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    Teacher Gift Ideas

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    Teacher Gifts: Real Teachers Weigh In - Give this! Not that!

  • Melissa Barnard

    : Real Teachers Weigh In - Give this! Not that! Gift cards to Specs aren't listen..

  • Alison Maynard

    teacher appreciation gifts: real teachers weigh in on what they truly love to receive (plus items to steer clear of) This is great!

  • Mandy Fisher

    Teacher gifts - DOs & DON'Ts SO TRUE! Especially the apples!

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  • Suzanne Clements

    My niece is in 2nd grade this year and, after a Horrible teacher experience last year, this year's teacher was amazing. On advice from a teacher friend of mine, we're making my niece's teacher a gift card bouquet, with cards from places she can treat herself, like DQ and B&N.

Printable Subway Art A cute addition to any classroom, this printable (free) subway art makes for the perfect teacher appreciation gift.

  • Simone Fransen

    Can anyone tell me how it's made!? I would want to make one in Dutch (our language) so the children will also understand wat it says.

  • Polly McDonald

    The grammar is incorrect. Super cute, though! Not only is it not structured properly (it should not end in "with"), but it should be "who"--as in a group of people, not just one person. Sorry, I'm a little grammar freak. :-/ Not fun at parties. lol

  • Tara Opsteen-Van Dyke

    Actually, if you turn the sentence around so that it doesn't end in "with," you would see that "whom" is correct. "What I like best about my classroom is with whom I share it." "With" is a preposition, which requires an objective pronoun. "Whom" is an objective pronoun; whereas, "who" is subjective. Before you publicly criticize somebody for trying do do something nice, you should probably have your grammatical ducks in a row.

OMGeeeeee!!!!! I love it!! This is it, for real ~ this year's Christmas gift for parents! :D

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Real #teachers share what is really on their #gift lists - over 50 teachers shared their opinions of what they want, need and can do without. At @LoveFromTheOven