When May comes, par­ents of grad­u­ates are not up to sleep. You need to choose what to ar your­self and dress the chil­dren, find a place to cel­e­brate, take into account a bunch of lit­tle things. And the ques­tion: “What to give to teach­ers?” also remains open.

We have com­piled as many as 2 lists of presents, and are ready to share them. One is for use at work, the oth­er is for tak­ing home.

1. It’s good if the sub­ject teacher “burns” with his work, and will be glad to see part of it at home. For exam­ple, for a biol­o­gy teacher — a rare house­plant, for a lit­er­a­ture teacher — a vol­ume of poems by a favorite author. You can also leave tea or cof­fee sets at work and indulge your­self dur­ing breaks. Sta­tionery in the same style must-have, it will def­i­nite­ly come in handy.

2. Always the right things for the home: a set of tols, a table­cloth or serv­ing nap­kins made of durable fab­ric, dish­es. Also great options are a desk clock or a cer­tifi­cate to the store accord­ing to the teacher’s pref­er­ences.

See also
Tips on what to give a girl for Christmas

In order to pay atten­tion to teach­ers, it is not nec­es­sary to take them on vaca­tion or give them dec­o­ra­tions. Of course, this option is also accept­able. But the main gift that you and your fam­i­ly can give is grat­i­tude and mem­o­ry of the teacher’s work.