A+ Gifts for Teachers

At Worthington Direct, we know that teachers work hard all year long.  Remember to add their names to your holiday shopping list this holiday season.  With just a quick visit to www.worthingtondirect.com, you can find items that any teacher can use in their classroom.  Convenient easels, display boards, classroom carpets, or a comfortable task chair would all make any teacher smile.

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Holiday Gifts Teachers Really Want Looking for a special teacher gift for the holidays? Take a tip from teachers themselves.

By GreatSchools Staff

Sure that “World’s Best Teacher” coffee mug is cute, but imagine how many of them an experienced teacher already has! Here, teachers share what gifts they’d really like, and it turns out that gifts from the heart are among the most appreciated.

Teachers Tell Us What They Want

There is a perfect gift for every teacher, as comments from these teachers show: “I am a teacher so I have plenty of knowledge on this topic. Gift cards are a beautiful thing; restaurants, stores, movies, grocery cards are all really great gifts. Flowers are also a nice gesture.” “I always enjoy getting flowers or a gift card,” adds Dr. Ruth Jacoby, an educational consultant in Florida and co-author of the School Talk! Success Series. “Many of my parents usually ask other staff what my likes are. One school at the beginning of the year sent a survey to all staff members on likes and favorites, so many times I get gift baskets with my favorite coffee, snacks and books.”

The always popular gift card Teachers told us that gift cards they can use to treat themselves to something special or buy supplies for the class are always appreciated. You can even pick up a wide assortment of gift cards at many grocery stores, making this gift even easier!

Homemade Gifts and Cards

A GreatSchools.net user, who is also a teacher in Washington, writes: “My students always ask me what I want for Christmas. My answer is the same every year. I ask for a homemade Christmas ornament with the child’s name and year on it. Each Christmas, as I hang these ornaments made by precious hands, I remember those students. I reflect on the difference that I made in those lives and my new year’s resolution is already made, to continue to make a positive difference in the lives of my students! I have over 25 years of ornaments that I now display. Each one is filled with memories.” continue reading

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