Gifts For Teachers
Posters make the classroom more interesting and festive. There are all sorts of appropriate posters available, from fun to inspirational to educational. If you aren’t sure what type of poster would best fit your child’s classroom, check with the teacher to get suggestions.
Shop for them online, or check out big box and school supply stores. If you can’t find anything you like, it’s even possible to create your own using your computer and/or various art supplies.
Every classroom needs a candy jar, sitting proudly on the teacher’s desk. Look for one that’s education-themed or one that depicts something the teacher is fond of… maybe a pet or hobby.
Whatever design you choose, it’s recommended you opt for one that’s made out of plastic. This way, it won’t shatter if it gets knocked off of the desk accidentally. Go a step further and include a few bags of candy, to keep the jar full for an extended period of time.
There’s no such thing as too many books in the classroom. They provide the perfect solution to periods of occasional downtime. It typically doesn’t matter which books you choose, as long as they’re age appropriate for the kids in the class.
On certain days, your kids might get a break from usual lessons and be rewarded some free time. Help make this time more enjoyable with a new board game for the class.
Games like Checkers, Trouble, or Battleship are simple and quick to play, while games like Trivial Pursuit or Cranium will help the class learn while having fun. Check with your child to see if their class tends to have free time and what sort of games they like to play.