On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, you can choose special gifts to welcome your favorite teachers. You can consider giving a small canvas with a picture or photo frame featuring a classroom image, a handmade bag, and some books as gifts. Along with this, you will also indicate your support for wildlife habitats and indigenous communities by dedicating a tree in their name. Choose gifts that are truly green in color, as thinking about green is always a good idea.
You can also select plants like money plants, lucky bamboo, snake plants, jade plants, and spider plants, which can be kept indoors and will uplift any space with their beauty and oxygenating properties. Additionally, soy candles can make for a serene and delightful gift, and you can place them in a jar. Select scents like vanilla, lemongrass, and rose, and create a gift bundle with potpourri and some essential oils.
Soy candles are easy to make, but exercise caution when handling melted wax, as it can burn the skin and can transform into fire hazards if heated beyond a certain temperature. If your teacher enjoys reading, why not choose an old edition of a book written by their favorite author? You can also search for rare magazines in bookstores that are no longer in publication, or you can gift them a subscription to a literary magazine.
Old books have their own charm, and a true reader appreciates their value, so don’t hesitate to give a book as a gift that was published decades ago and is now eagerly sought by a new reader. Keep some homemade bookmarks between the pages, and you’ll have an excellent gift for Teacher’s Day.