Teachers make a huge difference in our kids’ lives. They do so much more for them besides teaching arithmetic and spelling. They help mold their character and instill a deep love of learning that can last a lifetime. They’re there, day in and day out, making sure each child is looked after and cared for.
Whether it’s Teacher’s Appreciation Week, a holiday, or at the end of the year, your child’s teacher deserves a huge thank you. One amazing way to show your appreciation is with a thoughtful and caring gift. Consider a delightful fruit arrangement featuring our signature pineapple daisies and other fruit favorites topped with an apple-shaped pineapple slice for that extra-special touch. It includes decadent chocolate dipped apple wedges for a sweet treat your teacher will love, and it comes carefully arranged in a keepsake container she can use again and again.
Say thanks with a box of delectable strawberries hand-dipped in real, gourmet semisweet chocolate in a custom thank you box. Make an even bigger statement with a gift bundle including a box of chocolate dipped strawberries and a box of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory confections, complete with a Thank You balloon.
Looking for something for your favorite teacher for the holidays? You can’t go wrong with a box of scrumptious desserts, hand-selected by you to include your teacher’s favorite flavor combinations, or choose from our extensive collection of festive holiday treats to find the perfect gift to make your teacher’s holiday season bright and merry.
For more fabulous teacher gift ideas your child’s teacher will absolutely love, we put out a call for ideas and curated responses below. (Note: Edible Arrangements® is not endorsing any of the companies or ideas discussed below, but we asked for suggestions to get some different perspectives.) Keep reading to find out what the contributors who responded to our query had to say about the most amazing teacher gift ideas.
Ivana is an English teacher living in Europe. She’s been teaching for 13 years in a private school and uses her teaching experience to teach art online through her blog.
“As a teacher, I can say that the best gift I could receive would be a lovely planner, especially if it’s custom made so it has categories inside like the list of students and lesson planning ideas sheet. Teachers are always busy with schedules, students and their achievements, list-making, keeping records, etc. I believe any teacher would love a gift like this.”
Ian Kelly is the VP of Operations at NuLeaf Naturals.
“Teachers really take their downtime seriously, but they also deserve fun supplies to get through the year. As a kind of throwback to the late ’90s, a giant set of gel pens can be a delightful surprise loaded with nostalgia but is also perfect for grading papers with a little more fun.”
Lindsey Maxwell is the Co-Founder at Where You Make It.
“This year you can express your gratitude for teachers by gifting yours with a Netflix gift card, giving them free access to great shows and movies they’ll love. It’ll be an excellent way for them to gain some relaxation after a hard day’s work.
Your teacher will thank you for a comfortable weighted blanket to help them sleep at night. The weight it provides can help some people go to sleep faster, so it’s a great gift to help your teacher sleep after a long week of grading papers or planning their next lesson. It also might help them relieve some stress with its warmth and coziness.
Pumpkin butter scented candles can be a perfect gift for your teacher this year. Being close to the holidays, the aromatic scent of pumpkin butter can get your teacher in the spirit for the holiday season and help them relax with it lit during a movie at home.”
Jamie Bacharach is a Licensed Medical Acupuncturist and Health Coach in Jerusalem, Israel, as well as the Head of Practice at Acupuncture Jerusalem. Jamie’s travels have taken her across the world as she has learned to synthesize the best of Western and Eastern medicine to the benefit of her patients.
“Everyone who has spent time with teachers knows how much they may value their morning or afternoon coffee or tea. An excellent and practical gift for your favorite teacher would be a stainless steel travel mug or thermos. Not only will this help limit environmental waste by limiting the number of disposable cups your teacher will use, but it will also provide your teacher with a high-quality and excellent mug to travel with. For an added touch, you could have your teacher’s name or initials laser engraved on the mug!”
Holly Noel learned to make jam from her Grandma and began Holly’s Homemade in 2014, selling jam and jelly locally. With the 2020 pandemic, Holly moved the business entirely online. With the help of her husband Mark Breyman and loyal, satisfied customers, the online business was quadrupled this year.
“Holly’s Homemade jams, jellies and fruit butters make great teacher gifts. During our past six years in business, we have had many customers buy our 8-ounce jars as gifts for their children’s teachers during our local events – with great results. This year, with most shopping online, customers have three options for these purchases: send a large selection of jars to their own home; divide and deliver them personally, order for each teacher and have them delivered to the teacher’s work or home, or easiest of all, order a digital gift card. Holly’s Homemade products are also perfect to attach to home-baked goods for that extra special personal touch. Everyone enjoys the great homemade taste and varied selection of these products, with the assurance that they are manufactured in a Texas licensed commercial kitchen.”
Allen Klein (aka “Mr. Jollytologist”®) shows audiences how to use humor and positivity to deal with life’s not-so-funny stuff. He is an award-winning professional speaker, TEDx presenter, and author of 31 books, including The Healing Power of Humor, You Can’t Ruin My Day, and Embracing Life After Loss.
“With everything related to teaching being no laughing matter these days, perhaps one of the best gifts you can give a stressed-out teacher is something that will help them lighten up. That gift is a copy of Teacher Laughs: Quips, Quotes and Anecdotes about the Classroom. It’s available either in audio or hardcover.”
Jennifer Willy is an Editor for Etia.Com.
“Here are some of the most amazing teacher gifts ideas that are available in the market.
The first recommendation would be a Pencil Dispenser Holder. Simply twist either knob on the sides of the dispenser to release one pencil into the tray. It holds up to 50 pencils at a time. To add more, simply lift the hinged lid and insert additional standard number 2 pencils.
The After School Coffee Mug and Wine Glass Set for Teachers is a perfect appreciation gift set for your favorite teacher. The tumblers are made of unbreakable 304 18/8 food-grade stainless steel, and the lid with a drinking strewing hole is made of ABS and silica gel.
Lined Notepads for Teacher Appreciation are exclusively designed to appreciate the educator in your life. The notebook is available in multiple designs and colors, and you can personalize it with quotes and messages.”
Yaniv Masjedi is the CMO at Nextiva.
“The best gift that a teacher can receive is to see how they influenced past students for the better.
Reach out to some of their most memorable students, preferably a mixture of the current and former. Conduct a video interview and allow them to share the impact of their teacher on their lives. Compile the videos and finish it with a soundtrack to make it more engaging.
Being a teacher is a noble profession, and their impact on their students’ lives is massive. I believe teachers would appreciate knowing the winning results of their guidance to their former students.”
Meredith Essalat is an elementary school principal in San Francisco and author of The Overly Honest Teacher, released on October 13, 2020. She possesses a BA in Mass Communication, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, and a second M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.
“A homemade thank you card or drawing is a wonderful teacher gift, or you could email them a letter from your child.
If your kid is in fourth grade or older, this is a very appropriate writing task. Encourage them to narrate what they appreciate most about their teacher. Don’t let them settle for the generic – we wouldn’t in the classroom!”
Yusuf is the head leather craftsman and oversees the business operations of the popular handmade leather goods company, Galen Leather.
“Most teachers can’t live without their planners, as keeping organized is key to keeping their sanity!
A thoughtful gift would be a stylish handmade leather planner or notebook portfolio that can hold all their daily essentials, like their daily planner, pens, notebooks, and more. Personalize it with eye-popping color and an engraved monogram of their initials, and they’ll have a keepsake for many years to come.”
Laurie Richards is an insightful communication problem solver who works with professionals to improve communication. She helps clients strategically plan outcome-based presentations, build stronger teams, and improve every day.
“Imagine, as a teacher, you sit down to your desk one day and there is a nice box, perhaps an engraved crystal box, or a wood box made by one of the students’ woodworking parents.
When you open the box, you find small notes written by each of the students on different colored strips of paper.
Ask each of the kids to choose their color. And ask them to write a favorite thing about their teacher – maybe a memory. Ask them to write one thing per slip of paper. Each student can write as many slips of paper as they’d like.
Now put those colorful slips of paper in a pretty box and let the teacher drink in the appreciation we sometimes don’t take time to share.
As a second step, you might ask the students to add to the box at the end of the year or on Teacher Appreciation Day, the teachers’ birthday, or all of the above!”
Trond Nyland is the Founder and CEO at Mattress Review.
“While gift cards and chocolates are nice, those types of gifts don’t compare to something heartfelt. Teachers are nurturing and caring by nature, so hearing what the teacher’s work has meant to a student is the ultimate gift.
Craft and design an explosion box for your teacher. There are many tutorials on YouTube explaining how to make an explosion box. Decorate the inside and include little notes to the teacher that proclaim your appreciation.
Once the teacher removes the top, the box expands to reveal the contents, which can include thoughtful notes, drawings, and small gifts. Consider adding in handwritten notes, some chocolates, and some nourishing lip moisturizer.
Teachers will be delighted with such a thoughtful and beautiful gift. Not only that, but they’ll always remember it.”
Joanna Jozwik Serra
Joanna Jozwik Serra is the Co-Founder of Birdy Boutique, a certified women & disabled-veteran owned small business.
“We have lots of gift ideas which are uniquely created and available on Amazon from our women veteran-owned business.
Our new classroom tapestries spruce up the classroom and inspire students all year long.
Unique, reversible, and super educational, there are so many learning opportunities within each blanket, it’s the perfect addition to each classroom.”
Lauren is the Founder of PINdemic HEROES.
“Hero Pins by PINdemic HEROES make an awesome, unique, and affordable gift for frontliners and essential workers who have been bravely stepping up to help keep our children learning and growing during this wild year! Plus, all money is donated to Covid-19 relief.
A little more information:
- Hero Face Mask Pins are $8.99 each.
- We can do bulk orders/rates as well (i.e., pins for all of the teachers and faculty at one school).
- All net proceeds go to Covid relief (specifically Direct Relief and World Central Kitchen).
- We have raised just under $3,000 so far.
- They can be purchased on Etsy and Square Site.”
Jozef is a content executive at Twinkl Ltd working alongside teams from South Africa and start-ups in Twinkl’s accelerator, TwinklHive. Jozef is also an accredited magazine journalist, having been previously published in The Observer New Review, VultureHound, SteelChair, Living and Loving Magazine, Surprisingly Competent Media, and more.
“Twinkl produces resources to provide anyone who needs it with the ability to put together great lessons with ease, whether they’re teachers or just parents adapting to home-schooling or after-school club leaders. But even with nearly 700,000 resources, they have more than just PowerPoints and worksheets, with augmented reality apps, original games, and even original eBooks (that you can get beautiful physical copies of with Twinkl Ultimate).
We think Twinkl’s great for teachers because it gives them back the one thing there’s not enough of: time. It means that they can just do a quick search and come up with some great, teacher-made activities to support their teaching instead of using valuable time making their own. Giving teachers back their valuable free time, that’s the greatest gift of all.”
Colin Palfrey is the CMO at Majesty Coffee.
“As a teacher, I imagine the day gets busy fast, and it’s not uncommon to let a cup of coffee or tea go cold while teaching.
That’s why a great, unique gift for teachers is an electric mug warmer that they can put on their desk. All the teacher needs to do is plug the device in, and it will keep their coffee or tea warm as long as they need it. It’s perfect for the winter months.
I like this one from BESTINKITS, which is currently selling on Amazon for $28.99.”
David Cusick is the Executive Editor of House Method.
“Since teachers enjoy having coffee or tea during and between classes, they need something they can use while they’re on-the-move. Home, classrooms, teacher’s room — teachers are more mobile than we often think!
While we all have plenty of travel mugs, a travel kettle can be a lifesaver for caffeine fiends with essays to grade. This model made by Loutytuo is made with collapsible silicone to fit in any backpack, and you can pick the cover.
One important tip for any teachers’ gift: Make sure you include a handwritten note. The gift you give may end up gone someday, but the sentiments you express will stay with them forever.”
Brenda Della Casa
Brenda Della Casa is the Founder of The BDC Collective + BDC Digital Media.
“I would get in touch with the principal and get every student in her class to write a short note saying what they learned from her or what they love most about being in her class. I’d take all of the letters and put them in a nice book for them as a gift.”
Aaron Simmons is the founder of Test Prep Genie. He believes in studying smart rather than studying hard to be successful. On this blog, Aaron shares tips and tricks on how to develop smarter study habits. Learn how to test prep the right way. Ace any exam and become one step closer to your educational or professional goals.
“Books are the best gifts you could give to teachers. Everyone knows that teachers love to read books. However, if you’re going to give a book as a gift to a teacher, make sure to go beyond the typical books we already read. Instead, try to give books that would help us be enlightened with our passion. Some of them are:
- Mathilda, by Roald Dahl. This book tells the story of an extraordinarily intelligent girl, Mathilda, who befriended her teacher, Miss Honey. Being taken for granted by her family, Mathilda found the comfort she was looking for from Miss Honey. The two would go on various adventures to discover the true meaning of friendship, happiness, and family.
- Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom. It was a story narrated by the author himself, Mitch Albom. In this book, Albom would recount the values and lessons he learned from his former teacher, Morrie Schwartz. The two would spend their days rekindling their friendship and learning the lesson of Morrie’s ‘final class.’
- All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, by Robert Fulghum. This book is a collection of the author’s thoughts about life. In each of its lessons, you would learn that learning about life doesn’t end at the four corners of the classroom.”
Jessica Miller is the owner and operator of Buckeye Candle Company, located in Central Ohio.
“The perfect teacher gifts are candles. You can tailor what size, type, and scent you give to make it the perfect holiday gift they will actually use. Many shops offer gift sets, such as ours, to make holiday gift-giving a breeze. Pick a neutral scent that will be sure to please, and you have the perfect gift that your teacher will be thankful for.”
Bruce Hogan is CEO of SoftwarePundit, a technology research firm that provides advice, information, and tools to help individuals successfully use technology.
“One of the best teacher gift ideas is a gift card for Teachers Pay Teachers, or TpT. If you haven’t heard of TpT, I’m certain the teachers in your life have!
TpT is the world’s largest online marketplace for original educational resources. Examples of resources are algebra curriculum, biology lessons, writing centers, and teacher notebooks. The three million resources that are available on TpT were created by teachers and other educators who earn the majority of each sale. Over five million educators found a resource they wanted to download from TpT in the past year. Most items are priced under $10. Gift cards can be purchased here.”
Jeanine Duval is the co-founder at Edelwyn.
“Give your teacher a gift that he’ll be able to keep and remember you by.
You’ll definitely win the show when you’re giving the teacher an item that’s an addition to their desk. I’d suggest the Chinese Money Plant since it’s easy to keep, doesn’t grow too tall, and looks fun! After a few months, it will even give you a few cuttings for pupils to take home. And the best thing is that the pancake plant is used in Feng Shui as good luck! And maybe it will bring you good luck regarding your grades, too.
One item that your teacher can never go without is chalk or whiteboard markers.
What could possibly be a more thoughtful gift? Depending on whether the teacher still likes to use the old-school blackboards, I’d assume whiteboard markers are your best bet. HuntfortheBest.com has a list of the best markers, and I would go for the colorful shuttle art dry erase markers.
Undoubtedly, the best way to treat your teacher is by gifting them a remarkable book.
A teacher who’s not into books is a rare case. You can especially be thoughtful if you know (or find out) who your teacher’s favorite author is! You’ll get brownie points for sure.”
David McHugh is the CEO and founder of My Mixify, an online blog about exercising and sport. Every teacher deserves recognition for doing great work, and the occasional gift is a perfect way to show him or her that you care.
“One present that I would go for is gifting an amazing mug. Of course, it can be a bit cliche, but that’s why they’re so great. Find one that has inspiring quotes from your teachers’ favorite movie or show. Or if you want to go all the way (which I would recommend) – one that says, ‘This is what an awesome teacher looks like.’
Another way to surprise your teacher is by sending him or her a fruit basket with a great bottle of red. Frankly, you would make anyone happy with these gifts. An even better way to spoil your teacher is by offering a basket that happens to have chocolate-covered fruit. Maybe they’ll even share some with you.
If you want to be clever, give your teacher a newspaper or magazine subscription. You can count on it that he or she loves to read in the afternoons to unwind after busy school days.”
After completing his doctoral studies, Borislav Chernev lectured in modern European history at the universities of Newcastle and Exeter. It was around this time that he conceived the idea of Mark in Style as a bridge between the best employers and candidates in the UK education sector. He was lucky enough to come across some amazing people who helped him make this dream a reality. On the rare occasions when he is not obsessing over the latest Department for Education guidelines, you can find him enjoying a pint of cask ale down at the local pub.
“Although not everyone seems to give them the credit they deserve, teachers are some of the most important figures, not only when growing up, but throughout our entire life. Anyone who has had a good teacher knows the great impact they have on our personal development, which is worth admiring and repaying with a little something. Finding a gift to show appreciation for a teacher might be a difficult task when you need to think out of the box (that means no simple notes, little mugs, or apples); however, it’s not impossible to do so. If you want a gift your teacher can really appreciate, consider the following suggestions.
Teachers are characterized by being knowledgeable people, so make sure their gifts are either something that contributes to their knowledge or something really useful. That being said, you can gift your teacher a book, but not just any book. If they recently spoke in class about a specific author they enjoy, you can look for that author’s most recent book and surprise him/her with it. You can even take it to another level by finding an autographed version.
Another nice detail would be to gift your teacher something interesting to add to their collection if they happen to have one. Is she a big fan of Harry Potter, for example? Look for unique gifts related to it. You can also go low-budget but more personal with a handmade craft that touches their heart.”
Vinay Amin is a Health Expert and CEO at Eu Natural.
“To perform their best, teachers need to be well-rested, focused, and alert. As such, our Productivity Bundle is an excellent gift idea for teachers.
A set of three different, completely natural supplements with herbal ingredients, the Productivity Bundle aids in stress relief, deeper sleep, energy during the day, and preventing fatigue.”
Matt Satell is the Marketing Manager at Little Bundle.
“At the holidays last year, one class parent decided to take up an optional collection for one teacher gift from the entire class.
The suggested contribution was $10 per kid – not enough to really break the bank but plenty to get something nice when added up for 25 kids! The class mom gave a gift basket that contained a gift certificate for a massage and manicure/pedicure, plus a gift card to a popular local restaurant. With the leftover funds, the parent bought a director’s chair personalized with the teacher’s name. She was really surprised and thrilled. It was affordable for everyone, and best of all, it was meaningful.”
Still looking for some inspiration? We’ve compiled a list of 50 fabulous teacher gift ideas below to help you find the perfect gift for your child’s teacher.
With fresh cake-shaped pineapple covered in gourmet chocolate and topped with colorful glaze along with chocolate covered strawberries, this set of bite-sized indulgences is sure to delight the eyes and the taste buds. It’s sure to get an A+ from your child’s teacher.
This beautiful bouquet is a step above any floral arrangement. This one is packed with all your fresh fruit favorites, including pineapple daisies, strawberries, honeydew, and cantaloupe, and it all comes beautifully arranged in a keepsake container.
Not only is the saying on this candle so perfect for a thoughtful and caring teacher, it also smells divine, like soothing water with hints of amber and vanilla. It can be personalized with any name or title to truly make it special for your child’s favorite teacher.
This tote bag is adorable and practical – she can use it to carry all of her gradebooks, homework assignments, and so much more. It comes in any letter, and you can add your child’s teacher’s name and a special two-line message.
This silicone spatula will never let your child’s teacher forget how much she is truly appreciated. Not only does it provide the definition of a teacher (including being encouraging, wise, and supportive), it’s also insanely useful in the kitchen for mixing, blending, and scraping off the last bits of brownie batter.
With a 3-in-1 shampoo and an ultra-glossy lip shine that are infused with the mouthwatering scent of raspberry sorbet, this set brings pampering to a whole new level. It’s the perfect way to say thank you and remind your child’s teacher to take a little time for self-care.
Lightweight and comfortable, this headband with integrated speakers provides superior sound without earbuds poking your ear or having to deal with bulky, oversized headphones. Your child’s teacher can also pull it down over her eyes to act as a sleep mask for a much-needed nap.
Curated in collaboration with The New York Botanical Garden, this elegant set of teas will impress anyone who loves fine tea, art, or nature. It includes some truly outstanding selections, such as chocolate rose, strawberry hibiscus, and green mango peach.
Teachers truly do plant the seeds of the future. This stainless steel tumbler with vacuum insulation will always remind your child’s teacher of how much you appreciate her, all while keeping her cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot.
This herb garden kit makes growing essential herbs for your kitchen easier than ever before. Not only does provide instructions that walk you step by step through the growing process, it looks amazing sitting on your kitchen windowsill.
This notebook is perfect for your child’s teacher to write down everything she needs to get done and help her organize her busy life. You can even personalize it with her name and school name.
Even teachers need to relax sometimes. This sweatshirt provides the ultimate in relaxation as it’s basically a blanket that you can wear, allowing you to move around freely and use your hands.
The saying, “To teach is to touch a life forever,” couldn’t be truer. This wall art combines this phrase with a truly sweet pebble design that is sure to warm your child’s teacher’s heart.
This rotating organizer will make classroom organizing a breeze. It features 360-degree rotation with easily adjustable shelves and compartments so it can truly fit any school supplies or books your child’s teacher wants to use it for.
With a cashmere knit upper and super soft sherpa fleece lining, these slippers are pillow soft. They’re perfect for slipping into and unwinding after a long day on your feet as a teacher.
With the words, “teach, love, inspire,” this bracelet is a great pick for a lovely teacher. You can personalize it with your teacher’s name and your child’s name or other short message for a truly unique gift.
These unique signs are sure to impress any teacher and quickly become a central part of their classroom décor. They spell out your child’s teacher’s name with letters that are created out of original photos, all arranged in a beautiful wooden frame.
This pillow is a perfect addition to your child’s teacher’s desk. Not only will it keep her more comfortable, it will also remind her how much you appreciate all of all the great qualities that make her a truly great teacher.
“It takes a big heart to shape little minds.” This mug couldn’t be more accurate. Designed with beautiful flowers and your child’s teacher’s name, it’s perfect for any teacher who loves coffee or tea.
Coloring is a great way to create focus and bring about mindfulness. This book features some exquisite artwork with intricate details depicting a beautiful world with of starry skies, giant flying owls, and the inner-workings of a grandfather clock.
Teachers open minds, change lives, and light the way for the children in their class. That’s why this charm bracelet features an apple and books with a spark of light in the background.
One of the downsides of teaching is dealing with tons of germs. Help eliminate germs for your child’s teacher with this trio of hydrating hand sanitizers packed with essential oils and nourishing aloe vera, so they’re a step above traditional hand sanitizers.
This book is perfect for any teacher who has a penchant for traveling. It details 500 destinations around the globe, with a combination of well-traveled and lesser-known locations, including ocean cruises in Thailand to hiking volcanos in New Zealand.
Teachers need laminators to help preserve children’s artwork as well as decorate their classroom and make visual props like flashcards and maps. This laminator allows you to laminate documents up to nine inches wide and features a quick four-minute warm-up.
Perfect for decorating the door of your child’s teacher’s classroom, this wreath is made with real Crayola crayons and features a working chalkboard. You can also opt to add your teacher’s name on the chalkboard for a personal touch.
Made with Epsom and Dead Sea salt, this bath soak relaxes your body leaving you feeling calm and rejuvenated. It’s also packed with lavender and calendula to lift your mood, calm your nerves, and help you sleep better.
This charging dock will help your child’s teacher always keep her phone charged while at her desk. It also includes a space to hold a watch, bracelet, or other small objects on the side.
Printed to resemble a fresh library card, this tote bag is a must for any bookish teacher. The bag has an inner pocket for her essentials, such as your phone or wallet, and is roomy enough to carry all of her teaching supplies.
This bag is quite the opposite of a big tote bag and is perfect for those times when you only need a cellphone and a few credit cards. It features built-in card slots with RFID protection, a front-flap with magnetic closure, and is made from vegan leather.
In your choice of nineteen colors, this t-shirt is super sweet and stylish. It’s a perfect choice for a teacher with a sense of fashion and a love for teaching.
This keychain is practical and thoughtful. She can slip it onto her keys and always remember how much her students appreciate her hard work and big heart.
This gift is just what you’re searching for if you’re looking for a fun piece of artwork for your child’s classroom. It can be completely personalized, including customizing colors and changing wording to better suit your needs.
Perfect for math teachers who love to solve complex puzzles, this wooden puzzle features a base ring and four rings that rotate on top. The point is to get each of the sixteen columns to add to 40 at the same time, a challenge that will perplex even the most math-savvy mind.
A handpicked selection of coffees from Seattle’s top small-batch coffee companies, this gift is a must-have if your child’s teacher likes coffee. You can even add a personalized note with the gift to let your child’s teacher know just how much you appreciate her.
Flowers bloom and swirl around this exquisitely designed vase, perfect for a teacher that loves the simple beauty of nature. Fill it with fresh flowers for a truly inspired gift that will demonstrate just how much you appreciate her.
Teachers, who are constantly on their feet helping students, need to stay hydrated. This water bottle allows you to infuse the sweet taste of fruit into your water, without the added sugar and calories.
This handmade frame made of pinewood, bone, and iron, is sweet and cheery. Place a photo of your child’s class inside, and her teacher is sure to love it.
With a natural soy candle, match box, cold process soap, bath bomb, lip balm, body butter, and body spray, this kit includes everything you need for a mini spa vacation. You can also include a personalized note to let your child’s teacher know all that she means to you.
Perfect for a teacher who’s a travel enthusiast, this globe features the phrase, “adventure awaits.” It’s the perfect addition for her classroom or something to take home and enjoy for years to come.
Made of genuine leather, this wallet features eight card slots and one cash slot. Even better, you can have your teacher’s name laser engraved along the bottom to make it personalized.
This canvas print features a beautiful Rita Pierson quote, along with a beautiful tree and room for personalization. It’s sure to make your child’s teacher smile.
In your choice of eight fun colors and patterns, your child’s teacher will be bringing her lunch to school in style with this bag. Made with durable oxford cloth and an insulated exterior, it’s built to last.
Made with high quality oak and robust black felt, this felt letter board comes with 510 letters, numbers, and symbols. It enables your child’s teacher to display personalized motivational or inspirational quotes, daily tasks, or announcements in a fun and exciting way.
Made of natural tumbled stone, this set includes four coasters. They can be monogrammed with your child’s teacher’s initial that is stamped onto the stone with permanent and durable brown ink.
With twelve uniquely handcrafted bath bombs, this set is therapeutic and relaxing. The scents include indulgences such as black raspberry vanilla, lemongrass green tea, mango papaya, melon ball, and Victorian rose.
This cookbook is perfect for a teacher who loves food, but doesn’t fancy themselves a top-notch chef. It features 275 recipes designed to be enjoyed, such as quesadilla cake, chicken fried cauliflower, and so much more.
With a calorie tracker, step tracker, distance tracker, and heart rate monitor, this activity watch can help keep your child’s teacher on track toward a healthier lifestyle. She might even be pleasantly surprised to find out how many steps she takes each day as a teacher.
Perfect for your favorite teacher, this wall art is made with a solid piece of wood with a vinyl covering. You can choose from more than 20 paint colors and 35 vinyl colors to create a truly unique piece that your child’s teacher will treasure.
A perfect way to preserve the memory of each child in class, this personalized dinner sized plate can fit up to 30 names along with your teacher’s name and the year. All the designs are hand-painted with durable paint and then oven-fired to ensure it lasts a long time.
Perfect for a teacher with a big sense of humor, this candle is scented like apples and orange corduroy, just like your favorite weird teacher. It’s the perfect gift to make your child’s teacher smile every time she looks at it.
Your child’s teacher works every day to teach, inspire, and encourage your child. Take the time to appreciate his or her hard work with a little token of appreciation.