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    teacher present

    want to get something nice (well my daughter does) any suggestions, the teacher is female lol

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    I'll give her summut nice if shes fit.

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    Handmade card and flowers/chocolate.:thumbsup:

    you cant really go wrong with chocolate!

    being married to a female teacher buy something you would like yourself,
    anything that has my best teacher on it is probably to be avoided and honestly it may seem boring but flowers ,chocolate or wine is always more welcome than you would think
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    Original Poster

    vibeone;5518240

    I'll give her summut nice if shes fit.HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA.




    i bet you would and yes she is fit very fit lol

    Original Poster

    yes i was thinking of chocolates and flowers

    i always get a nice gift set from boots or the likes, hair care, smellies the usuall

    infact my lil un just come home today as it was his teachers bay he gave her a t&g hair care set he said she kept hugging him all day bless!!

    Some nice thorntons chocolates on offer in Sainsburys

    Our teachers like chocolate, wine and cake! Sometimes we make cakes at home and take them in for one of our favourite teachers. lol.

    Also I often give a voucher for M&S - our reception teacher last year was fabulous and I really appreciated his efforts in the class room.

    You know.. sometimes the simplest idea can go a long way.

    Sounds like you want your daughter to give the present.

    1) Get the teacher an apple.
    or
    2) Help your daughter pick some flowers (legally! and above board). Daisey chain necklace or something.

    3) Avoid giving a banana .. incase she is the teacher in this article:

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    If its an older daughter .. chocs might be in the right direction.

    Good luck!

    Original Poster

    thanks everyone x

    5nowman;5518413

    You know.. sometimes the simplest idea can go a long way.Sounds like you … You know.. sometimes the simplest idea can go a long way.Sounds like you want your daughter to give the present.1) Get the teacher an apple.



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    apple is a classic

    Original Poster

    she likes apples

    bargainhunter5;5518814

    she likes apples



    well then, or combine apple and chocolate, with one of those chocolate apples you can buy, or make one your self for the personal touch :thumbsup:

    get the teacher some jelly babies,,,she can then dismember children without feeling guilty!;-)

    transit;5519248

    get the teacher some jelly babies,,,she can then dismember children … get the teacher some jelly babies,,,she can then dismember children without feeling guilty!;-)



    lol!

    i always get them bath stuffs.....

    I know, not very original, but its not always appropriate to give chocolates and flowers they get buckets full.

    When teachers get chocolates at our school they put em in the staffroom for the rest of the staff, get something personal, like smellies or candles

    Being from a family of teachers, in my experience you tend to get so much chocolate in July you can't give it away. Flowers are always nice, but something the child has made is just as special if not more so.

    I would go for something like a handmade card and little personal gift. Teachers (mainly primary school teachers) get LOADS of chocolate at the end of the year, and give most of it away because there are only so many chocolates the teacher and family can eat.

    Get your daughter to make a card, and then write in it some of the things she has enjoyed doing this year. It will be personal, give her ideas of what to do with the kids next year, and show a lot of thought. Things like this mean more than the usual gifts.

    Banned

    If she likes apples get a bottle of strong cider (white lightening ?) just mind the kids don't get too
    excited

    TomWilkoLFC;5518807

    apple is a classic




    Yep, "Apple for the teacher" has worked for generations.
    LoL that makes me sound old.... leaave me alone! I was born in the 80s... the 80s :whistling:
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