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How much should you spend on teachers Christmas gifts?
Not much. Maybe a twenty dollar gift card to Starbucks or Macy's. Nothing huge. When your relationship travels to greater heights, and you two really like each other, then get… him things for fifty...then a seventy...then a hundred, maybe. If he's going to get you something big, then try to get something as good as what he'll get you. Try to be sweet, and get Christmas themed cookies, and a Santa/Elf/Bear teddy bear, which will remind him of you every night. But be careful--make sure he's not planning anything big!
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 depends on your budget and how close you are with the couple. Typically, shower gifts are in the $25-50 range for most people, but if you are really close or really affluen…t, $100 isn't unheard of.
That is up to the parent's discretion. It depends on how many people they plan on buying for. If you can afford to give your children $100 for shopping then do so. I…f you can't then don't. Children can be taught to make gifts that often mean much more to the giver and to the receiver.
Typically a good range is $50-$75 and can go up as high as you want. It depends on how involved you are in their lives, how many nieces and nephews you have. The more you have… determines the dilution of monetary output you can afford for them all, assuming you would want to treat all of the equal and spend the same on them all.
it depends on if the groomer did a good job or not
Gifts.com has a Christmas tipping guide showing how much you should tip various people at Christmas...including hairdressers
Nothing! An adult child is an adult and just a card should be fine. Answer No matter how old your child is, if you feel you want to give them a gift then do …so. Often when people are in conversation they don't pick up on things people say they may need. It could be something very inexpensive. If you have good financial means then there would be no problem, but ANY GIFT should be appreciated. You could send flowers, give gift certificates to a clothing store or a beauty salon for a daughter, or, tickets to a sports event for your son. It's all up to you. If you choose to not give gifts any longer then make sure you communicate this fact to your children. Most of my girlfriends are all in their 60's (most with grandchildren) and they still give their children Birthday and Christmas gifts. Hint: For daughters costume jewelry such as a pendant on a chain, a ring or bracelet in COSTUME JEWELRY (generally very inexpensive, but well made) is a good gift. If your son loves movies, then get him a few tickets to a movie theater. If there is a concert for a certain band or a theatrical event coming up that your daughter or son may want to see get them tickets.
Getting Manager A Gift No. A manager is an administrative employee who should be drawing down a decent salary, and should not be in a position to have to depend… on seasonal gifts to augment that salary. Here's another view: That's a good answer if you're thinking of things purely from the standpoint of business and salaries, but this is Christmas! Thinking of it purely from the standpoint of "Peace on Earth, Goodwill Toward Men, Santa, being generous, sharing, spreading the joy of the season... ABSOLUTELY! It doesn't matter what the person's salary is, it's the thought that counts here. It doesn't have to be an extravagant, costly item. If you want to get the manager a gift, by all means, get the manager one!
you should say things like oh you were really helpful when i needed help in math or something try keeping it simple and genuine be like thank you for this and that and somethi…ng along the lines
hear are some gift ideas (1-5) # something small but good like a football or soccer ball # Between 40-100$ = A GOOD gift card (20$), a Get off the hook for goin…g out on a date with out permisson, and 13 pieces of candy # A Laptop # A cell phone # A HUGE HUGE HUGE PARTY!
If you like the gift keep it, if not return it. If the break-up was really hard on you i would consider returning it just to get rid of any reminders.
Think of her interests and go along with something you know she will like. Say she likes games or she liked shoes try to talk to her and casually hint to see if she will g…ive any hints about something she really wants. In the end though if she really care for you she will love anything you get her I'm sure.
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It depends on the budget you are willing to spend on a horse, and it really depends on the size, pedigree, however in my opinion; as I have purchased a couple of horses in my …time I would say a reasonable price for a reasonable horse would be around £2250 - £10,000. Although, that would just be price range if you are expecting to enter your new horse into only local competitions. More advanced and professional competitions may require a horse from a higher price range - although when purchasing a horse, take into consideration the temperament, blood type, breed of horse and schooling and further costs of homing and feeding. You may want to look further into any more questions you may have to offer, as I am no expert in the horse-buying business - look for bargains and any advantages of buying the horse you are interested in, although.
Twenty dollars should do it.
There is no real answer to that. It depends on what is being bought. So it could be any price. Different people will spend different amounts. Some families agree to limits. Pe…ople who can afford to spend more will do so. Others will have limited amounts to spend. There is no set price and even an average would be hard to come up with.