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Until next school year!

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Until next school year!

The end of the school year is approaching, time to say goodbye to your teacher. Maybe you want to thank them with something nice, so here are some great tips!

Personalized crafts

Have your child draw a picture of themselves and their teacher.
Decorate a tote bag, TIP don't forget to wash and iron the bag beforehand so the drawing stays on it.
Print a cute picture of child and teacher and craft a cheerful frame around it together.
Or get started with one of our craft packages: package%20%5D)


*Picture from Pinterest


Give something Tasty

Maybe your master or teacher really likes something, like chocolate? With a piece of paper you can super easily make a personalized wrap around the chocolate.


*Picture from Pinterest


Surprise your teacher with a bouquet of flowers

A “real” bunch of flowers, or a watering can with a nice text “thanks for helping me grow”
A self-made flower.
A plant in a self-decorated flower pot.
Or seeds so teacher can grow their own.


*Picture from Pinterest


A useful gift

After all those reports your teacher might need a new pen, especially one that makes you happy! Discover our Legami pens, super cheerful figures and they are erasable. Because mistakes are allowed :)

Time to relax

A safe and always fun gift is of course a voucher! That way the teacher can choose what to buy with it. Will you go for a book token? Or something completely different.
A movie ticket or museum ticket.
A breakfast voucher.

Something for the class

Also always nice to buy something that can be useful in the coming years in the classroom itself. TIP: put some parents together, if everyone gives 2 euros you quickly have a nice amount to choose something for the class!

Have fun with the last weeks of school!



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