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Pieces Of Asst Seasonal Fresh Fruit
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Gold Mesh Ribbon Bow
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Flowers Are Any Teacher's Favorite Back To School Gift
Parents and children celebrate going back to school with a bang. There is lots of back to school shopping and back to school parties to enjoy. But what does the teacher get?
This year, send your child's teacher some flowers. Better still, buy a bouquet of flowers from your local florist and have your child present them. Flowers aren't quite as tasty as an apple but the smile lasts longer.
Another idea is to visit your local flower shop and see if they have any mugs that are appropriate for your child's teacher. They could say "#1 Teacher," "You're The Best," or anything like this. Then, ask your florist to create a small mug bouquet or candy mug for the teacher. Both are excellent gifts that are unique and creative.Â Instead of adding to the pile of apples on the desk, add a smile instead with a candy mug or mug bouquet.
Of course, no teacher will refuse a balloon or two, especially tied to the rim of a candy mug or back to school flower vase. They may wish to put them in a different part of the room so as not to make the other children feel badly about getting nothing or something smaller. If this is a concern for you, make sure the flowers are presented at the end of the day or to the teacher's home. Bringing back to school flowers and gifts at the end of the day not only spares embarrassment for others, but it also gives you a chance to speak to the teacher when more one-on-one time is available and the stress of the day is gone.
For more back to school gift ideas, contact your creative local florist!