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Our PSA organizes a 'Bring a Bowl' lunch for teachers on Valentine's day. It's a spin on pot luck - several parents signup to bring a large pot of soup, bread, salad, and yes, sweets too. We treat our teachers to a 'warm and cozy' lunch and they LOVE IT! This year we'll be signing up with VolunteerSpot - thanks!

In my son's first grade class last year, the kids made a book of Love Letters for the teacher. The homeroom mom sent home a page for the kids to decorate and write one thing they loved about Miss S. She put them in a nice binder with a class photo. I'm sure it took a bit of organization, but it turned out great - and the teacher really enjoyed it.

Our homeroom mom asked each child to bring one flower, and she had a vase waiting in the classroom with a big red bow. It was fun - and so special to see the kids all heading to class with a flower!

I'm a fan of a home made Valentine. Simple, sweet, appreciated!

"Valentine's Day is an ideal opportunity for us to tell our teachers how much we love and appreciate all they do for our children!" I definitely agree,and its not that value of valentine's was shared your loved to everyone.

by: vee

I love personalize gifts..But it's really the thought that counts.

Teachers would appreciate any sincere gift.
And on any occasion.

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