Holidays season is upon us and the holidays are on our minds. Holidays season is the best time to show a small appreciation back. Express gratitude to those who spend most of the day busy educating our kids, teaching them, caring for them, and much more.
I have put together a list of the best gifts for teachers. These gifts are perfect for the holidays season, especially if you need to go last minute shopping.
Best Gifts for Teachers
The best gift for your kids’ teacher is always a gift card. We chat with a few teachers and we know this is the preferred gift by far. In Toronto and the GTA the average amount is $25 cad, with most parents giving cards with amounts of $10 to $50 cad. It really depends on the budget (there is no right or wrong here) and how many teachers you would like to gift. If you have young kids at Daycare or Kindergarten it usually means 2-4 teachers in the class and it can add up to a big amount. The most common gift card is Amazon, followed by Starbucks, Tim Horton, LCBO, Winners and Indigo.
It Takes a Big Heart to Shape Little Minds Tumbler
Stainless Steel colourful tumbler for hot or cold drinks.
Personalized Gift Bag
Ideal bag to hold books, laptop, school supplies, foods, snacks, water bottle, clothes, towels, wallet, glasses, etc. This canvas tote bag is suitable for various occasions to meet your different needs. For example school, office, beach, travel, camping, swimming, gym, yoga, shopping, luggage, holiday and more.
Scented Candles Set
9 Packs Scented Candles Set for Christmas Gift, Soy Wax Stress Relief Aromatherapy Candles Relaxation.
The teacher diary cover is made of high-quality PU leather, which is soft and thick, resistant to friction, dings, and folds to keep the teacher journal looking brand new, and can effectively avoid the wrinkling of the inner page paper.
Cavertin teacher socks come in an elegant gift box for unique experience.
I hope you got some nice ideas for holiday gifts for your children’s teachers!
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