They used real succulents, but you can use fake ones like these to make it a little easier.They have even provided a printable tag to go along with this great gift in a jar!Try to meet the teacher before making your selection and make an appointment to visit the classroom.Watch how the teacher interacts with the kids, talk with the teacher, and ask questions.When you talk with the teacher, ask about a typical day.You may also want to ask specific questions, such as, "If my child came into class crying one morning, how might you handle that?
This activity on determining age of rocks and fossils is intended for 8th or 9th grade students.Students should be able to understand the principles and have that as a background so that age determinations by paleontologists and geologists don't seem like black magic. Geologists in the late 18th and early 19th century studied rock layers and the fossils in them to determine relative age.William Smith was one of the most important scientists from this time who helped to develop knowledge of the succession of different fossils by studying their distribution through the sequence of sedimentary rocks in southern England.Using a cup like this, show your teachers that you are “tickled pink” to have them with this original gift idea in a jar! Thank your child’s teacher this year with this “sweet” treat idea from Delightful Made!Layer the ingredients for the brownies in a jar and throw on this adorable printable tag! So it goes without saying, we are totally loving this modern teacher appreciation gift idea from Lolly Jane!