Did you know that World Teacher Day is October fifth? If you’re looking to do something nice for your child’s teacher, then this post is for you!
Give Back to Their Teachers on World Teacher Day
Educators give our children so much. Not only do they teach our kids, but good ones give them confidence, hope, and helps mold them into perfect pupils. Many teachers actually spend their own money of things they need for their classrooms. So why not use World Teacher Day as a day to give them a gift. Something they can use for your kids class, and classes to come.
Educational Toys are a Wonderful Addition to Classes
If your child is in elementary school, then a perfect educator gift would be learning toys. I love Learning Resources. They have a bunch of fun, friendly, and educational toys that are perfect for classrooms, daycare centers, and more. Their sight is broken down into age groups, and they even have a special needs section. You’re sure to find the perfect gift for any classroom.
Letter Blocks are their newest toy. They’re a great way for youngsters to begin learning how to spell and read. The front is flat, but the backs are recessed, so they could even make molds with clay. The set comes with two sets of vowels and extra consonants for word building. They all fit nicely in the enclosed carrying bag.
How about some fun roads for play time?
Another great idea is some fun roads for when the kids are having play time in class. The day care I worked at as a teen had a room where the entire floor was painted with different roads. Those kids had so much fun driving their toy cars, trucks, tractors and more on those roads.
Since not all classrooms can do that, InRoad Toys has designed PlayTape. Just unroll it, stick it, and it’s ready to be driven on. My son has some on his room and he loves it. You can get it in different colors, and even get curves and bends too. When it’s time to pull it up, just toss it in the garbage. It’s easy, functional, and lasts.
These are just a few ideas. What would you give as a teacher gift?