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Ok, so you probably can’t bribe your kids’ teachers to give them better grades, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t show appreciation to the people responsible for educating the next generation of young minds.
Your children spend almost as much time with their teachers as they do with you, so they’ll know best what he or she would be interested in. Then again, kids are selfish little people (it’s ok, they’re supposed to be at that age) so here are our recommendations for presents that will make you the teacher’s pet at the next PTA meeting.
So they never get bored grading papers.
No one deserves to be pampered more than teachers.
Teaching is like a box of chocolates — you never know which problem students you’re gonna get.
For tea, coffee, or something a little stronger.
FYI: your kids’ teachers hope for snow days more than they do.
Even if they don’t read it, it’ll look classy on their shelves.
This gift set is 50% off, which is just an excuse to get one for yourself, too.
You can say it’s healthy, but it’s still candy.
Just make sure they don’t let your kids play with matches.
A teacher can never have too many notebooks.
Take the direct approach.
They’ll appreciate that at least your kids aren’t that bad.
Maybe not ideal for an English teacher, but a Math teacher will flip for it.
Does anyone still use composition books?
She’s got eyes in the back of her head and on her plants.
Bonus points if you pay for the snacks too.
No one wants to take their job home with them.
So at least those notes you get sent home will be from the heart.
Because you know your kids get crumbs everywhere.
For the millennial teacher (because that’s a thing now.)
Sometimes a good f-bomb is the best stress reliever.
A fun twist on the played-out magnetic poetry kits.