Do you have a hard time figuring out a cute gift for your kids’ teachers? You want it to be something they can use and something that they will enjoy, without breaking the bank. Some people have many teachers who need gifts so it can get a little spendy to buy them all gift cards. Here are a few cute and easy teacher holiday gift ideas that any teacher will love!
Here is a spin on the classic “apple for the teacher”. Wrap an apple together with a small jar of caramel. A yummy treat that anyone would love! A little something to let them know they are appreciated!
(source: Eighteen 25)
Now is the time to use all of the cute apple scented items you have picked up on sale all year. Put them together in a cute little basket or just a gift bag, with a little note that says “I couldn’t have PICKED a better teacher”. Something that will make any teacher smile.
(source: Lisa Storms)
I think I saw these on clearance at Kohl’s not too long ago. You can find cute cups like this at the end of the summer and grab a few for teacher’s holiday gifts. Fill the inside with Crystal Light packets and add a little note that says “Thanks for QUENCHING my thirst for knowledge”. How adorable!
Who doesn’t need batteries? A practical and gift that can be used by anyone. Add a cute note that says “Hope you have enough ENERGY to last you through the holidays”. Appreciated by anyone this time of the year!
These DIY therapy sacks would make a great gift for anyone. Use a washcloth or other fabric and sew together with some wheat or rice on the inside. They can be thrown in the microwave for instant warmth. Perfect after being outside on a cold day or to relax sore muscles. Add a note that says “Hope you stay Warm & Toasty this Holiday Season”.
(source: somewhat simple)
Add some school supplies to the inside of an oven mitt and add a note that says “I have to ad-MITT, you’re the best teacher”. You can find out ahead of time what supplies your kids’ teacher may be in need of, or just include some extra items you have in your stockpile.
I haven’t met too many teachers who don’t love candy. Many will use them for special treats in their classroom or they can be the hit of the teacher’s lounge when they walk in and want to share the jar of candy you child gave them for Christmas.
These DIY snow globes that I posted about previously would make a great gift for your child’s teacher. Have your child help make it for an extra special gift they can say they made themselves.