105+ ideas what to give for the New Year 2023 to a kindergarten teacher

How not to mis­cal­cu­late with the choice of a gift for the teacher for the New Year? We shares with read­ers a selec­tion of inex­pen­sive and orig­i­nal pre­sen­ta­tions
105+ ideas what to give for the New Year 2023 to a kindergarten teacher
What to give the teacher for the New Year. Pho­to: shutterstock.com

The eve of the New Year is a time to look for gifts not only for rel­a­tives and friends. We need to think about how to please those who dai­ly devote them­selves to car­ing for our chil­dren and spend almost more time with them than our­selves — teach­ers and edu­ca­tors.

I would like to reward their self­less work with a spe­cial sur­prise, but what kind? You can get away with a choco­late bar or a for­mal greet­ing card, or you can show a lit­tle imag­i­na­tion and make a real­ly nice gift that will touch the teacher and serve as an expres­sion of your sin­cere par­tic­i­pa­tion. We has pre­pared more than a hun­dred ideas of what to present for the New Year 2023 to a kinder­garten teacher.

Top 25 gifts for the teacher for the New Year

You can take any of the 25 ideas and play with them in your own way, tak­ing into account the tastes, desires and needs of the teacher. Most impor­tant­ly, do not for­get about the impor­tance of fol­low­ing the let­ter of the law: an edu­ca­tor, like an employ­ee of any oth­er bud­getary insti­tu­tion, does not have the right to accept gifts that cost more than 30 $ — this is what the Civ­il Code says.

1. Plaid with sleeves

Blanket with sleeves
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To help every­one who does not like to pull their hands out from under a warm blan­ket to switch the TV chan­nel, an Amer­i­can stu­dent Gary Klag invent­ed a blan­ket with sleeves. The lit­tle thing instant­ly con­quered the mar­ket and fell in love with mil­lions of peo­ple around the world. Sur­prise the teacher with such an orig­i­nal gift. Sim­ple and per­fect for win­ter.

2. Bouquet of chocolates

Bouquet of sets
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Giv­ing sets and flors sep­a­rate­ly is a rather pre­dictable move, but a bou­quet of choco­late is already a more inter­est­ing option. If the teacher loves to treat her­self to sets, your gift will def­i­nite­ly be appre­ci­at­ed. You can make a com­po­si­tion of sug­ar-free PP treats: then the gift will be not only tasty, but also harm­less to health.

3. Gift certificate to a cosmetics store

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Giv­ing cos­met­ics is not the best option, because you don’t know for sure the teacher’s pref­er­ences in brands and types of care prod­ucts. It would be much bet­ter to give her a cer­tifi­cate to a cos­met­ics store so that a woman can choose the prod­ucts to her lik­ing. But remem­ber about the legal lim­its: the cer­tifi­cate should not cost more than 30 $.

4. Festive tablecloth

Festive tablecloth
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A New Year’s table­cloth is no less impor­tant attribute of a cel­e­bra­tion than a fes­tive tree. And such a gift can be sup­ple­ment­ed with a set of match­ing nap­kins. Great dec­o­ra­tion for the New Year’s table!

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5. A set of Christmas decorations

Set of Christmas toys
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If you are lost and do not know what to give the teacher for the New Year, add a New Year’s mood. On the eve of the hol­i­day, a set of Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions will come in handy. An uncom­pli­cat­ed, but very time­ly present.

6. Portrait

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Few peo­ple will leave their own por­trait indif­fer­ent and will cer­tain­ly be remem­bered for a life­time. Most impor­tant­ly, make sure you have a good pho­to­graph of the care­giv­er from which the paint­ing will be made. Not a gift, but a sol­id emo­tion.

7. Air ionizer

Air Ozonizer
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The device improves indoor air qual­i­ty and has an antimi­cro­bial effect. A prac­ti­cal and eco-friend­ly gift with care for the health of the recip­i­ent.

8. Master class on drawing in the style of fluid art

Paint by numbers
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This unique paint­ing tech­nique is beau­ti­ful because it does not require artis­tic skills. Paint­ings are born by them­selves in bizarre over­flows of acrylic on the sur­face of the can­vas. A great way to relieve ten­sion, express your­self in cre­ativ­i­ty and let your imag­i­na­tion run wild.

9. Ticket to a concert of your favorite artist

Ticket for a cultural event
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If you are aware of the teacher’s musi­cal pref­er­ences, a great option would be to give her the oppor­tu­ni­ty to attend a live per­for­mance of her favorite artist. It is best to give two tick­ets in case the teacher wants to attend the con­cert not alone.

10. Tippet

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A fash­ion­able and ver­sa­tile acces­so­ry that empha­sizes the fem­i­nin­i­ty of its own­er. It can be worn as a scarf around the neck or on the head as a scarf, or can be worn on the shoul­ders as a cape. If you are not sure about the choice of col­ors, give pref­er­ence to pas­tel col­ors, which will cer­tain­ly find their place in any wardrobe.

11. A set of baking dishes

Set of baking molds
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An indis­pens­able thing in the arse­nal of a home cook­ing lover. Bak­ing tins are nev­er redun­dant in the kitchen. You can give sev­er­al sets, for exam­ple, for cook­ies and for cup­cakes.

12. Salt lamp

Salt lamp
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The prod­uct con­sists of a sin­gle piece of salt of dif­fer­ent shades. When heat­ed, the salt body of the lamp emits neg­a­tive­ly charged ions into the air, which have a heal­ing effect on the human body. An orig­i­nal gift, room dec­o­ra­tion and pro­phy­lac­tic in one bot­tle.

13. French press

French press
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Con­ve­nient device for brew­ing cof­fee, tea and herbal drinks. The French press will serve not only as a func­tion­al, but also as a styl­ish addi­tion to the table set­ting.

14. Waffle iron

waffle iron
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An inter­est­ing gift for a teacher who loves to bake and is always in favor of culi­nary inno­va­tions in the diet. With such a gift, the process of cook­ing from every­day rou­tine will turn into a stream of inspi­ra­tion and a field for exper­i­men­ta­tion. Wafer cones, cakes, cakes, bread rolls, tubes — sheer cre­ativ­i­ty!

15. A set of jam

Jam set
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A set treat of fra­grant berries and fruits will not only delight your taste buds, but also bring a piece of sum­mer into the atmos­phere of a cozy win­ter evening. The del­i­ca­cy is poured into small jars and packed in a styl­ish­ly designed box or bag.

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16. LED glasses

LED glasses
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It is worth pour­ing a lit­tle liq­uid into such a glass, as it imme­di­ate­ly begins to play with all the col­ors of the rain­bow. Not dish­es, but a real New Year’s mir­a­cle!

17. Moss panel

moss painting
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An unusu­al inte­ri­or solu­tion that has gained wide pop­u­lar­i­ty in Europe is a pic­ture of sta­bi­lized moss. The prod­uct is absolute­ly hypoal­ler­genic, does not require main­te­nance and retains a fresh look for a long time.

18. Home baking

homemade baking
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A hand­made sur­prise will always be val­ued more than the most expen­sive present. If you are con­fi­dent enough in your culi­nary skills, bake some­thing deli­cious for the teacher, such as a cake or muffins. It will be great if you also pack­age your set mas­ter­piece beau­ti­ful­ly.

19. Set for mulled wine

Set for mulled wine
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Per­haps the most win­ter drink that you can imag­ine. The set, as a rule, includes hon­ey and var­i­ous spices: cloves, gin­ger, nut­meg and many oth­ers. If you know for sure that the teacher is not averse to drink­ing a glass of good strong drink, take this option into ser­vice.

20. Video greetings from children and parents

Video greetings from children and parents
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Gifts that stay in mem­o­ry don’t have to be expen­sive. Record a short video with con­grat­u­la­tions for the teacher. You can involve chil­dren and learn a New Year’s song with them or put on a skit. Let your imag­i­na­tion run wild!

21. Mug with pocket

Christmas mug
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Even such a banal gift as a mug can be an unex­pect­ed sur­prise. There is a spe­cial com­part­ment in the sur­face of the mug with a pock­et where you can place a cook­ie or a cou­ple of sets. Quite an inter­est­ing bonus.

22. Massage pillow

Travel pillow-scarf
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The com­pact and func­tion­al device will ll stretch the neck, shoul­ders, lor back and feet, restore blood cir­cu­la­tion and effec­tive­ly remove clamps from tense areas of the body. A great get­away at the end of a work day.

23. Wall clock

Wall Clock
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A gift that is always on trend. You can be guid­ed by your own taste, but it is bet­ter to choose not too extrav­a­gant mod­els: they may not fit into the inte­ri­or. Clas­sic design is a win-win.

24. Karaoke microphone

Certificate for vocal lessons
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Per­haps with the help of your gift, the teacher will dis­cov­er the tal­ent of a vocal­ist. Singing is also good for health: it har­mo­nizes the ner­vous sys­tem, pro­tects against res­pi­ra­to­ry dis­eases, relieves stress and fatigue.

25. External battery

External battery for charging gadgets
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Rel­e­vant for every­one who spends a lot of time away from home. With an exter­nal bat­tery, you can recharge your gad­get any­where with­out any wor­ries. An indis­pens­able thing, espe­cial­ly when trav­el­ing when there is no access to elec­tric­i­ty.

What else can you give a teacher for the New Year

Even more ideas for a fes­tive sur­prise for every taste.

  • Mon­ey Tree.
  • Cof­fee mak­er.
  • Book.
  • Man­i­cure set.
  • Per­pet­u­al cal­en­dar.
  • A set of elite teas.
  • Tea-set.
  • Biofire­place.
  • Name vase.
  • Stat­uette with the sym­bol of the year.
  • Ther­mos.
  • Excur­sion.
  • Kinet­ic sculp­ture.
  • Note­book with engrav­ing.
  • Hand­made can­dle.
  • Pho­to­shoot cer­tifi­cate.
  • Per­for­mance tick­et.
  • Paint­ing by num­bers.
  • Indoor plant.
  • Music Box.
  • Dream Catch­er.
  • Elec­tron­ic book.
  • Table foun­tain.
  • Pre­dic­tion can­dy.
  • Hon­ey set.
  • Board game.
  • Fon­due set.
  • Styl­ish clutch.
  • Spa cer­tifi­cate.
  • Orig­i­nal umbrel­la.
  • Frame.
  • Spices set.
  • Aro­ma dif­fuser.
  • Warm scarf.
  • Gloves with touch fin­gers.
  • Warmer toy.
  • Bath bombs.
  • Pho­to col­lage with pic­tures of chil­dren.
  • Mit­tens with Christ­mas print.
  • Flash dri­ve.
  • Arti­fi­cial Christ­mas tree.
  • Night­light.
  • Poet­ry of own com­po­si­tion.
  • Trav­el bag.
  • Fruit bas­ket.
  • Orga­niz­er.
  • Head­phones.
  • Blue­tooth speak­er.
  • Yoga Stu­dio Cer­tifi­cate.
  • Anti­stress col­or­ing book.
  • Embroi­dery kit.
  • Elec­tric gar­land.
  • Can­dy bowl.
  • Warm blan­ket.
  • Dec­o­ra­tive pil­lows.
  • Heat­ed mug.
  • Sand­wich.
  • Apron.
  • Apple pastille.
  • Mag­net­ic board for notes.
  • Jug.
  • Set of mark­ers.
  • Glid­er.
  • Fra­grant san­i­tiz­er.
  • Soft slip­pers.
  • Essen­tial oils set.
  • Cof­fee set.
  • Diplo­ma for the best edu­ca­tor.
  • Ency­clo­pe­dia of paint­ing.
  • Beau­ti­ful sofa cov­er.
  • Sub­scrip­tion to online cin­e­ma.
  • Lunch box.
  • Mix­er.
  • Light alarm.
  • Crepe mak­er.
  • Illu­mi­nat­ed mir­ror.
  • Mas­sage Mat.
  • Sushi set.
  • Embossed wal­let.
  • Flo­rar­i­um.
  • Japan­ese gar­den.
  • A set of kitchen tols.
  • Epoxy resin paint­ing.
  • A book with recipes for healthy desserts.
  • Fan.
  • Book­shop cer­tifi­cate.
  • Cos­met­ic bag.
  • Box of tan­ger­ines.
  • Wire­less mouse.
  • Cream hon­ey.
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Choos­ing a present is not the eas­i­est task, espe­cial­ly when it comes to an unfa­mil­iar per­son. How to make an unfor­get­table gift that will cause only pos­i­tive emo­tions in the teacher, tells psy­chol­o­gist-con­sul­tant Veroni­ka Tyu­ri­na.

  1. It’s good if you re atten­tive enough to your child’s teacher at least short­ly before you need to choose a gift, for exam­ple, you learned more about her hob­bies, about what she likes. It is at work that she is a teacher: look at her as a per­son who has her own tastes and pref­er­ences. This will give you a bet­ter idea of ​​which direc­tion to look in.
  2. Give some­thing that the teacher her­self is unlike­ly to buy. It could be some­thing rare: an exclu­sive copy of a book or a sub­scrip­tion to a paid music app.
  3. The most banal option — flors — can be beat­en in an orig­i­nal way and give a bou­quet, for exam­ple, from hand­made soap.
  4. Do not give too inti­mate things: per­son­al care prod­ucts or per­fume. The gift should fit into the for­mat of your com­mu­ni­ca­tion.
  5. A great option is a sub­scrip­tion or cer­tifi­cate, for exam­ple, to a book­store or a health food store.
  6. The main thing is the very fact of atten­tion and your sin­cere feel­ings. You can give a box of choco­lates, but do it with all your heart: order a prod­uct from a pro­fes­sion­al con­fec­tion­er, con­jure up a gift pack­age design, sign a card with warm words — and then even the sim­plest present will give a pleas­ant impres­sion.