12 Days of Christmas Gifts for Teachers


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12 Days of Christmas Gifts for Teachers
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12 Days of Christmas Gifts for Teachers 🎄

This post was sponsored by Ibotta in 2020 & has been updated for 2020.

This holiday season, spoil your child’s teacher with 12 Days of Christmas Gifts for teachers. Teachers are incredibly important and in order to get gifts for each one it is important to find affordable Christmas gifts! 

We’ve made some free printable cards with simple presents found at some of our favorite retailers to make this affordable gift idea something your child’s teacher will be so excited for!

12 Days of Christmas gifts for teachers - affordable teacher gift ideas that are easy to give

Affordable teacher gifts + free printable gift tags = Easy Christmas shopping & giving!

12 Days of Christmas Ideas

The idea here is to present your child’s teacher with useful and fun smaller gifts over a series of 12 days, instead of one big gift right before the holiday. Some of the items are more expensive than others, but there is a great mix of affordable options that will fit any budget. 

Shopping for affordable holiday gifts can add up quickly. That’s why I am using Ibotta this holiday season to earn cash back while I shop.

Ibotta is simple to use and easy to set up. Simply download the app and search for deals at your favorite retailers. Go shopping, then upload your receipt and earn cash!

Affordable Christmas Presents for Teachers

I headed to Target and Trader Joe’s to pick up items for our 12 Days of Christmas Teacher Gifts. 

Teacher gift for 12 Days of Christmas - affordable hand soap from Target

Have you smelled this stuff? It is incredible! Teachers will love this gift!

One of the deals that I found at Target was for J.R. Watkins Hand Soap, which fit perfectly with our 12 Days of Christmas gifts. 

Teacher gift idea shown with free printable gift tag

Oh the cuteness of this easy-to-give teacher gift!

I picked up several bottles for our teachers — Ibotta will let you redeem deals on multiple items (check the app for restrictions), so all I had to do was upload my receipt!

I also picked up some chips and salsa, mints, and more grocery items from Trader Joe’s and World Market. I used the Any Brand or Any Item offer to match my receipts.

Chips and salsa with free printable gift tag from Kids Activities Blog makes an easy teacher gift

Chips and Salsa with a super cute gift tag! What a fun teacher’s gift!

There are tons of online retailers where you can earn credit for shopping through Ibotta — some of my favorites are Amazon, Target, Walmart, World Market, and Trader Joe’s.

Here are the items you’ll need for our 12 Days of Christmas Teacher Gifts:

  • Caffeine (we are giving our teacher a “coffee shot” but you could do a coffee gift card, favorite soda, etc)
  • Gingerbread House kit
  • Gum and Mints
  • Holiday Candle
  • Salty Snack
  • Hand Soap
  • Wrapping Paper
  • Cards and Envelopes
  • Box of Tissues
  • Hot Cocoa
  • Cookie Mix
  • Gift Card for Dinner

Free Printable 12 Days of Christmas Gift Cards

To make your set of 12 Days of Teacher Gifts, simply print our free cards, cut them out, and attach to your items with ribbon! You could also wrap each item individually in a gift bag and attach the cards with clothespins.

Click here to download our 12 Days of Christmas Teacher Gifts cards.

12 Days of Teacher Gifts for Christmas - caffeine is the first day with printable card

The first day of Christmas, my student brought to me…

On the First Day of Christmas, my student brought to me, some caffeine to save my holiday sanity!

12 Days of Christmas Teacher gifts - on the second day of Christmas my student brought to me

This gift sends teachers home with something fun to do with their family!

On the Second Day of Christmas, my student brought to me, a gingerbread house to decorate with my family!

12 Days of Christmas gifts for teacher - seventh day of Christmas my student brought to me wrapping paper

This teacher gift idea is perfect because it is something they can use this year!

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, my student brought to me, wrapping paper for the presents under my tree!

Whether your teacher is a preschool teacher, Kindergarten teacher, grade school teacher, middle school teacher, grammar school teacher, high school teacher, rhetoric school teacher, college professor, Sunday school teacher or you use these ideas for another adored friend or family, we know they will absolutely love that you thought of them this holiday season!

Aren’t they fun?! 

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