5.20.2012

YUMMY {& easy} parent volunteer gift!

The end of the school year is fast approaching {YAY} and I just realized this weekend that I need to get all my parent volunteer "thank you gifts" together! I always try not to procrastinate stuff like this, but sometimes I just can't help it. I have so much going on at school and at home, so this year I had to keep it simple.

I picked up a whole LOT of candy at the grocery store and came up with this:


I know my parent volunteers don't expect anything in return, but I still want them to know how much I appreciated their help all year! I have the best volunteers and I couldn't have done it without them!

Click the picture below to download:

Other Cute Ideas:

Looks like I need to go back to the store tomorrow and get more candy...
DANGIT! If there is chocolate in the house, IT WILL GET EATEN.


How do you tell your parent volunteers that you appreciate them? 
If you have a blog post about it, leave it in the comment section and I'll add it to my list! :)

20 comments:

  1. I love your sign! You should link up with my end of the year gift linky party. It's for student and volunteer gifts so this fits right in.

    http://swimmingintosecond.blogspot.com/2012/04/end-of-year-gift-linky-party.html

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  2. Love the treat one! I have one super mom that I'm using Rachelle's You're a cut above the rest. Instead of scissors I got her a $50 gift certificate to her salon.

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  3. I found a cute tag on Pinterest that says "Thank you for your helping hands." and I attached that to a gift card for a manicure.

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  4. That is a cute idea!! I know what you mean about candy being in the house--especially Reese's Peanut Butter Cups...the temptation is too much! LOL :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. I love this {and the others from the other girls too!!!!}. I have so many parent helpers there's no way I could do manicures or haircuts....

    Thanks bunches for this sweet and simple treat!!!!!

    Holly
    Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

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  6. For my volunteers this year, I filled reusable cups with lids full of "Million dollar Mints" wrapped with a label that looked like a million dollar bill. I found the mints at Dollar Tree! I attached a ribbon and a little tag that said,"Thanks a million! Your help really "mint" a lot!". You can see my post at http://www.aroundthekampfire.blogspot.com/2012/05/little-sprout-of-blog.html

    Thanks so much!
    Linda

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  7. I'm kind of lazy that way ... I just give them Starbucks cards ... and a hug :))

    ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

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  8. Food is a sure fire way to go! I ended up making tags that can go with soda or candy. You can get them for free from me as well.

    Adrianne

    http://cogworks.blogspot.com/2012/04/volunteer-thank-you-gifts-2.html

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  9. Thanks for the volunteer treat idea. We are printing as we speak. :)

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  10. Thank you for all of the links to the cute ideas! I love yours!!!
    :)
    Michelle
    Apples and ABC's

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  11. Cute idea! You can never go wrong with chocolate. I just finished putting together some parent volunteer gifts for a few standout women that have gone above and beyond this year. Visit the link below to check it out!

    Aimee
    http://www.primarily-speaking.blogspot.com/2012/05/bucket-full-of-thanks.html

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  12. I just gave my parent volunteer gifts today too. I love peanut butter cups. Your post made me almost drive to the store to buy some! I gave my parent volunteers plants. Here is my blog post of what I gave my parent volunteers:
    http://firstclassteacher.blogspot.com/2012/05/thank-you-parent-volunteers.html
    Pamela
    First Class Teacher

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  13. I'm going to steal this cute idea! Thanks for sharing! I'm a new follower.. glad I found you :)
    Tori
    toristeachertips.blogspot.com/

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  14. Yay! I love it. Your ideas are always so cute and clever. I just blogged about my volunteer gifts. Check it out - that would be fabulous if you added me to your list! Thanks Lindsey. Someday I'm hoping we can meet since we both teach in Utah and you are my blogging inspiration!

    Emily
    Tangled with Teaching - volunteer gifts

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  15. Love! Last year i gave chips and salsa and said something like, "Thanks for making our class parties fun and spicy!"
    PS Miss ya! Wanna get together soon when school is out?

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  16. Thanks for sharing the ideas! They are all too cute!

    -Krista
    The Second Grade Superkids

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  17. I want to thank you for inspiring me to start my own blog. Your ideas are incredible. Your posts helped me to realize I can share my ideas as well. I have passed on the Lovely Blog Award to you. Check it out on my latest blog post.

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  18. Love the I pledge to read activity!!
    PS I'm having a giveaway and would love to have you join!
    Blessings,

    Jessica Stanford
    Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog

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  19. The really essential factors of success in any undertaking are money and opportunity, and as a rule, the man who can make the first can make the second. Send Gifts to Pakistan

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  20. Thank you so much, this is exactly what I was looking for! I'm printing it out right now!

    Melissa
    Jungle Learners

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thanks for the love ♥

 
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