Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day is a great occa­sion to please your teacher with sin­cere grat­i­tude, good wish­es and, of course, a present. We will help you with the lat­ter: have pre­pared an exten­sive list of gifts for a teacher that can be made on March 8, 2023.

Top 25 gifts for a teacher on March 8

You can focus on the inter­ests of the gift­ed or rely on your own intu­ition and taste. Most impor­tant­ly, remem­ber that the val­ue of a gift should not exceed 30 $ — this is stat­ed in the Civ­il Code of the Russ­ian Fed­er­a­tion.

1. Paint by numbers

Paint by numbers

Such a pic­ture is good because its cre­ation does not require artis­tic skills. It is enough just to paint over the num­bered frag­ments with the appro­pri­ate col­or to get a mas­ter­piece at the out­put. Plus, it’s a great way to unwind after work.

2. Bonsai


If the teacher is par­tial to indoor plants, con­sid­er giv­ing her a sim­i­lar mini-tree. The gift will fit both in the class envi­ron­ment and in the home inte­ri­or.

3. A set of cupcakes

Cupcake set

Minia­ture cakes can be made inde­pen­dent­ly or ordered from the mas­ter. Don’t for­get to also take care of the beau­ti­ful­ly designed pack­ag­ing for the set treat.

4. Coffee Turk

Pho­to: @samer-daboul,

The taste of cof­fee depends not only on the qual­i­ty of the cof­fee beans, but also on the dish­es in which it is pre­pared. When choos­ing a Turk, con­sid­er its capac­i­ty, mate­r­i­al of man­u­fac­ture, wall thick­ness and the con­ve­nience of the han­dle.

5. Book-safe


The orig­i­nal com­pact safe made of wood and leatherette, styl­ized as a ighty vol­ume of an ency­clo­pe­dia, will be a wor­thy gift for a teacher. The safe will eas­i­ly get lost on a book­shelf and will reli­ably pro­tect the secrets of its own­er.

6. Case for glasses

glasses case

An absolute must for any­one who ars glass­es. If the teacher is no excep­tion, then a case in an unusu­al design is a great option. And if you approach the choice of a present with imag­i­na­tion, then the case you pre­sent­ed will also become a styl­ish acces­so­ry for the teacher.

7. Glider

planner diary

Despite the onslaught of elec­tron­ics, paper media to this day do not lose their rel­e­vance. Still, tak­ing notes by hand has its own appeal, which you will not find in the vir­tu­al space. There­fore, a diary or a glid­er as a gift will con­tin­ue to be in demand.

8. Bakeware

Set of baking molds

If the teacher loves to cook, inspire her to new culi­nary exper­i­ments with such a sim­ple gift. When choos­ing molds, pay atten­tion to their size, prod­uct mate­r­i­al and the pres­ence of a non-stick coat­ing.

9. Fruit bowl

fruit bowl

From whim­si­cal­ly shaped met­al bas­kets to rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed tiered vas­es, these table­ware can come in many designs. It can be used not only for fruits, but also, for exam­ple, for stor­ing sets or cook­ies. In addi­tion, the fruit bowl will always look advan­ta­geous on the fes­tive table.

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10. Scrapbooking photo album

Scrapbooking set

You can give the teacher the free­dom of cre­ativ­i­ty and give a scrap­book­ing kit. And you can please her with a ready-made pho­to album, care­ful­ly designed by you in this tech­nique.

11. Desktop organizer

Stationery set

A teacher by pro­fes­sion deals with a large num­ber of papers. The desk­top orga­niz­er will help you to col­lect sta­tionery in one place — so every­thing you need will always be at hand.

12. Set for spices

Sets for spices

It is imprac­ti­cal to store sea­son­ings in opened fac­to­ry bags: the con­tents can eas­i­ly crum­ble. But spe­cial jars will not only make the use of spices more con­ve­nient, but also har­mo­nious­ly fit into the inte­ri­or of any kitchen.

13. Leg hammock

Foot hammock

Excel­lent pre­ven­tion of vari­cose veins and joint pain and just a ll-deserved rest for the legs. The ham­mock is placed under the desk­top and used as need­ed. The height of the device can be adjust­ed. An indis­pens­able thing for those who spend a lot of time in a sit­ting posi­tion.

14. Computer glasses

Reading glasses in transport
Pho­to: @timothy-paule-ii,

Prepar­ing for lessons, draw­ing up plans, report­ing — teach­ers have to spend a lot of time at the com­put­er. These glass­es will help reduce visu­al strain and the harm­ful effects of the screen. The teacher will thank you sin­cere­ly.

15. LED night light

night light moon

Soft dif­fused light will give you the desired relax­ation at the end of a hard day, and an unusu­al design will diver­si­fy the atmos­phere of the room and cre­ate a hol­i­day feel­ing in your soul. What you need by March 8!

16. Clutch wallet


It is con­ve­nient to car­ry impor­tant lit­tle things like keys or bank cards in it. And it’s just a fash­ion acces­so­ry that per­fect­ly com­pletes the image.

17. Reflex massage mat

yoga mat

It is a small path cov­ered with plas­tic for­ma­tions in the form of stones. Walk­ing on the mat stim­u­lates acupunc­ture points on the feet, which has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on all body sys­tems, helps to remove tox­ins from the body and improves blood cir­cu­la­tion.

18. Desktop biofireplace

outdoor fireplace

This is a reduced copy of an ordi­nary fire­place, which, unlike the orig­i­nal, does not take up much space, does not require spe­cial care, but at the same time gives the warmth and joy of a live fire. Can be placed on the desk­top and peri­od­i­cal­ly dis­tract­ed by the flame to relieve ten­sion and fatigue.

19. Jelry stand


The device helps out if you need to, say, wash the dish­es. Instead of putting the ring on the table or on the shelf, where it is easy to for­get and lose, you can use a spe­cial stand, which, among oth­er things, per­fect­ly com­ple­ments the inte­ri­or.

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20. Heated teapot

Candle heated teapot

The heat­ing mech­a­nism is sim­ple: the teapot comes with a stand with a can­dle, which allows the tea to stay hot. A real find for a siz­zling drink lover.

21. A set of scented candles

Candles with usb lighter
Pho­to: @paul-nce,

Such a gift will help to relax, relieve eye strain, calm the ner­vous sys­tem and cre­ate an atmos­phere of mys­tery in the room. Give pref­er­ence to unob­tru­sive, sub­tle aro­mas, if you do not know for sure which one will be bestod on the soul.

22. Cosmetic bag

cosmetic bag

Cos­met­ics are a rather risky gift, but a styl­ish roomy case for stor­ing them is a great idea for March 8th. Pay spe­cial atten­tion to the size, mate­r­i­al of man­u­fac­ture and design of the cos­met­ic bag.

23. Eternal rose in a flask

eternal rose

An unusu­al gift is a liv­ing flor under a glass cap on a round wood­en stand. The rose is treat­ed with a spe­cial com­po­si­tion that allows the bud to retain its col­or and shape for up to 5 years, so that such a flor will delight its own­er for a long time.

24. Gift edition of masterpieces of painting


Gift books are the epit­o­me of aes­thet­ics: they are dis­tin­guished by good paper ight, high qual­i­ty print­ing and a chic cov­er. And the mas­ter­pieces of world or Russ­ian art in an exclu­sive edi­tion are a real delight for the eyes and soul.

25. Interior doll

interior doll

To trans­form a room, it is not nec­es­sary to rearrange the fur­ni­ture or repair, some­times it is enough just to add an inter­est­ing accent. Inte­ri­or doll will bring an atmos­phere of warmth and com­fort to any room.

What else can you give a teacher on March 8

If among the above options there was not a suit­able one, bring to your atten­tion even more gift ideas for a teacher for Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day.

  • Man­u­al mas­sager.
  • The­ater or con­cert tick­et
  • Styl­ish pala­tine.
  • Bou­quet of sets.
  • Pho­to col­lage of stu­dent pho­tos.
  • Tiered lunch­box.
  • Flash dri­ve with engrav­ing.
  • Cer­tifi­cate in the spa-cen­ter.
  • Blan­ket with sleeves.
  • Flo­rar­i­um.
  • Table foun­tain.
  • Favorite author’s book.
  • Hand­made choco­late.
  • Oil burn­er.
  • Bath salt.
  • Elite tea of ​​an unusu­al vari­ety.
  • Humid­i­fi­er.
  • Weath­er fore­cast­er.
  • Nap­kin hold­er.
  • Wire­less com­put­er mouse.
  • Waf­fle iron.
  • Flor vase with orig­i­nal paint­ing.
  • Cer­tifi­cate for a cos­met­ics store.
  • Yoga mem­ber­ship.
  • Dig­i­tal pho­to frame.
  • Wall Clock.
  • Ther­mo mug.
  • Sta­tionery set.
  • Top­i­ary.
  • Wood book­marks.
  • Tea-set.
  • Laser point­er.
  • Cake.
  • Bread­box.
  • Book hold­er.
  • Nice per­son­al­ized key­chain.
  • Umbrel­la with bright print.
  • Board game.
  • Embroi­dery kit.
  • Pho­to­plate.
  • Cov­er for uphol­stered fur­ni­ture.
  • A set of kitchen boards.
  • Gym­nas­tic mat.
  • Knit­ting acces­sories.
  • Cas­ket.
  • Fold­er for note­books.
  • Cake dish.
  • Pic­ture for embroi­dery with beads.
  • Per­son­al­ized diplo­ma for the best teacher.
  • Award fig­urine.
  • A set of ori­en­tal sets.
  • Con­grat­u­la­to­ry video clip from the whole class.
  • Ike­bana.
  • Cof­fee grinder.
  • Dressy table­cloth.
  • Grow­ing pen­cils.
  • Mir­ror in an ele­gant frame.
  • Pho­to­shoot.
  • Cream hon­ey set.
  • Case for lap­top.
  • Phone stand.
  • Sand paint­ing.
  • Can­dy bowl.
  • Desk­top cal­cu­la­tor.
  • Bed­ding set.
  • Cache-pot with self-water­ing func­tion.
  • Flor made of orna­men­tal stone.
  • Per­son­al jam.
  • Portable mix­er.
  • Mag­net­ic board for notes.
  • Portable accu­mu­la­tor.
  • Dec­o­ra­tive bam­boo.
  • Fry­ing pan with non-stick coat­ing.
  • Pil­low mas­sager for the neck.
  • Anti­stress toy.
  • Book of recipes.
  • Ultra­vi­o­let insect trap USB lamp.
  • End­less pho­to con­struc­tor.
  • Dream catch­er with your own hands.
  • Cheer­ful alarm clock.
  • Key­board vac­u­um clean­er.
  • Set for Nordic walk­ing.
  • Comb with ion­iza­tion.
  • Styl­ish soap dis­penser.
  • Choco­late mak­ing set.
  • Music Box.
  • Chameleon mug.
  • Smart gar­den.
  • LED can­dles.
  • Air ozona­tor.
  • Bou­quet of dried flors.
  • Pil­low warmer for hands.
  • Elec­tron­ic but­ter­fly in the bank.
  • Shop­per.
  • Sleep mask and earplugs.
  • Touch screen gloves.
  • Bathrobe.
  • Cup warmer.
  • Cre­ative note­book.
  • Flip clock.
  • Mag­ic ball pre­dic­tor.
  • Lava lamp.
  • Insoles heat­ed.
  • Wall moti­va­tion­al poster.
  • Beau­ti­ful pass­port cov­er.
  • Star map glow­ing in the dark.
  • Instant cam­era.
  • Neu­ro­rope for one leg.
  • Cozy slip­pers.
  • Warm scarf.
  • A set of fit­ness rub­ber bands.
  • Wish visu­al­iza­tion board.
  • Met­al wall pan­el.
  • Key find­er radio.
  • Mix­er mug.
  • Sports wrist­band.
  • Wire­less karaoke micro­phone.
  • Dec­o­ra­tive pil­low on the sofa.
  • Wire­less head­phones.
  • Secret gift set of books.
  • Lev­i­tat­ing illu­mi­nat­ed globe.
  • Heat­ing pad for legs.
  • Water­proof case for smart­phone.
  • Pil­low for the whole body.
  • Portable wire­less speak­er.
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How to choose a gift for a teacher on March 8

About how not to mis­cal­cu­late with a present to the teacher by March 8, tells qual­i­fied psy­chol­o­gist Eka­te­ri­na Halyaste.

  1. Con­sid­er the age and inter­ests of the recip­i­ent. Mod­ern gifts are suit­able for young teach­ers: cer­tifi­cates for the store, use­ful gad­gets, and more. For old­er teach­ers, prac­ti­cal­i­ty and care are impor­tant, for exam­ple, a book or a tick­et to the the­ater will be just right.
  2. Do not give alco­hol, sets, cof­fee. An alter­na­tive could be a bou­quet of fruits — fes­tive and healthy.
  3. Choose with soul. Any per­son is pleased if the gift is cho­sen specif­i­cal­ly for him, and not just for show.
  4. Be orig­i­nal. Of all the options, choose the one that comes to mind last. So you def­i­nite­ly will not give some­thing banal.
  5. A teacher is also a per­son. It is not nec­es­sary to give some­thing relat­ed to the pro­fes­sion. Find out more about his hob­bies and build on this infor­ma­tion when prepar­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion.
  6. Give some­thing that will cause pos­i­tive emo­tions, because they are remem­bered for a long time. At least until next March 8th.
  7. Flors and bal­loons are best used as an addi­tion to the main gift, and not as an inde­pen­dent present.
  8. Pay atten­tion to man­u­al work. At all times, what is done with one’s own hands is val­ued. It can be jel­ry, or, for exam­ple, a knit­ted blan­ket. And it is not nec­es­sary to do it your­self, the prod­uct can be ordered from the mas­ter.