My daughters first preschool teacher is leaving, she’s been amazing and I’d love to get her something To say thank you. Help Me pleaseeee 🙈

lauren958
9 months ago
What do you think of this?
MrsCraig
MrsCraig9 months ago

Look on places like etsy or notonthehighstreet. They do lovely personalised cards. You could write a lovely message in it. They do lots of other personalised items too, so she will always remember it is from your daughter

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi9 months ago

I think you can do personalized card for her. Teachers keep those and u can build a gift pack from free things or buy something nice, but no to expensive.

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames9 months ago

What about a personalised frame, the ones with scrabble letters. I made one before for a nursery teacher and put some crayons in it aswell.

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jmsonl
jmsonl9 months ago

My mum was a preschool teacher and she got so many boxes of chocolates and candles. Too many to actually eat or use. The best pressie she ever got was a £5 highstreet voucher. She couldn't believe her luck. She did not buy chocs or a candle with it!

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lauren958
lauren958
Original Poster
9 months ago

Thank you everyone. I think I have found what I’m going to buy/do for her. No candles in sight 😜

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun9 months ago

All teachers love John Lewis vouchers in my experience! A treat to get something nice in there

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nipperjwb
nipperjwb9 months ago

Make her keyring or something personal if you know some one with a box of hobby craft stuff 😊

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Pjran
Pjran9 months ago

how about an afternoon tea voucher? Virgin have 25% off at the moment

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SarahHorsfield
SarahHorsfield9 months ago

the only time i got a teacher was two years ago as i worked in schools and know how much they get i got this teacher a personalized bag and put stuff in like vouchers for the works and hobbycraft as many teachers fund their own supplies i think a card is efficient enough though dont stress whatever you get it will be appreciated im sure

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celinea
celinea9 months ago

i agree , gift card is ideal, you can't get it too wrong. maybe that with some flowers as well

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nicoledbradburn
nicoledbradburn9 months ago

Depends how much you can spend... People usually go for chocolates.

You can get Bath Bomb Gift Set or

Mixed Women’s Gift Bundle

Or body sets (bubble bath, body wash, cream, body spray, body lotion)

Scented candles, (you can get 2big ones in poundland or wilko in a jar. )

or set of essentials oils

Can get these stuff at poundland, or wilko, body shop, superdrugs, tesco, asda,...

or if you have time try ebay.

Maybe gift voucher?...

I got my neighbour 3 scented Diffuser at poundland

£3 each.

She loved it!, so I get her one every now & then since her birthday.

Body sets & bath bombs you can get for £5 or less.

Scented candles jars can be from £1 to £3.00

Maybe a small perfume?

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