Transcript for Teacher gifts oversized Easter baskets to each fifth-grade student at his school
Finally tonight, the Easter surprise. The fifth grade teacher going above and beyond, making sure his students didn't miss out on some of the holiday fun. This fifth grader's face said it all. An Easter surprise he and his classmates never saw coming. On each of their desks, oversized stuffed Easter baskets and the way they got there, even more special. My students, probably, many of them probably won't get an Easter basket this weekend. Reporter: That's Tampa elementary school teacher Brent walker asking his Facebook friends to pitch in just $10 to buy the baskets at Walmart. Within an hour, he had raised more than $700. I'm probably gonna start crying here in just a minute, but I just want to thank all of you. Reporter: Add in a discount from Walmart and walker was able to buy baskets, not only for his class, but for all the fifth graders at his school. This is just unbelievable. This is five cartfuls of Easter baskets that are premade. We have footballs. We have basketballs. We have soccer balls of different colors. We have backpacks. We have purses. Reporter: Back at school, students grateful at the kindness of strangers. He put it on Facebook and he got wonderful friends. I think they did a good job. Thank you. Reporter: And besides the great gifts, a great lesson. There are so many people all over the world that you don't even know who are giving money to help you succeed and caring about your education. So, happy Easter to the students and happy Easter to you at home. "Gma" first thing in the morning. I'll be right back here tomorrow night. I'm Tom llamas in New York. Have a great evening.
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