Preschool Teacher Gifts – Scrapbooks

If you follow my blog at all, this will look very similar to you from past years! I tend to make the same type of gift each year for the teachers: A scrapbook of each kid's pictures along with notes from the parents. It includes the class picture, a gift card holder (and gift card), and the following poem. I *heart* this poem.

Forever In Your Heart

Although you are not their mother
You care for them each day.
You cuddle, sing and read to them
And watch them as they play.
You see each new accomplishment
You help them grow and learn.
You understand their language,
You listen with concern.
They come to you for comfort,
And you kiss away their tears.
They proudly show their work to you,
You give the loudest cheers!
No, you are not their mother,
But your role is just as strong.
You nurture them and keep them safe,
Though maybe not for long.
You know someday the time will come,
When you will have to part.
But you know each child you cared for,
is forever in your heart!

Author Unknown.

So, here are the scrapbooks. The pictures were taken right before heading out the door to the last day of preschool the other day so they're not great… but you get the idea, right? And as always, the photos of the kids, including mine are blocked out.  Boys were blue and yellow, Girls were pink. All A Muse stamps for the designs, lettering. Bind-it-all for the binding. Stampin' Up Die for the front cover. Library pockets for the sleeves. Stampin' Up Gift Holder (not shown). I used business cards for the notes from each parent. Not as decorated as I would have liked but time kept passing! Have a great day!

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