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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Great Gift for Volunteers (or for a teacher :)


            I love this apron that I made a couple years ago for a friend who came into my class twice a week to help with Kid Writing.  It was simple and inexpensive.  
I bought a large apron at Joann Fabrics for about $5 (with a coupon).  I used a pencil and lightly marked off 22 squares.  The kids each used fabric markers to write their name and draw a picture of themselves in one square.  I then asked one child to write "We Love Vicky."  When we were done, I simply erased my pencil lines.  This would also be a great gift for a teacher (I would love one to use when we are doing messy projects and it made me smile to remember each of the kids when I borrowed the apron for this post).
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2 comments:

  1. This would make a great gift for a volunteer! I have a volunteer who comes once a week and works with one child from my class. Each year, I take a picture of the volunteer and the student working together and frame it. The student signs his/her name on the bottom edge of the black frame with a silver paint pen. i have the student give it to the volunteer as a thank you gift.
    Connie:)
    welcome to first grade room 5

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    1. I think photographs are such a special gift and I'm sure that it is treasured by the volunteer.

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