Teachers are the best! This time of year, I often get asked what's a good gift to give teachers? They spend all day teaching our kids how to be smart and be good people, so nothing really seems like enough. But, I've put together a few of my favorite things to give ranging from $9-60. Now, keep in mind, some schools collect cash gifts to distribute, so you may already have it covered. And, I know that gift cards to a local coffee shop or Target are also popular teacher gifts. But, if you are looking for a physical, tangible gift here are some of my favorites in a range of price points and keeping in mind various ages of teachers, too!
1. Otherland candle ($36) for relaxing outside of the classroom, 2. Enevu Cube Light for the science teacher who has everything, 03. ($30)Odd Pear socks ($22) to add fun to every day, 4. Oh Joy x Erin Condren Petit Journal ($9) and Teacher Lesson Planner ($60) for keeping track of all the things, 5. Valerie chocolate bar ($10) because who doesn't like chocolate, 6. Ren Vois jewelry dish, 7. Hana flower pencils by Trinus ($22) for the crafty teacher, 8. Solar-Powered Rainbow Maker by Kikkerland ($38) to add a rainbow to the classroom or their own home, 9. Rainbow multi-tool set by Kikkerland ($20) for the teacher who always fixes everything, 10. Studio DIY tee ($27) for a younger teacher who loves her relaxation time.
as the fiance of a teacher, i can say giving a target or amazon giftcard is the best way to go so they can spend it on classroom stuff. teachers spend a lot of their own money on the classroom and this way they can get supplies.
Thank you Sally!
Teachers have always been not recognized as wonderful people. So I think a little something would really show how much we appreciate them. These gifts are all good and useful. Thank you!
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