We Found Out Ten Gifts Teachers Say They Really Want For End Of Year Gifts

Some of them would like anything they get from a student, but here real teachers reveal what they’d most like to receive.

  • ““We don’t expect anything and appreciate everything. Hand written cards and notes mean more than you could imagine and are saved.”
  • “Flair pens are ALWAYS welcome.”
  • “Some parents have asked what my favorite Starbucks drink is and then they actually deliver it) great way to start the day.”
  • “I love anything useful! Especially things like cute notepads, post-its, pens, art supplies, etc.”
  • “A heartfelt note or letter or drawing is what I cherish.”
  • “Gift cards!Teacherspayteachers.comgift cards are great as well as personal ones to Target or Walmart or other places the teacher may have on their favorites.”
  • “My favorites are handwritten notes of thanks from the kids or parents. I keep them under my desk calendar to read on the tough days. It’s also awesome when the parent sends me a POSITIVE email and copies my principal on it! That means so much!”
  • “Helpful??? Supplies for hands-on projects that would typically come from my own money. Appreciated? Handmade and/or personal gifts.”
  • “I value a note or letter from a student. I know it is not as practical as a Starbucks gift card, but it helps me to know that my efforts are not in vain. The idea that I make a difference... that feeds my soul.”
  • “One year all my students’ families pooled money together for a gift card to a spa. Best.present.ever.”


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