This creative gift basket idea is easy to personalize for the teacher you are gifting. All you need to do is find out her favorite candies and treats and fill the basket with things she will love. If you don't know her well, fill it with things to make her life easier at work - from hand lotion to extra tape. In a gift basket, all is appreciated!
One of the many things that teachers always need in the classroom are glue sticks. This project turns a nice collection of glue sticks into a creative teacher gift when you attach them to a ribbon and make a wreath out of them!
For Harry Potter fans everywhere, these wand pencils are pure magic. So much easier to make than you might think, kids will be proud to take these to school. You'll want to make sure you make enough of them to get through the school year, though, because these well-loved pencils have the ability to disappear!
A nice smoothie cup is always handy to have, whether used for smoothies or ice water. The screw on lid and attached straw help teachers keep a nice beverage secure and handy when they need an occasional sip throughout the day!
This clever box is paneled with rulers on the side, making it sturdy and decorative for school. Fill it up with extra school supplies to help out in the classroom and once it is empty, teachers still have a nice box for storage!
If you have the chance to score some bear shaped candy or cookies, this is an adorable gift idea for teachers. Not only is it a fun play on words, but nothing soothes a stressed teacher like a nice bit of chocolate!
This teacher's gift is so precious! It's bright and colorful and has a fun play on words. It is also practical, since it provides teacher with all the hghlighters she could possbly need to use in a year.This cheerful gift is sure to brighten the classroom!
This lovely and unique teacher gift is all about Autumn. From the pretty decorative leaves to the twine pencils, there is a rustic beauty to this lovely little storage box that teachers are sure to appreciate!
This creative little storage box is the "bee's knees". Of course, the exact gift shown only works if your child's teacher has a last name starting with B. But it provides some great inspiration for coming up with a playful gift for any other letter, too!
This teacher's gift is cute, crafty, flexible, and handy in a classroom. Best of all, it's made from recycled tin cans! You can really use any sized cans you want, too. And if you fill them with extra school supplies before gifting them, that's even better!
This is such a clever idea! Using a recycled mint container, this "Icebreaker" gift breaks the ice between your child and their new teacher. It's one great way to make sure they get off to the right start!
I really like when people put gifts together in a really unique way - and this is one of them. Two sharpie markers are put together with paper to make a "pair of scissors" that are sure to get a smile - especially since it isn't quite obvious at first. Start the school year off with a surprise!
It can be tricky coming up with a great gift when you don't actually know what the person likes. But everyone loves s'mores! This teacher gift is simple, fun, and sweet, and includes an amusing play on words sure to make teacher smile!
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