The kids are counting down the days until school is out for the holidays, but most moms are struggling to find the perfect gift for the teachers that impact our children's lives each day. We have the TOP gift ideas for teachers that are also perfect for hostess gifts as well- all under $20! With all the parties you and your family will be attending this next month, you better stock up on the perfect little gifts for the party hosts! The holidays are also the perfect time to say "thank you" to those special people in your lives all year, so here are our picks for gifts!
Glass vintage monogrammed Christmas ornaments from Chapters Indigo would make a lovely gift for a male or female teacher this year (only $9.50)! Wrap this around a bottle of wine for a hostess gift and you will be thought of every year!
Pair a nice bottle of wine, a Christmas topper and these fabulous holiday cocktail napkins ($4.95) for the perfect set for the wine lover! What teacher or hostess would not be thrilled with this thoughtful idea?
Kathy and Kim Originals are our go-to online shop for all personalized gift giving. We love their Christmas themed mugs for only $14!
Holiday get togethers are complete without some seasonal serving ware like this set of 5 for under $10. Take this to a party with some dips or give to a special teacher filled with Christmas candy treats!
Make mornings a lot easier for your child's teacher, so they can start the day with a healthy and fast delicious breakfast! Skip the drive thru with this Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker ($19.88).
Have you been to Loblaws lately? Their new lines of holiday foods and black labels look already wrapped up for gift giving! We love PC Candy Cane Single Serve Coffee Pods and the Black Label marinades wrapped up in a basket!How much fun will holiday baking be with these apron for Mrs. Claus! We love this gift for $19.95, that's also available in an elf version!
Don't forget that giving to a charity in someone's name is a lovely way to give back and say thank you this holiday season. Make a donation of books to the school, money for arts and crafts to a local Children's hospital ($20), like SickKids, school survival kit from UNICEF ($17) or build a survival kit with the Canadian Red Cross.