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Where Can I Buy Teacher Gifts

Teachers are probably the closest things to superheroes many of us will encounter, but for whatever reason, finding the right gifts to express appreciation for them can be a huge challenge. We found out what teachers really want from students and parents...and what they don't. These 18 teacher-approved presents have the personal and practical elements teachers of all grade levels love. The best part? It's really easy to make your teacher's day (or year), no matter your budget.

where can i buy teacher gifts


Seriously, teachers are all about this pencil sharpener that was created by a teacher with the sole purpose of eliminating every teacher's number one annoyance: noisy pencil sharpeners. These colorful bad boys are quick, quiet and not falling off the wall by the classroom door.

Perhaps your teacher introduced you to an author who just released a new book, or maybe you read a story that reminded you of something your teacher said in class. Books can be great gifts for teachers because there are tons of opportunities to make them personal.

When asked what their favorite gifts are, teachers commonly place gift cards near the top, especially for places nearby so they can enjoy some quality off-campus time. Think coffee shops, restaurants or movie vouchers.

Teachers usually pay out of pocket for the supplies in their classrooms, which can add up quickly. Pencils, pens, dry erase markers, coloring supplies, disinfecting wipes and tissues are used on a daily basis, so whenever teachers get a new stock of any classroom supplies, it's a big help.

Treat your teacher to a night at the movies. A gift certificate or a couple of tickets and concession vouchers is a fun gift that gives teachers an easy way to spend some time with a friend or loved one.

When done well, gift baskets can be a huge hit and a lot of fun for students and parents who are more DIY-oriented. The key is to make the basket useful and geared toward the teacher's interests. Teachers are pragmatic folks, and if the basket is more style than substance, its contents will probably still be appreciated, but not necessarily used.

Does your math teacher always work Star Wars characters into word problems? Or maybe your teacher is a Volkswagen enthusiast and has a row of toy cars on their desk. Teachers are people, too, with lives and interests that extend beyond the classroom.

Whether it's a scrapbook-style binder filled with quotes, pictures, memories and notes or a blank book that the teacher can keep all the doodles and letters they receive from students over the years, teachers will cherish something like this forever.

This gift doesn't cost anything, but it's highly valued by teachers. An excellent way to express appreciation is to hang out after class or at the end of the school year to help organize or clean the classroom.

This kind of gift can take many forms, like a note, a doodle or some sort of knick-knack. If it is meaningful and will remind your teacher of a specific, positive moment in class, it will be valued. Try a class picture with each students' signature.

By far, this is the best gift a student can give a teacher. Teachers live to see their students' progress and growth, and the thing they treasure the most is a handwritten letter from a student thanking them and letting them know that they made a difference. While snacks get eaten, candles burn down, and mugs get donated, the gratification and affirmation that comes from knowing they've made a difference in the lives of their students stays with teachers forever. Pair this with the keepsake book and get the whole class in on letter-writing for a gift that will most definitely be cherished by your teacher forever.

Teachers will probably appreciate any gift that has some thought behind it, but there are some things they receive so frequently that they'd just rather not see any more of them. Impersonal and impractical gifts should generally be avoided, but be sure to steer clear of these specific types of gifts, too:

Giving your kid's teacher a holiday gift is a wonderful way to show them appreciation for all that they do, but buying something isn't always necessary. There are many other ways to give, that are just as thoughtful, such as a homemade gift or a card with heartfelt words.

If you're reading this, it means it's nearing the end of term and you're in need of a great gift for your child's brilliant teacher. Teachers do so much for our children and of course, you want to give them a little something just to say thank you.

To help you choose the best teacher gift, we asked teachers what the best gifts they have ever received were. The thing all the teachers we asked agreed on was that children don't have to spend any money on them at all and a verbal thank you is all they want. However some did go on to say the little gifts they love, "I' enjoy receiving personalised gifts", "anything handmade is really special to me" "vouchers are nice". From these, we have complied a list of all the best teacher gifts that teachers really want, but also ones that won't break the bank too.

Teachers love a handmade gift. MFM parent and teacher Emma said, "anything handmade is really special to me" and MFM parent teacher Natasha said, "creativity will always beat any gift from a shop". With these wooden pen pot kits, they can be made and decorated using the teacher's favourite colours, and designed to feel special to them.

You may be looking at this gift, thinking that's quite expensive for a teacher gift. However, sometimes students come together to buy one big present for their teacher rather than lots of individual gifts.

If you know a teacher, you know that they may not be the biggest fan of when Ofsted comes to the school. That's why this Ofsted style mug changed to 'Off on hols instead' is a funny yet personal gift. It can be personalised with the dates they were your child's teacher, with their name and school name. Your child's name is also listed at the bottom as the reporter.

This is a great gift to make a teacher chuckle, but also, a mug is handy and great for in the classroom, MFM parent and teacher Nimah backs this up by saying, "I always love getting coffee mugs from my students".

Teachers often get a lot of chocolate as end of term gifts. If you want to get the teacher an edible gift but want to give them something a bit different, these fun personalised biscuits could be perfect.

Just let Biscuiteers know the teacher's name and they will ice it onto the 5 pencil biscuits which come presented in a hand illustrated gift box. It's a great personalised gift that tastes as good as it looks.

If you have looked through this list and still have no idea what to get for your child's teacher, perhaps consider a John Lewis voucher which they can use to spend on whatever they like, whether that's a fun gadget, clothes, tech, a beauty treat or a bottle of bubbly. John Lewis is a very varied shop making it a great place to give a gift voucher to, and vouchers can be used at Waitrose too.

Teachers will love this quirky gift as a way to remember the class and the different students they teach. Each page has a place to put the child's name, age and the date and then the teacher can write the funny, weird, or maybe even lovely thing they said into the journal.

Chloe is a Digital Reviews Writer and Coordinator for Immediate Media's Parenting team. She researches and writes articles recommending the best prodcuts for parents, ranging from best sleep aids to best playpens and gift guides to help you find the best gifts at the best price.AuthorsChloe BrightwellDigital Reviews Writer and CoordinatorChloe is a Digital Reviews Writer and Coordinator for Immediate Media's Parenting team, specialising in household and trying to help parents save money. She researches and writes articles, recommending the best products, ranging from best cordless vacuums to best playpens. She has a First-Class Honours Psychology degree where she developed a strong interest in child development. During her teenage years she worked as a play worker and Brownie volunteer to support children's play.

In general, a public employee may not accept any gift worth $50 or more that is given because of the position he or she holds. Public employees may accept gifts that are worth less than $50, but they have to disclose in writing that they have done so if, based on the specific circumstances, a reasonable person would think that the public employee might unduly show favor to the giver or the giver's child, or be influenced by the giver.

The law prohibits gifts to public employees, not gifts to public agencies. You may give gifts to a public school, or a particular classroom, and the $50 limit does not apply. Your school district may have its own additional rules about gifts, which you should follow.

Example: A Parent-Teacher Organization wants to give $75 gift cards to teachers to buy classroom supplies. The teachers may accept the gift cards but must use them to buy classroom supplies, and should keep receipts to show that they did so. Supplies bought with the gift cards are the property of the school, not the teachers.

The Ethics Commission created an exemption to permit class gifts to teachers. A teacher may accept a gift, or several gifts during the school year, from public school students and/or their parents and guardians, with an aggregated value of up to $150, if the gift is identified only as being from the class, and the identity of the givers and the individual amounts given are not identified to the recipient. Gifts received pursuant to this exemption are not required to be disclosed. The donor is unknown, so a reasonable person would not conclude that the gift would influence the teacher's conduct with regard to any individual or would cause the teacher to favor any individual.

Example: A teacher has a class with 23 students. Parents of 20 of the students collect money and give the teacher a $150 gift certificate to a book store, indicating that it is a class gift. The teacher may accept the $150 class gift certificate and no disclosure is required. The teacher may not knowingly accept any additional gift from any of the parents who participated in the class gift. 041b061a72


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