It’s a common practice among kids to give something to their teachers on Teacher’s Day to show their appreciation to people who serve as their second parent when they are at school and far away from home. My kids, for example, would give flowers to their adviser. For just a minimum amount, they can purchase a stem of red rose from a vendor right outside the school gate. Some moms elsewhere could use coupons for proflowers to buy a bouquet of lovely flowers for their child’s teacher. It’s a sweet gesture, but no matter how many stems of flowers would it be, it’s the thought that counts.