If you are like me, then you are always struggling with what to ask for at the holidays. Some gifts seem too personal (clothes) and some are difficult to explain aside from sending a specific link. Our 2018 Teacher Gift Guide is broken down by cost so that you can find a small way to express your thanks for as little as $10.
2018 HOLIDAY TEACHER GIFT GUIDE
UP to $10
Seven fairly inexpensive ways to share your gratitude.
- Candles | Everyone loves a wonderful smelling candle
- Paper Clip Holder | Super cute on a desk and the marble is on trend
- Weekly Desk Planner | I have yet to meet a teacher who doesn’t love a planner.
- Monogrammed Mug | I think these are so cute and inexpensive for a nice gift!
- All the Things Notepad | I think these are so cute! I plan to pick some up for my son’s teachers.
$10 – $20
- Volcano Hand Cream | Sweet smelling and a little fancy
- Succulents | Every home and classroom can use a little low maintenance greenery
- Portable Blue Tooth Speaker | Useful in the classroom or at home while folding laundry
- Best Teacher Ever Pencils | These are adorable!
- Codenames Pictures | A fun party game!
- Cute Lunchbox | Every teacher needs a lunchbox
- Hand Lettering Book | For the artist inside you
- Dare to Lead | One of my favorite books these days!
- Yeti Mug | I use my coffee mug every. single. day.
- Desk Organizer Set | A touch of rose gold only makes for a happier desk!
- Cute Teacher Shirt | I am loving these teacher tees!
- Prettiest Wall Calendar | These may not be the most practical, but I love how they had a pop of color!
- Monogrammed Kitchen Accessories | Super cute!
For more gift guides, check this out. What is on your holiday wish list? Comment with the link and share those great ideas!