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Amount to Pay That would depend on the occasion, what relationship this person has to you that your giving the gift to. Anything you feel comfortable spending i…s what you should spend.
I give my Teacher's gift cards to Publix. Most of them had kids so this was useful.Choclates are good to! Sometimes there are special outing of the chocolate that resemble a t…eacher thing like a apple. A Stationary kit is something they might like. I really do not recommend candles or bath sets as teacher gifts. I'm a teacher and I must say that these types of gifts usually end up in my next yard sale and are not used, mainly because I'm allergic to MANY scents or chemicals used in these products. I suggest candy or cookies, especially homemade. Gift certificates are always appreciated, I got 3 small gift certificates to Wal-Mart last year ($5 & $10) and I was so thrilled! Even a $5 gift certificate is appreciated! I also enjoy getting anything we can use in the classroom - pencils, pens, post-it-notes, crayons, watercolors, markers, dry erase markers ect. Make a small gift basket with things like that in it! I agree..as a teacher I have a closet full of Best Teacher, bath sets, candles and frames. While these are appreciated and loved...there are just only so many you can actually use! Gift certificates are SO appreciated....Walmart, Target, Michaels, Barnes & Noble....anywhere I spend on my CLASS which is what you know I will be spending my extra cash on!! You don't have to spend a fortune to give a gift a teacher will adore. Something that can inspire teachers to become better teachers is a perfect gift idea. Last year i gave my maths teacher an inspiring book "Vision Revision: The Teachers' Master Key to Career Success". She really liked it because the book is primarily a teachers' guide to career management and retirement careers, yet it psychologically and subtly motivates its readers to become better teachers. You can check it at visionrevision.org
It is not the amount of money that matters. It is how you spend it on her. She would really like something that you thought a lot about getting her. Not just random thin…gs that cost a lot. Something that would be just right for HER.
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Let your pocket and your feeligs for the groom be your guide.
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Strictly speaking , the Bridal Shower should be for the Bride -To-Be's friends, not her Mother or her Mother-in -Law to be. This should be a girl-fest. It would be more approp…iate for you two to have a private luncheon, and you may give her a present that will have a special meaning, like a family heirloom lesser piece of jewelry, a tablecloth that has family memories attached to it, or if you scrapbook, a little story of your son's childhood, with little pictures and some favorite receipes interspersed.The amount you spend is entirely up to you. Let the girls party on their own, and let this separate get-together be a bonding moment for you and your future daughter-in -law.
It depends on what your teacher likes or how they act.
You should only spend what you can afford. Usually the money is given in multiples of 18.
As always, your pocket and your heart should be your guide.
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it depends on if the groomer did a good job or not
Some good gifts for your children's teachers are: Mall gift certificate Grocery store gift certificate Target/Walmart/superstore gift certificate Coffee sho…p gift certificate iTunes gift certificate Box of chocolates Soaps/lotions/body spray basket Candles Picture frame Tea/coffee basket Accessories such as earrings, tie, sunglasses, or necklace Magazine subscription Plant Cookies/candy
Twenty dollars should do it.