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I love buying gifts for a¬†preschool teacher¬†or our older kid’s teachers, because they love everything that you give them (they are always so sweet and appreciative!). ¬† ¬†Fun and practical, these 10 gifts for a preschool teacher will be a hit, no matter which teacher gift you pick!

10 gifts for a preschool teacher:

preschool teacher gift ideas

Fun gifts:

1- You can make this awesome Ombre Crayon¬†Letter¬†– we did this for¬†our son’s preschool teacher last year and she loved it! Its so easy, just be sure to draw out your letter before you start, for an easy guide.
2- These jumbo clothespins are the perfect way to display a picture or hold an important reminder notice.

3- I love this crayon wreath!  You could keep it simple, without the name, but adding the letter-stickers makes it so much more personal!

4- The idea of putting a gift card into a jar of candy is so cute and creative, yet super simple!

5- A bag is the perfect teacher gift idea!  I would use one of these and fill it with fun little teacher treats (new gloves, a bookmark and $5 gift card to a bookstore, a little ornament…)

 Practical Gifts:

practical preschool teacher gift ideas
6- ¬†Adorable Pillow that says DO WHAT YOU LOVE. ¬†It’s from JCPenney Home. ¬†Could it any more perfect for a teacher?
A black pillow with text on it.7- A painted mason jar, disguised as an apple, is adorable when it is filled with pencils for the class!

8-¬†Wall Pops Apple Whiteboard Wall Decal –¬†the apple whiteboard creates a reusable surface where you can plan, write or draw. Completely safe for walls, this peel and stick decal can be both repositioned as well as removed. ¬†How cute is this?! ¬† I loved it (and would have loved it in my classroom)
A white counter with a sink and apple dry and erase decals behind it.

9- This school supplies cake is perfect for any teacher!   I think that they would be set for at least a month with these supplies!

10- A flower-pen is the perfect little teacher gift!  You can make a handful of them and put them in a flower vase or in a little flower pot (filled with coffee beans to hold them in place)


Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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