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Christmas Teacher Gift Ideas

Happy Monday! With the holiday season upon us, it’s time we start thinking about gifts! Some of the most important people to remember when putting together your Christmas gift-list are your children’s teachers and/or Sunday school volunteers. These are the sweet souls that have a passion for teaching, and who are encouraging your children to learn. If you are looking for some easy, inexpensive Christmas teacher gift ideas… I think we have you covered!

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A great go-to gift for a teacher, neighbor or friend is a Starbucks card, I mean, who doesn’t love a good PSL (pumpkin spice latte) or just a regular old fashion coffee? Instead of just giving a gift card in a holiday card, you can get creative with it.  Give a gift within a gift, like a hot cocoa kit to enjoy on a cold winter night!

Supplies Suggested: Mason jar cup /  Hot cocoa / Marshmallows (mini or regular size will work) / Gift card tied with baker’s twine

Christmas gift idea for teacher - hot chocolate in mason jar with Starbucks gift card

Another gift idea is a baking kit! There is nothing like the sweet aroma of baked cookies during Christmas time.

Supplies Suggested: Spatula* / Whisk* / Cookie Mix / Pot Holder / Tulle or ribbon
*These were purchased from Target – in the Christmas section.

Christmas gift ideas for teachers

If you just want to give a gift card without all the extras — you can easily tie it up with some baker’s twine and a cute little holiday embellishment. Any gift card will do!  A few of my favorite local Tulsa shops to give gift cards from are: Dwelling Spaces, Ribbons, and Made : The Indie Emporium Shop

Christmas gift ideas for Teachers

Hopefully, these ideas will inspire you to spoil your child’s teacher this year! It doesn’t have to be expensive, and you don’t have to go out of your way; even a sweet, heartfelt note expressing that you appreciate them, their hard work and dedication to your child’s education, is like music to a teacher’s ears!

Ally Hess

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Ally is a mom to a darling little girl and an (almost) wife to her fiancé of 8 years. She is nestled in the Oklahoma suburbs with a wonderful family and amazing friends. She loves to do fun activities with her daughter, sisters and 3 nieces. She’s a fan of reading blogs, reality TV, a good checklist, toddler fashion, baby giggles, nice handwriting and a good girl’s night. One of her favorite things is to party plan. Because let’s face it, everyone loves a good party! Connect with Ally here: PinterestInstagram


  • December 1, 2014 - 11:04 pm

    Jenny Collier - Love this post, Ally! Such darling teacher ideas…that I’m totally going to copy. 😉ReplyCancel

  • December 2, 2014 - 3:32 am

    Emily Collins - So, I’m not a mom yet, but I am always inspired by your posts (by all the creators/contributors) that I’ve been following for awhile. I love this…as a future mom, but as a current teacher — I’d love any of those!! Kitchen faking might be my favorite! Love the new site!!ReplyCancel