Teachers do an amazing job caring and educating our special little people. To say thank you for helping nurture our budding geniuses, we’ve found stacks of thoughtful gift ideas teachers are sure to love.
Here’s our pick of the best gift ideas for teachers and carers.
- Homemade Treats
- Personalised Stationery
- Coffee Vouchers
- Tea Set
- A Plant Pot
- Movie Tickets
- A Day Planner
- Desk Tidy
- Wall Art
- Coffee Cup
- Spa Voucher
The job of teaching doesn’t end when the school bell rings. There are meetings, parent/teacher nights and after-school activities to remember too. A sleek planner is a fashionable and functional gift idea for teachers.
Small bag, big message
An environmentally-friendly bag for all that extra ‘stuff’ teachers need. These jute bags will spread an important message in and out of the classroom.
A world of thanks
An adorable glass dome full of thanks from little learners. The Little Fairy Blooms contain tiny flowers that are 100% real – Teachers simply spray with water once a week to retain their freshness. We love!
Whether it’s a ‘one cup of coffee’ day or a ‘five cups of coffee day’, giving your teacher a beautiful cup to drink it from will make them smile.
A nighttime pamper
There’s nothing like soaking in the tub after a long day at work. Help teachers relax and unwind with a pampering tea soak for the bath. Bliss!
Pretty tech protection
For lesson planning on the run and because we’ve never seen a tech sleeve look so pretty!
Christmas in a jar
Cute little chocolates in Christmas jars are a fun and inexpensive idea – especially if there are lots of teachers to buy for. (via The Idea Room)
The writing’s on the wall
Teaching isn’t something that just anyone can do -it takes a big heart. This personalised print says it all.
Taking care of tiny tots is thirsty work. This award-winning bottle makes a brilliant gift and ensures teachers will always have a healthy stash of H2O, wherever they go.
Teachers are never short of a book or two. Add a little ‘zen’ to their reading time with a mandala bookmark personalised with their name for an extra special gift.
A recess treat
You don’t have to be Willy Wonka to make delectable chocolate bars at home. Using dark, milk or white chocolate for the base, simply add a variety of nuts or dried fruit and seeds for added texture and flavour. (via Flourishing Foodie)
It’s a wrap!
Teach your teacher about being sustainably savvy by bringing re-usable wraps for their lunches. Simply hand wash in cold water after use and leave to dry for the next day.
Help them grow
Personalised with your child’s’ name and the teacher’s name, this stunning plant stick can be potted with lots of pride.
A thoughtful creation
Most teachers spend all day running after our children so some calming sugar scrub will be appreciated. Especially when the kids have made it themselves. (via Lemon Lime Adventures)
Time for tea
With long days and late nights spent preparing classes, every teacher needs a restful nights sleep. A calming (and caffeine-free) tea will melt away stress and work wonders for the week ahead.
Rain, rain go away
Getting to work in the rain is no fun for anyone. Make the walk to the car a bright adventure with this rainbow umbrella.
The perfect pamper
A voucher to have a facial, manicure or massage will give teachers some much needed me time.
A simple plant can be memorable if packaged just right. Make these pretty neon-dipped pots to sit pretty at their desk or kitchen bench. (via Hello Bee).
Best foot forward
The perfect way to add personality and a splash of colour to workwear. The forest-themed gift box includes four fresh and vibrant styles for their feet.
Gifts for the classroom
With so many kids constantly coming through your classroom things don’t always stay as nice as teachers would like. Why not buy them some books, blocks, puzzles or stationary for their classroom. (via Tooft)
Appreciation is key
Available in silver or rose gold these charming keyrings will fill teacher’s hearts with joy whenever they reach to unlock their doors.
A tea bag a day
If you know a teacher who’s a sucker for a good a cuppa, make a wreath of tea sachets using cardboard and pegs. It’s a simple activity the kids can help with too! (via Kojo Designs)
A group gift
Know the other parents in your school? Join forces and turn small token gifts into one big present. If the logistics of collecting money are too hard, simply suggest everyone buys a small gift card from a local restaurant which the teacher can combine to pay for a nice dinner out. Easy!
Find the perfect gift
We’ve collected a treasure trove of amazing gift ideas, from the latest must-haves from leading brands to the quirky boutique finds. There’s something for every little Piper, Noah and Charlotte.
Gift guides based on play and development, not gender.
- What to buy a 3-6 month old
- What to buy a 6-12 month old
- What to buy a 1 year old
- What to buy an 18 month old
- What to buy a 2 year old
- What to buy a 3 year old
- What to buy a 4 year old
- What to buy a 5 year old
- What to buy a 6+ year old