The last few weeks of school have been insanely busy! On top of the normal end of year stuff, this year my school is closing and so there’s a million packing, moving, starting a new job things that I’m also trying to do. Then I’ve had a million events in the evenings as well. The kids still have 5 days, and then the teachers have two more, and so we still have a bit of the way to go. I am very jealous of everyone that’s already done. We still have so many make up days thanks to the terrible winter we just escaped from.
I haven’t had much time to think about what we’re doing for the end of the year and to make things fun and cute. I did find these cute little bubbles sets with 3 in the set from Dollar Tree. I love that place! So I decided to use the bubbles, and a book, as my end of the year gifts.
I made them in a pink and purple cover, and then also in a blue and green color to match the other colors of the Dollar Tree bubbles.
Last year I made this cute flower tag for thank you gifts for parent volunteers and classroom assistants and paraprofessionals. It’s perfect accompanied with a plant or flowers.
I also created a similar one that goes along with a thyme plant. It’s perfect for parent volunteers, mystery readers, Junior Achievement volunteers, or others that spent time in your classroom.
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If you’re looking for more ideas for student gifts for the end of the year, you can check out my post for Affordable Student Gifts for the End of the Year.
I hope the end of the year is smooth sailing for you!
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