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Ten of The Best Personalised Christmas Gifts For Teachers

personalised christmas gifts for teachers

It’s ten weeks till Christmas, so now is the time to start making a list of people you need to buy gifts for as the big day looms ahead. Some of you may have started earlier, during the year, but some of us like to leave it a little later in the year to get prepared.

In an effort to help you feel organized as the silly season approaches, we are going to put together some fabulous gift guides to make Christmas shopping a bit easier.

We love supporting home run businesses and will endeavor to share our favourite gifts from online.

The best part of online shopping is there is no need to leave your home and you don’t have to negotiate impatient shoppers or the typical end-of-year frustration of finding a car park.

The first group of people to consider purchasing for are teachers. We recently shared a post from a former teacher, giving the low down on what gifts are most appreciated by their students.

The homemade gifts are often the most budget friendly and work well for those with multiple kids at school.

The teachers on your list may include sports coaches, music teachers, or teachers that your child regularly engages with during out of school activities.

While there is never an expectation of a gift from the teachers, it’s always lovely to give them something small so they know they are appreciated. Some teachers may volunteer their time, so a little appreciation can go a long way.

Personalised gifts are always well received, so with that in mind, we’ve found ten of the best personalised Christmas gifts for teachers.

1. Personalised Clipboard. Your teacher will love having their personalized clipboard for class excursions and those outdoor drawing activities.

Personalised Teacher's Clip Board $
Personalised Teacher’s Clip Board $16.20
2. Teachers may not wear capes, but they are definitely superheroes to little minds. A mousepad to remind a teacher how valuable they are is a great personalized gift.

Personalised Mouse Pad
Personalised Superheroes Mouse Pad, $15,00
3. A personalized Christmas decoration will offer a yearly reminder of the investment made into one child’s life.

Personalised Apple Christmas Tree Decoration,
Personalised Apple Christmas Tree Decoration, $13.36
4. A great gift for sports teachers, this whistle leaves no doubt who owns the whistle.

Engraved Whistle
Engraved Whistle, $32.34
5. What teacher doesn’t love stationery? Why not get some personalized pads that the teacher can use to send notes to their future students?

personalised notes
Personalised Stationery, $16.20
6. Still on the stationery path, a personalized stamp would impress a lot of teachers.

Personalised stamp
Personalised rubber stamp, $33.36
7. Tell your child’s teacher they are the best teacher ever with this notebook.

Best Teacher Ever Personalised Notebook,
Best Teacher Ever Personalised Notebook, $19.74
8. A bracelet cuff to remind teacher’s why they teach when the going gets tough would definitely be well received.

Hand Stamped Bracelet,
Hand Stamped Bracelet, $22.28
9. Teacher milestone cards would be a great gift for a fairly new teacher or even a friend who is about to start their career as a teacher.

Teacher Milestone Cards
Teacher Milestone Cards, $24.69
10. A personalized mug will sit pride in place on a teacher’s desk.

Best Teacher in The World Mug
Best Teacher in The World Mug, $11.51
How many teachers will you be giving gifts to this Christmas? Got any suggestions on gifts that teacher’s might like to receive?

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Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard is a plumber by day and stylist by night but these days she changes more nappies than washers. She is a happily married mum to three young daughters who she styles on a regular basis. Rebecca is not only an award winning plumber, she also writes an award winning blog called The Plumbette where she shares her life experiences as a plumber and mother. Rebecca also blogs at Styled by Bec believing a girl can be both practical and stylish. Links to the blogs are and

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