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    I love baking, so I usually make 2 litre jars of 'Maple Pistachio Muesli' and Rocky Road and give them to teachers, along with an Ecoya candle. With all the ingredients, jars and candles, it works out to be about $50 per teacher.
    I usually contribute to the class gift too, if one is being organized.

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    Can I get some help with my daughters teacher gift??
    I don't think a group gift would work as it is a very multicultural class, most don't celebrate Xmas and there is a big language barrier as well. And my daughters teacher is a complete closed book, I have no idea what she likes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Can I get some help with my daughters teacher gift??
    I don't think a group gift would work as it is a very multicultural class, most don't celebrate Xmas and there is a big language barrier as well. And my daughters teacher is a complete closed book, I have no idea what she likes!
    Could you still do a class gift but call it an end of year gift rather than Christmas gift? Have everyone contribute an amount they feel comfortable with and get a voucher for something pretty safe like myer or even target?

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    Here's a few things I just saw on Facebook. Hopefully at least one thing on that list would be doable as an individual gift.

    http://schoolmum.net/teachers/18-awe...-for-teachers/

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    We ended up getting the Tiffany necklaces! All the parents were actually really good and all agreed to pay $25 per family ( which is for 2 teachers x 2 necklaces) we are giving them next Wednesday morning on the last day of school so hopefully they will be thrilled!
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