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mong the many people elegantly designed holder that
you'll want to remember contains a small salt and pepper
in your Chanukah gift list shaker.
are the teachers of your
When asked what people are
children.. Teachers' gifts can looking for when buying gifts for
range from the "small remem- teachers, Ms. Green said it de-
brance" to the more expensive pended on how many teacher
gifts they were buying. The price
Daryle Roth, owner of Wrap range starts at $3 and could go
It Up, a new gift shop in the Or- up past $25. Ms. Green expects
chard Mall in West Bloomfield, the Lucite picture frame deco-
refers to gifts at this time of the rated with Chanukah symbols,
year as "an acknowledgement ... such as menorahs, dreidels and
a thank you. It's a time of giving candles, to be a big seller. Inside
so people buy gifts for teachers the frame are the words, "You
now rather than the end of the light up my life!" It's reasonably
school year." She recommends priced at $16 while similar
hand-crafted gifts, and among frames can be found at much
her favorites this year are the higher prices.
custom designed notecards made
If you are looking specifically
from origami paper. A set of six for your child's Hebrew or reli-
to ten notes and envelopes come gious school teacher, Chaim Roet-
in a sleek contemporary package ter of Esther's Judd ica Gift World
and are priced from $7.00 to $25. in the Crosswinds Mall in West
Another new item this year are Bloomfield, has no shortage of
the beautiful bath oil bottles filled ideas. His favorite this year is
with fruits and flowers. These the solid milk chocolate box with
assorted bottles come in all dif- a map of Israel molded into the
ferent shapes and sizes and can chocolate box top. Gold foiled gelt
be grouped together to make an fills the inside of the box ($20).
interesting arrangement. They For the A+ teacher, the gift set of
are priced from $8 and up.
a mug, notepad and pencil with
When asked about buying gifts the saying "Aleph + Teacher" at
specifically for Chanukah, Ms. $10 might be perfect. Mr. Roet-
Roth notes that any gift can be- ter also suggested Havdalah can-
come a Chanukah gift when dles of which the selection is
placed into a Chanukah motif „yaried and vast. These candles
bag that she carries in her store. are hand-crafted and come in
Elizabeth Green, owner of the many beautiful colors and sizes
Elizabeth Green Boutique in ($11-$20).
West Bloomfield, always stocks
her store with a variety of teach-
ers' gifts at this time of the year.
Teachers have told her that they
really appreciate the "useful"
Personalized stationery is a big
seller, as well as notepads with
Hebrew lettering that says
"Teachers are very special." The
colorful magnetic Star of David
notepad is a $5 and can be giv-
en with a special pen or pencil.
Ms. Green has unique ceramic
pens that come in a variety of Stain-glass Hebrew teacher at Rachel's
shapes, such as a cowboy, a ski- Needlepoint and Judaica Gifts.
er or a bird. These pens can last
a lifetime because they are easi-
Mr. Roetter's wit became
ly filled with any Bic pen refill. parent when he recommended
They are priced at $15 or with a a couple of other gifts. He sug-
matching stand at $25.
gests a sterling silver dreidle
She also suggests the new, ($20) for a Hebrew teacher and
polymer clay link bracelets ($18) ^ his comment to go with it was,
with colorful beads that include "Teacher, you're TOPS!" Also, to
bright smiley faces. These beads wish a teacher an excellent life,
are hand-made, and the color a solid brass paperweight ($15)
comes from the clay as no paint in the shape of "Chai" would be
is used. Another very useful and appropriate.
unique gift for the teacher who
Rachel Einstandig of Rachel's
may find herself eating lunch at Needlepoint and Judaica Gifts in
her desk is the Snac Pac Cutlery Charter House Apartments in
Set $8. This set includes a stain- Southfield had some suggestions
less steel knife, fork and spoon for the teachers or gift givers who
that slides securely into a sleek, like to needlepoint. Coffee mugs,