Didn’t get a chance to thank your kid’s teacher this year? With schools across the country shutting down until September (at least), many parents and kids are regretting not getting in their goodbyes and thank yous back in March. Even if you don’t have your teacher’s address, it is possible to send them a small token to show how much they’re appreciated.
Here are some e-gift ideas that will go straight into their inbox.
1. Reading materials
Teachers like to read, right? Help them bulk up their summer reading collection with an e-gift card from Indigo. If you want to make the gift extra special, try checking in with your local book shops to see if they also offer this service (Indie Bound is a great resource for finding independent book sellers near you.)
2. A sweet treat
3. Caffeine fix
Retailers like Tim Hortons, David’s Tea and Starbuck’s all offer electronic gift cards—most can even be personalized. For a more local option, check out Giftly, which has an array of independent coffee shops that offer e-gifts and are listed based on where you live.
4. Movie night
Get them ready for when theatres open back up with a Cineplex gift card. Cards start at $10 and include a personalized message.