Thursday, December 8, 2022

Teacher Gift Ideas

   Today I'm sharing gift ideas for teachers.  I get this question A LOT this time of year so here we go!


My favorite teacher gift to give and receive are gift cards.   $5 to Sonic or Starbucks... A Baskin Robins gift card to take their kids out for ice cream or a Cinemark card to check out a movie with their kids over break.  A gift card for a local restaurant to enjoy a meal with their spouse or a gift card to their favorite store.  EASY!  Write a note, pop the card in the envelope and call it a day!  I know gift cards get a bad wrap for being impersonal but I think if you pick a place that you know a teacher loves or write a note about enjoying a meal with their family it can make it super personal and special.  

If you have a middle or high school student and are overwhelmed with your student having a LOT of teachers you could always find a few other parents in the same boat as you and pool your gifts together to get one gift card for each teacher.  

I use my  O-Ring every day and keep my teacher ID and key card in the  ID holder on the ring.  It makes my keys easily accessible (and identifiable if I leave them somewhere!) and the silicone are my favorite option for school because I can wipe them down with disinfectant.  

I've sung the praises of my Stanley cup for over a year now and it's lived up to every bit of hype.  I love how big it is.  I love the handle.  I love that it keeps ice frozen for a full day.  We gave these to Mason and G's teachers last Christmas and they loved them!

I've professed my love for BOGG Bags repeatedly and today is no different.  I'm linking them  HERE on Amazon but your best bet is to follow them on IG and see if they do a sale.  Two years ago I was able to grab the smaller size bag (Baby Bogg) for all of my kids teachers for about $25 each!

Listen, y'all.  Teachers. Love. Flair. Pens.  

This is a bigger gift BUT if you're going in with other families or if your budget allows and you want to give something extra special  a saranoni blanket would be a HUGE hit!  

Last year for Luke's teachers we bought breakfast tacos from Rudy's and put them in the workroom with a thank you note from him.  Anytime you can feed teachers we appreciate it ;) Around the holidays everyone is thinking sweets but a hot breakfast goes a long way!

Hoping this post got your wheels turning OR gave you the permission you needed to pop a gift card in an envelope (or in an email!) and cross something off your list!  HAPPY THURSDAY, friends!

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