20 Teacher Gift Ideas for Christmas


20 Teacher Gift Ideas for Christmas

These handmade Christmas gifts are perfect for your favorite educators!


20 Teacher Gift Ideas for Christmas

During the holiday season, it's important to celebrate the people who help us every single day. With these 20 Teacher Gift Ideas for Christmas, you can find the homemade Christmas gift ideas for any educator. Show your appreciation this season with an inexpensive, easy-to-create holiday craft. Check out a variety of gift ideas including candles, treat jars, and gift bags. While it's important to show your appreciation all year long, teachers deserve a little extra love during the holiday season.

Christmas is a time to think about the needs of others. Since teachers help in so many ways throughout the year, it only seems appropriate to show how much you care during the season of giving. These homemade Christmas crafts are great for any teacher or mentor in your life. You don't have to spend a lot of time or money in order to show someone you truly care. At the end of the day, it's the thought that counts and your teacher will truly appreciate the fact that you took the time to make him or her something special and from the heart.

Last Minute Gift Ideas

Holly Pen Homemade Christmas Gifts

If Christmas break is only a few days away and you haven't pulled together a present for your homeroom teacher yet, don't stress. Last minute gift ideas are easy, quick, and fun.

Give your favorite java-loving educator a reusable drink sleeve for her morning cup of coffee. Not only is this project a snap to make, but it's also a wonderful way to use up fabric scraps. If your favorite teacher is on the scatterbrained side, give her the gift of organization by making her a holder for her Post-Its. Whatever homemade Christmas gifts you choose to make are sure to be a hit.

Homemade Food Christmas Gifts

Snowman Soup

If there's one thing that every person can enjoy during the holiday season, it's food. Once teachers walk through the door at the start of the school day, they won't get to sit down until their lunch break. Such a get-up-and-go profession would make anyone hungry.

For some unique homemade food Christmas gifts, fill a glass jar with raisins, peanuts, chocolate candies, and other delicious treats that will keep your teacher alert and energized. Worried about food allergies? No problem. You can give a gift card to a restaurant or coffee shop instead. For a personal touch, whip up a cute holder for the gift card.

Teacher Christmas Gift Ideas

Stenciled Christmas Mugs

This Christmas, stretch your gift-giving creativity. Teachers don't live in the classroom (although they may feel that they do), so consider Christmas gifts that they can use at home.

Special soaps are a real holiday treat. Candles can set a festive mood during the season. Homemade Christmas decor and housewares are inexpensive alternatives to store-bought gifts.

Teacher Holiday Gift Ideas

Snowman Hand Sanitizer

Not sure if your teacher celebrates Christmas? You can still show your appreciation for her with one of our seasonal teacher holiday gift ideas. For instance, teachers are not immune to the germs that their students carry into school every day. A cute, snowman-inspired bottle of hand sanitizer proves that you've got your teacher's well-being at heart. However, it's the thought that counts, so whatever homemade Christmas gift ideas you dream up will be much appreciated.

What is your go-to teacher gift?

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This is going to really come in handy. I have four grand kids who will be with me their entire thanksgiving week off from school. I thought it would be a good time for them to make teacher gifts for school. With this, they are bound to find and easy one that they can make!

beautiful just what i needed, thank you


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