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Have you been in a situation where you wanted to buy a nice gift for your teacher, but couldn’t as you were running out of gift ideas?
It really can be difficult to find the perfect gift for someone we look up to.
A teacher is more than a guide and a mentor; sometimes they are even our friends and counselors.
To make it easy for you when you go gift shopping for your teacher, we’ve listed 41 interesting gift ideas for your favorite teacher. Check them out to find the best gift for your teacher.
1. Handmade cards
A teacher is sure to appreciate the thought behind the gift. That’s why handmade cards are great gifts for all occasions. Whether you want to say “Thank You” or “Happy Teacher’s Day”, you can do it with handmade cards. A simple quote on a sheet of paper or an elaborate gift card – your teacher will love it for sure.
Books also make great gifts for teachers. Choose fiction if they enjoy reading novels during their free time or DIY books if they love doing crafts. Or you can gift them a book on their field of interest. There’s so much you can explore when it comes to getting books as gifts.
3. Candies and Chocolates
Bring a smile to your teacher’s face by gifting candies and chocolates. Most probably, they may share sweet treats with their students. But then, they will surely appreciate your gift.
4. Homemade Cake or Cupcakes
A homemade cake makes a great gift for your teacher. If you know your teacher’s favorite flavors, you can also gift delicious cupcakes.
5. Tote Bags
You would have seen your teacher carrying a lot of things such as stationery supplies, books, assignment papers, and more. A tote bag will make a thoughtful gift for your teacher. Make the gift more memorable by having a quote or words like “World’s Best Teacher” printed on the bag.
6. Personal laminator and laminating sheets
A useful gift for your teacher. He/she can use the machine to laminate worksheets, flashcards, and other teaching materials.
7. School supplies
Have you noticed your teacher giving pencils, notebooks, pens, and other supplies to students who may not have them? Most probably they’re using their personal money to buy these supplies. So, why not gift them such supplies?
8. Coffee mugs
A coffee mug may sound like a boring gift idea. But then, you can personalize it with a quote or a fun anecdote. When you’re buying a coffee mug, see if you can get ones that come with a lid and keep the beverage hot.
9. Handmade Accessories
If you like craftwork and your teacher loves accessorizing, then handmade accessories are a great gift option. You can make necklaces, earrings, bracelets, hair bands, and other accessories for your teacher.
10. Office Chair
This gift may need a slightly larger budget. But then if the entire class is sharing the expenses, then a comfy chair is a great gift idea. Every time your teacher sits down at his/her table to grade papers or plan the lessons, he/she will appreciate your gift.
11. Scented Candles
Gift scented candles that will help your teacher destress and relax after a hectic day at work.
12. Gift cards for their favorite coffee shop
Is your teacher a coffeeholic? Present your teacher gift cards that they can use at their favorite coffee shop.
13. Gift cards for a Message
A teacher spends all day taking care of so many kids. Here’s a chance to pamper your teacher. Gift a message!
14. Notes and letters
No gift can beat the sincerity and simplicity of notes and letters from students. Write a heartfelt note or letter to your teacher about how they had helped you and changed your life. A teacher will cherish these handwritten messages.
15. DIY Kit
A creative DIY kit is an interesting gift idea. You can choose from craft making kits or home improvement kits depending on what your teacher may like.
16. A Bouquet of Flowers
Show your appreciation with flowers! Make a cute bouquet of wildflowers or flowers that you grow in your home.
17. Home Décor Pieces
Gift a tiny statue, a framed art piece, a flower vase or any other decor piece that your teacher will love.
18. Gift Basket
If the entire class is getting together to get a gift for your teacher, then a gift basket can be a good option.
Firstly, because everyone can put something that they want to give. So, no arguments about which present are the best.
Secondly, it works for all budgets. You can also have a themed gift basket like a chocolate and a candy basket, floral basket, stationery supplies basket, or a mix of all.
19. Tickets to their Favorite Concert or Play
Treat your teacher to an evening with their favorite band! If a concert or play is being conducted in your city during the teacher appreciation week, then this gift is even better!
20. Contribute to their Favorite Charity
What better way to let your teacher know that you respect their favorite charity or cause than by contributing to it?
It’s not necessary to donate money for the cause. You can spend your weekends helping with the charity work, have a garage sale to raise money, or volunteer your time.
21. Thank You, Garland
Decorate your teacher’s work table in your classroom with a paper garland.
Say “THANK YOU,” “WELCOME,” or “WORLD’S BEST TEACHER” with cut-out papers strung together to make a garland.
Alternatively, you can also make a photo garland. Get your classmates to hold out a large card with an alphabet and take a selfie. Arrange all the photos in order based on your greeting and string them together to make a photo garland.
22. Restaurant Gift Card
A treat that your teacher will love, especially if they enjoy eating out. Give a gift card that they can use at their favourite restaurant for dinner or a weekend lunch.
23. Basket of Fruits
A basket of fruits would make a healthy gift for your teacher. Depending on your budget, go for exotic fruits or local produce.
24. Appreciation art
Let your creative skills unfold as you draw or paint for your teacher. A personal gift that your teacher will surely appreciate.
25. Party Kit basket
Prepare a basket with all the essentials your teacher may need for the next classroom party. Place napkins, plates, silverware, paper decorations, and more. So, the next time when you have a birthday or holiday party in your class, your teacher doesn’t have to worry about getting party essentials.
26. Gift Cards for Spa or Beauty Parlour
After a week of school work, your teacher will definitely enjoy relaxing and destressing at a spa. Give a gift card that your teacher can redeem at a spa or a beauty salon.
27. Gift Certificate
When you’re not really sure about the best gift for a teacher, go for a gift certificate. You can also give a gift certificate from an e-store, a boutique, or a specialty store. The value of the gift certificate can depend on the number of people pooling in for the gift.
28. Stationery Supplies
Gift your teacher pens, papers, pencils, notebooks, board clips and other stationeries that he/she may need.
29. Insulated water bottle or thermos
A very useful gift! Gift an insulated water bottle to carry hot or cold water. You can also gift a thermos that can keep tea or coffee hot for hours.
30. Sticky Note Set
A sticky note set with markers make fun, but it can be turned out as an interesting gift for your teacher.
31. A Jar of Notes or a Scrapbook
A beautiful goodbye or farewell gift to your favorite teacher who may no longer be teaching you. Get all your classmates to write a note to the teacher. Roll the notes and put them in a jar and gift your teacher. You could also gift a scrapbook with photos, drawings and notes from everyone in the class.
You can gift a journal to your teacher. If you can personalise the journal with interesting quotes or photos, it’ll be even better.
Teachers will always need notebooks – to write their lesson plans, to prepare their lessons or to do research. Gift notebooks with pretty covers and handwritten notes that your teacher will cherish.
34. Personalized Bracelet
If your teacher likes wearing bracelets, then you can gift a personalized bracelet.
Have the words “Best Teacher” or “Greatest Teacher Ever” printed or engraved on the bracelet. If your teacher has a nickname or fun phrase for you, then you can even have it engraved on the bracelet. Like “From the naughtiest student in your class!”
35. Best Teacher Award
Create a certificate that says “Best Teacher” and gift it to your teacher. You can even give an “award” like a jar of goodies, a pack of chocolates or a bouquet of flowers with the certificate.
Your teacher will appreciate a planner that they can use to plan their lessons and work. Personalize the gift with a fun quote on the cover or front page.
37. Wind Chimes
A cute gift for your teacher. You can gift tiny metal wind chimes or large bamboo wind chimes that make music with the breeze.
38. Lunch Bag
Gift a fun and useful lunch bag that your teacher can carry to school every day.
39. Fountain pen
Present a fountain pen that your teacher can use for years. Want to say thanks to your teacher? Have those words printed on the fountain pen? You can also personalize the fountain pen by having your name engraved on it.
40. Plant baskets
Plant baskets are gifts that last a long time. You can gift a small pot of succulents, a bamboo sapling or a potted plant.
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41. A Framed photo
Gift a framed photo to your teacher. The photo can be of yours and your teacher’s or a group photo of all your classmates.
A good teacher not just guides the student in academics, but also in life. A student’s happiness and success in life is the greatest gift that any teacher can ask for.
However, they will love it when you take time and effort to get a gift for them. Show your respect and appreciation to your teachers by giving them fun, interesting, and useful gifts.
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