Christmas Gifts for Paraprofessionals

A special education classroom relies so much on their paraprofessionals! It's especially nice to show them how much they are appreciated, especially around this time of year!
No matter your budget, I think I have some really good ideas here for you :)

1. Bring in coffee and donuts!
This is particularly great for those of you who have multiple classroom aides. Here's a sign you can print and tape to the donut box. Now, that was easy, right?!

2. On-the-go hand sanitizer. These are just under $1.50 a piece on Amazon when you buy a pack of 9! (amazon affiliate link) I gave these to my staff members one year and they were a big hit!
Plus, here's a cute little printable to go along with these hand sanitizers.

3. $5-$10 gift cards to Starbucks, Target, or places you know they like. It doesn't have to be a lot, but a small gift card can really mean a lot!

4. T-shirts! I love these t-shirts from Sped Style and 3ELove.
How fun would it be to get matching shirts for your staff?!

5. Never underestimate the power of an appreciative note! Give it by itself or pair with some homemade cookies/treats! :)

So, what do you think? Will one of those ideas work for you this year?!
Do you have any other ideas to share? Please leave a comment so we can get even more ideas!

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  1. I LOVE these ideas! I have a new cricut cutting machine so I designed some staff shirts. I am also giving fuzzy socks I bought in packs from Amazon and a yummy but inexpensive lotion from Bath and Body Works with a note that says, "Inhale, Exhale, Namaste and have a blessed holiday!"

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