20+ Teacher Gift Ideas

Say thankyou to that special teacher & support local!

The end of the school year is swiftly approaching, and our kids’ teachers work so hard. So, when it comes time to show them a little appreciation, here are some suggestions on how to say “thank you”.

  1. Gift Vouchers – everyone loves receiving a gift card to spend on something they want
  2. Candles – something for them to relax and unwind to
  3. Plants – they last longer than flowers and add a little extra touch to a room
  4. Personalised Diary & Pen – it’s always nice to start a new year with new stationery
  5. Mugs – for those endless cups of coffee or tea
  6. Insulated Tumbler – for when they need to take their coffee to go!
  7. Christmas Bauble – a little Christmas magic goes a long way
  8. Cookie/Cupcake Gift Box – who doesn’t love yummy treats?!
  9. Tote Bag – something practical
  10. Personalised Pencil Case – pens always go walkabout!

Here at Melville Mums, we have some fabulous local businesses that might be a great place to start when shopping for inspiration for a teacher’s present. When you buy from a small local business, someone does a happy dance! Head to our business directory for more info.

Source: Annie Q

Homemade Gift Ideas

If you’re looking to explore yours or your child’s talents, then you can DIY a gift from home. Here’s our list of 10 Homemade Teacher Gift Ideas.

  1. Cake/Cookies/Chocolate Bark
  2. Succulent Pots
  3. Tie Dye Tote Bag
  4. Framed Artwork/Poem
  5. Painted Mason Jar
  6. Christmas Decoration
  7. Bath Salts
  8. Body Sugar Scrub
  9. Painted Kitchen Utensils
  10. Bookmark

Remember that you don’t have to give your teacher a gift, but if you do, you don’t need to spend a lot of money. Sometimes, a handmade card with meaningful words is enough to give your child’s teacher a much-deserved boost and make the trials and tribulations all worthwhile.

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