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These teacher gift ideas are a thoughtful way to show appreciation.
Show your teachers they are the greatest with the best of our home-made gifts.
New books top many teachers' wish lists, whether for their own reading pleasure or to refresh the classroom library. Here's a fun way to present a bookstore gift card, complete with a bookmark to enjoy long after the money is spent.
So many teachers spend their own money to buy classroom supplies, and those costs really add up. This thoughtful gift offers a little financial aid -- and new pens and pencils too.
Here's a Phineas and Ferb invention to help kids keep tabs on their shades -- a no-sew, cinch-style pouch embellished with the likeness of one of the boys.
The next time your family is heading out of town, avoid luggage mix-ups by looping these cute Mickey and Minnie ID's around the handles.
Dress up a teacher's desk -- or your child's -- with these darling and creative flowers.
These fun and fuzzy eyeglass cases are a great craft to make with your kids.
Thank the teacher for making reading fun with a bookmark that lists your child's new favorite titles -- and includes a bookstore gift card.
Stuffed with a sweet scent, this little luxury makes a great gift for a teacher who may be hitting the road this summer.
With the stroke of a paint pen made for pottery, kids can turn an ordinary mug into a useful keepsake -- the perfect thank-you gift for a teacher.
Let teachers know they made a big impression with a set of (truly) hand-printed cards and envelopes.
Eraser pencil toppers make a mistake-chasing task force