With Thanksgiving Break behind us and a mere 12 days until Winter Break (who’s counting?!), it felt like the perfect time to kick off our 2017 Teacher Gift Guide. Last year, we categorized gifts by the type of teacher you might be shopping for, but this year, we are breaking down our gift guide by the amount of money you have to spend. Here we go!
THE ULTIMATE TEACHER GIFT GUIDE
Free to $10 (per gift)
These presents are great if you have a whole grade level team that you would like to give a little something to. Buy a set and separate them into individual presents.
- Give the Gift of Time | Make little coupons for your coworkers with an offer to grade an assignment, to cover a lunch or an after-school duty, or to make a day’s worth of their copies for them.
- Nail Polish | Who doesn’t like adding an extra color to their collection? This link comes with a cute printable, too.
- Bath Bombs | After an especially long day.
- Cookies in a Jar | This link has several recipes and several printable recipes. Don’t forget your mason jars and cute ribbon .
$10 – $20
5. I Am Very Busy Thermal Mug | For the coffee lover who has taken on additional roles this year.
6. Food Storage Containers | These containers are amazing! 1. They are glass, so they are safe to microwave. 2. They have separate compartments AND a space for your utensils, so you don’t forget them! 3. They stack!
7. Lanyard | For the coworker who keeps losing their classroom keys. I also have a whistle on mine for calling students in from recess.
8. Fanny Pack | I use a fanny pack every day to store my phone, extra pens, and sticky notes. Not all my dresses and skirts have pockets, so fanny packs are a perfect solution. This one goes with any outfit while this one is extra fun!
10. Love Real Food Cookbook | There is a life-changing granola recipe in here! It has revolutionized my family’s breakfast, and literally I tell everyone I meet about it. Who knew granola could change your life?
13. Letterboard | For their classroom or for their home.
14. Rainbow Plastic Drawers | Is there a prettier way to organize paper in a classroom? Organize the chaos.
15. WiFi Controlled Outlet | A smart plug that connects to WiFi so they can turn off anything (hair straightener, I’m talking to you!) in their home from a smartphone.
16. Erin Condren Schedule Pad | I use this at home to keep track of who has appointments, who is going where, what snacks I am supposed to send to preschool, and who is doing drop off and pick up. Its pretty and personalized. Plus use this code and save $10 on your first purchase!
For more gift guides, check this out. What is on your holiday wish list? Comment with the link and share those great ideas!