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30 Blogs with Great Teacher Holiday Gift Ideas


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As Christmas break draws near, you’ve probably found yourself desperately trying to come up with ideas for what to get your kids’ teachers for Christmas. Finding something that appropriately conveys your appreciation for her teaching skills as well as something that she’ll actually use is no easy feat. Here are 30 bloggers who have some ideas on how to make some awesome teacher gifts.

Handmade

If you have a ton of teachers to buy for then spending $10 to $20 per teacher on gifts may not be feasible.  Here are five bloggers that have come up with some handmade gifts that any teacher will be happy to receive.

Store-bought

Don’t have time to make a handmade gift this year?  Check out these five blog posts for ideas on things that can be store-bought for the teachers you love this year.

Class Gifts

Going in together as a class can be a much easier solution when it comes time to purchase a gift for a teacher, and will allow you to purchase a bigger gift. Include the students in making something that she’ll always be able to remember her students by.

Child Made

Teachers love to receive notes and the like from their students, but if you would like to take it one step further, here are some gift ideas that the kids can make.  Check them out on these five blog entries.

Personalized

It’s not unusual for teachers to receive generic gifts from their students. Instead of getting your child’s teacher a basic, off-the-rack gift, why not get something that is personalized for her this year to show her how special she is to your child?  These five blogs will give you some ideas on what to get or what to make.

Last Minute

Running out of time to buy a gift for your child’s teacher?  Here are some ideas for quick gifts to give to your kids’ teachers on the following five blog posts.

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