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It is time to get ready for back to school. This means shopping for school supplies, back packs and teacher gifts. Starting the school year off on the right foot is so imperative not only for our students, but teachers as well.
Back to School Teacher Gift
We gift our children’s teachers a little back to school teacher gift to let them know how appreciative we are of their efforts, time and dedication. Let’s face it, these teachers spend more time with our children then we do during the school year, so let’s keep them happy and feeling good. I picked up everything we needed to make these easy DIY teacher gifts on our last shopping trip to Walmart. We decided to include Nature Made® Melatonin Adult Gummies and Nature Made® Vitamin C Chewable Tablets in their gifts this year. Vitamin C helps support the immune system and aids in the absorption of iron, both of which gives you the assurance that you are getting the nutrients you seek from your supplements.† Plus, the Melatonin is an easy way to help support sleep.† And let’s face it our teachers need all the help they can get!
Easy DIY Magazine Holder Teacher Gift
Materials Needed Magazine holder Vinyl or stickers Directions
Using cut vinyl or stickers ( I used feathers) firmly press the adhesive backing onto the magazine holder. Fill with some “extras” that your teacher may like: notepads, ruler, sticky notes, candy, pens, etc. This is a really easy way to jazz up an ordinary magazine holder. I loved using the iridescent vinyl to add a little bit of a wow-factor in the design of our gift. Wrap in cellophane with a small handwritten tag and you are all set to show your children(s) teacher how much they mean to you. I would love to have this on my desk – wouldn’t you? Be ready for back to school with Nature Made® Melatonin Gummies and Nature Made® Vitamin C Chewable Tablets from Walmart to help your family and teachers support their health and wellness including restful sleep. Start the new school year off on the right foot. † These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.3. Fulgoni VL, Keast DR, Bailey RL, Dwyer J. Foods, fortificants, and supplements: where do Americans get their nutrients? J Nutr. 2011;141:1847-54.