The beginning of October brings this bright holiday of knowledge. This is one of the most anticipated festivals, because education workers are honored on this day. Students and their parents traditionally congratulate teachers with warm words, flowers, and gifts. Still struggling to choose the best present for Teachers’ Day? Especially in honor of this event, we have prepared a list of the best gift ideas.
Original and memorable Teachers’ Day gift ideas
To congratulate your favorite teacher in an original way, the whole class will have to work hard. A greeting poster or newspaper wall from the whole class is a simple but memorable gift. The teacher will be delighted when they enter the classroom and see a wall newspaper in their honor on the wall. For a gift poster, you can take colored cardboard, glue a photo, and write wishes from each student.
It is better to make a newspaper wall on behalf of all students in the class, so that each student can leave a wish to the teacher. Add pictures, decorations, and on top of the newspaper in a beautiful font write "Happy Teacher's Day." The wall will be special because it draws on the imagination of all the students.
If you have already begun to look for excuses that such DIY crafts for home decor need a lot of time and beginners cannot do it, then right now we are ready to dispel such thoughts! Well, the question of time will have to be decided independently. Students can also create a short video and add congratulations and wishes to their teacher that way. The video can include photos of the entire class, insert animation and interesting music. This may be the best option for any virtual class.
Greeting balloons are another unusual Teachers’ Day art project. Stick photos of the teacher on helium balloons and put them all over the classroom. Such a surprise will give a good mood to all those present on such a momentous day.
Useful gifts for Teachers’ Day
This category of gifts is suitable for pedantic and practical people. A universal useful gift is a subscription to the theater, cinema, or spa. Alternatively, a gift certificate to a cosmetics store, sports store, or bookstore will work as well. To delight your teacher with a useful gift, consider what hobbies your teacher has. If you are aware of your teacher's tastes, you can try to pick up a kit for creativity: needlework, baking, painting, etc. A good book, a nice personalized pen, and notebook is a surprise that every teacher will appreciate.
Creative handmade gift on Teachers’ Day
Among all the possible gifts, the most beloved and best gifts for Teachers’ Day will be a handmade gift. No expensive and exclusive branded gadget or collectible memorabilia can replace a simple postcard for a teacher that you made with your own hands from the bottom of your heart. Ideas for handmade cards for Teachers’ Day can be very different: postcards with a print of autumn leaves, watercolor drawing, collage.
Teachers’ Day drawing ideas are not limited to postcards. Present your teacher with a handmade cup with warm words and wishes or a beautiful thematic ornament. A painted personalized vase will help the teacher solve their problem with what to do with the large number of flowers they receive on the holidays. Together with a bouquet, it makes a wonderful duet! An original T-shirt with the name or the words "Best Teacher" will be a pleasant surprise too. Such an inscription with acrylic markers can be applied to anything: a photo frame, a pen, a T-shirt, a cap.
Sweet Teacher's Day gifts
A lush bouquet of flowers and a gift card is considered to be the most traditional Teachers’ Day gift. For teachers, you can make bouquets of fresh fruits and flowers or arrange a palette of sweets. You can make such a wonderful palette of sweets yourself, or buy a ready-made one from the artisan bakers who make bouquets of candies and various handmade sweets.
Another original sweet gift is a custom-made cake. The drawing for the cake can be made by children, and an experienced pastry chef will recreate it on the product.
You can make a gift basket with your own hands and decorate it with flowers or a greeting card. Such an edible set can include fruits, sweets, tea, and/or coffee. The best greeting card ideas for Teachers’ Day consists of poems of your own authorship.
Max is a professional illustrator and a big fan of Victo Nagi's talent. Before finding his own style, he experimented with different techniques, from collage to acrylic strings. Max loves challenging projects and a bright palette, he prefers to do illustrations for fiction books.