It’s a challenge that comes up every year, what can I get for my teacher that they haven’t received 100 times before? Here are 18 unique gift ideas for teachers.
VIDA is a collaboration between independent artists (including Cher!) and makers from around the world. Everything is socially responsible, ethically sourced, and artist inspired. The artists get a percentage of the sales of their designs and VIDA offers literacy training to the factory workers who make the products.
Contributor: Perry Betts from VIDA
Setton Farms is a family owned business based in California¹s Central Valley and are the 2nd largest grower and processor of pistachios in the United States. The business started as a small bakery in Brooklyn in 1959 and expanded to growing pistachios in 1987.
They are a vertically integrated company and are able to focus on every step of the pistachio process from harvesting, to processing, to shipping. The processing plant has a 1.7MW solar power system and their post-harvest operations is 100% solar powered. Their products range from plain pistachios to flavored pistachios to their iconic Pistachio Chewy Bites.
Contributor: Elizabeth Gerken from Groundswell PR
Urban Leaf helps you turn your window sill into an easy-care edible garden. Growing stuff is hard. Especially for apartment dwellers. So Urban Leaf helps busy consumers channel their inner-green thumbs, without babysitting their flora, by turning a decorative bottle into a full time plant-sitter.
Contributor: Nathan Littlewood from Urban Leaf
Minnie by OLIKA, a bird-shaped hand sanitizer spray. She is unique and functional combing to be the perfect gift for the teacher on your list! Minnie is cruelty-free, vegan and gluten-free! With essential oils and nourishing aloe vera, our natural formula quickly cleanses the hands and hydrates for up to 24 hours.
Contributor: Jessica Postiglione from OLIKA
This wonderful book is an excellent gift because it will help teachers maintain patience, compassion, and, most important, a sense of humor, day in and day out, through rewarding moments and less rewarding ones, from homeroom until the dismissal bell.
Contributor: Allen Klein from Mr. Jollytologist®
These pens are lightweight, ergonomic, and write like a dream. Each comes in a matching tube, so they’re great for gift-giving. They’re also refillable (with a choice of ballpoint and rollerball cartridges), so they’re ecologically sound.
Contributor: Joanne Levine from Lekas & Levine PR
This book makes a terrific stocking stuffer along with all the cool stuff you need for touchy feely stringy, slime-y, lulling mesmerizing fun. We are talking dried beans, glue, cornstarch. Nothing expensive. The true gift is for mom or dad because the fidgets keep kids happily occupied and off the screen!
Contributor: Donna Bozzo from DonnaBozzo
The Traditional Madeleines are perfect for stocking stuffers, a quick treat during the busy and family filled holiday season or the last minute addition to a delicious dessert. The best part? These tasty treats are available at Costco and are individually wrapped.
Contributor: Haley Gibbs from The Abbi Agency
This basket is 100% natural cotton woven by hand and features a unique pencil design that will add a pop of chic and whimsical fun and extra storage to a classroom.
The baskets have a lid, ideal to avoid dirt and dust. They are the perfect compartment to store clothes, toys, school supplies, and more, leaving everything neat and clean!
Contributor: Lorena Canals from Lorena Canals
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