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Anyone with kids needs to read this post. Even those who don’t necessarily have kids or school age kids but know a great teacher, should read this as well. Because today’s post is about teachers and ways to say thank you during the holidays. Teachers are so important in giving our kids the education they need to succeed in the world and I believe they’re underappreciated. For that reason, I wanted to include some gift ideas to say thank you to all of the teachers in our lives. Below is a couple of gift giving ideas for the teachers in your life.
The first thing I want to include is a nice roomy teacher tote. A beautiful tote is not only a great way to say thank you, it’s also a very useful gift. My DIL is a teacher and she has so much to carry to and from school every day. The Teacher Peach has totes for any teacher you need to buy for. They even have totes for subjects so teachers can organize their work accordingly. Their totes are affordable which is another plus because we all try to make our dollars stretch during the holidays. You can buy their products on Amazon to take advantage of Amazon Prime’s 2 day shipping.
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My tote selection is a tote that reads “Teach! It Changes Everything.” You can purchase this in two different colors on Amazon; black or red. It’s roomy, it has a zip closure inner pocket for keys, phone or what not. It has nice roomy leather straps and is such a thoughtful gift for anyone for Teacher Appreciation, Retirement, or New School Teacher. It stands on its own so you won’t have to worry about giving your favorite teacher a gift that’s going to spill everything out. It looks classy without having a big price tag.
Of course, you’ll want something to include in the tote as a tote stuffer. I’ve listed some of my favorite products below that I believe any teacher will find useful.
1. Colored Note Flag: great tool for close reading and writing revisions.
2. Holiday Homework: gives students a fun, stress-free checklist of tasks to do during the holidays.
3. Positive Postcards: 14 different styles of motivational messages for teachers to give to students.
Another gift idea is a cute mug that any teacher would be proud to own. Most teachers I know drink coffee or hot tea so this would be a very thoughtful gift. It’s cute and colorful and who wouldn’t get a boost just from looking at it’s adorable design.
This clock is so cute and would be perfect for any teacher. It has a snazzy Pop Quiz design and would be a fun addition to any classroom. I’m actually thinking about buying the kids one for their rooms this year.
Lastly, how about an extra special teacher appreciation notebook or journal to help teachers plan their subjects, day, or whatever they need to jot down? For only $6.99 it’s going to sell out quickly so act fast. It has fun chalkboard style printing which is very popular these days.
As you’re shopping for your holiday gift giving list, don’t forget the teachers in your life.