Teacher Gifts Galore

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Eva Amurri Martino holds a bouquet of flowers as a gift for teachers

As a “Room Mom” for Marlowe’s Pre-K class, we celebrated Teacher Appreciation week last week and had lots of little gifts and goodies lined up for the amazing teachers in her classroom.  With that awesome week past us, and the end of school right around the corner, my mind is on Teacher Gifts at the moment. I’ve been brainstorming a lot and looking around for awesome little gifts that are either great to combine forces for (aka a “Class Gift”) or to get yourself if you’re feeling extra generous.   I have a lot of teachers who follow the blog (huge thank you to all of them for their service and dedication!) And when I’ve asked them before about teacher gifting the consensus was:  NOT A MUG, NOT A CRAFT, and BOOZE.  LOL. But actually.  This year for our big class gift during Teacher Appreciation week, our class combined forces to get our teachers these Corksicle wine tumblers! Aren’t they so cute! We slipped a gift card to a local wine store on the inside too.  Teachers need Mommy Juice too! LOL. Today I thought I would share a little roundup of some sweet teacher gifts to show them how much we care! Just click on the collage below to shop. Also, don’t forget about my fab DIY scrub, bath bombs, and this cute recycled materials planter that make for great home made gifts if you’d prefer to go that route.  

Eva Amurri Martino wears a little white dress for spring
Eva Amurri Martino's end of year teachers gift

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Photographs by Julia Dags

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  1. E says:

    These gifts are lovely and very thoughtful! I’m a teacher, and I’ll tell you that the best and most appreciated I ever felt is when the parents of the grade I taught collected donations and just gave an envelope of cash to each teacher in the grade team at the holidays and the end of the year. It might not seem as sweet, or be as fun as picking out something really cute, but it actually made a huge difference for us. Every single teacher was ecstatic; finally we wouldn’t have to be shaking our heads at how much money was spent on decorative items that were not even in our style and actually be able to treat ourselves. Just a though I’m putting out there! Of course a thoughtful and genuine note from a child beats everything else!

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