They teach our children left from right, fractions from percentages, similes from metaphors. They teach them how to speak in an “inside voice” and to raise their hands instead of shouting out the answers. And if you’ve got little ones, they might even be teaching them how to use the potty. So how do you say “thank you, thank you, thank you!!” to your children’s teachers?
It’s hard to believe, but the end of the school year is already here. My sister, Sandra, is an elementary school music teacher. Like all teachers, she cherishes the gifts her students and their parents give her as tokens of appreciation for all the hard work she does throughout the year. Not surprisingly, homemade goodies are her favorite.
If you’re looking for a special treat for your child’s teacher, try making this gluten-free apple coffee cake. Because it’s gluten free, you don’t have to worry about food allergies. And it stays moist for days, thanks to the apples, coconut oil and a heaping helping of shredded zucchini.
Or, make one for your own family. A slice is the perfect mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack!
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