One| Cable Knit Mittens $12.97
Winter outerwear always makes for a great teacher gift. Preschool and elementary teachers do spend a decent amount of time outside on the playground, so mittens like these ones from Nordstrom Rack are the perfect gift with the perfect price!
Two| Plaid Blanket Wrap $16.97
I love getting accessories as gifts. Plaid is everywhere this season, so I love this Steve Madden Plaid scarf from Nordstrom Rack. Us teachers love our scarves, especially if we have a chilly classroom.
Three| “I Teach there for I drink” Wine Glass $14.94
This teacher wine glass from Walmart makes a great gift! Trust me, most people who spend all day working with children, like to come home and relax with a glass of wine. If you want, I’d even throw in a bottle of wine to go with the glass, I’m just saying 😉
Teachers always end up with tons of Christmas coffee mugs. What about trading out the traditional snowman mug with this adorable Kate Spade thermal mug? Teachers are on the go and it’s so much easier to fill your thermal mug on the way to work, rather than a regular coffee mug.
Five| Knee High Boot Socks $5
Socks always make a great gift, because if you’re like me, you don’t like to buy socks for yourself. Any kind of cute socks will do. Personally, I love these knee high socks from Target. They are perfect to wear with your boots or just around the house.
Six| Antica Farmacista Pomegranate Candle $16.97
If you want to play it safe, you can never go wrong with a candle as a teacher gift. I love these Antics Farmacista soy blend candles at Nordstrom Rack. They smell great, and burn nicely. Any teacher would appreciate a gift like this.
Seven| OPI Breakfast at Tiffany’s Nail Mini Set $14.50
I always love all the gift sets out there this time of the year! Sometimes giving a teacher a little something to pamper herself at home can be just what they may need. For me, I personally love this OPI gift set at Macy’s! It has a good mix of colors that anyone can appreciate.
Eight| Alex and Ani Apple of Abundance Bracelet $20
Sometimes you want to give something a little more sentimental. Jewelry is always the perfect gift when you want to show that you really care and appreciate all the hard work your child’s teacher puts into their job. This charm bracelet at Nordstrom says just that, without an expensive price tag. (The price has been fluctuating with sales over the past week, but its original price is $28.)