12 Christmas Gifts for Your Kids’ Teacher
These teacher Christmas gifts are the perfect way to say "thank you" this holiday season.
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Brighten up your child’s teacher’s lunch break with this gorgeous 4-piece lunchbox ($25). With a large, two-sectioned insulated tote, mini bag, aluminum water bottle and ice pack, there will definitely be enough room for all their lunch goodies. It’s an easy way to transport one of these crowd-pleasing treats to the teachers’ lounge.
Warm-up a cold winter night with a candle inspired by your child’s teacher’s favorite book. Choose between an 8-ounce jar, 4 or 2-ounce tin or wax melts for fun scents like Sherlock’s Study, Divination Classroom, Bah Humbug and more. Prices range from $6-$18.
Gift some customizable treats thanks to SugarWish. Just choose a popcorn or candy size and ecard, then the teacher selects their favorites and SugarWish will send the package right to their door (or classroom!). Here are more food boxes we’d absolutely love to receive.
These adorable infusers ($16) will be any teacher’s cup of tea. This box comes with food-grade silicone infusers in the shape of an elephant, monkey, squirrel, shark and platypus. The best part is they’re dishwasher-safe, so they’re easy to clean!
Being a teacher means always thinking on your feet. So, when something goes awry, make sure your child’s teacher has something to turn to. This miniemergency kit from Pinch Provisions ($21) comes with a mini pack of floss, stain remover, bobby pins, earring backs, thread and needles and more, in a cute carrying case. Speaking of thinking on your feet, take a look at the things to remember to share at a parent-teacher conference.
Taste of Home
Go the homemade route with a jar or two of goodies. Check out these gift-in-a-jar recipes ranging from salsa, jams and sauces to cocoa mix, cookie mix and soup mix. Or, wrap up a few of these treats that a teacher can keep at their desk.
If you want to give a gift card but don’t want to just hand over an envelope, this sock set ($3) is the perfect solution. Wrapped around a pair of warm-and-fuzzy polar bear socks is a gift card holder that can be filled with a Target gift card, or a gift card from their favorite store or coffee shop. Do you know what the best coffee shop in your state is?
Ensure 2020 goes off without a hitch for your kid’s teacher with a mini version of the Happy Planner ($20). It’s stuffed with monthly and weekly planning pages, plus dividers, notes pages and lots of sticker pack options to keep their classes and appointments organized.
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What teacher hasn’t had all their pens and pencils go missing by the end of the year? Make finding their writing utensils a little easier with a set of personalized pencils (starting at $10). The Etsy shop DesktopState lets you submit the teacher’s name and color preference and will send you engraved, foil stamped pencils in a set of 5 to 35.
Help your child’s teacher keep their odds and ends in one place with this lanyard from Vera Bradley ($15). It comes with a lobster claw and keyring, so they can attach their classroom keys, school ID and anything else they may need with ease. Plus, it’s machine washable!
Rosebud Perfume Company’s Rosebud salve has been a cult-favorite since it’s debut in 1892. This set ($16) comes with a tube of classic salve, strawberry lip balm and mocha rose balm in a convenient tin so it can be stashed in a desk drawer or purse pocket with ease.