30+ Best Gifts for Reading Teachers

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We’re sharing all of our favorite gift ideas for reading teachers for holiday gifts or Teacher Appreciation. Whether you’re buying for your favorite teacher or for yourself, you’ll want to check out this list of fun and useful gifts!

Graphic with a collage of images of gifts that reading teachers would enjoy.

Gifts That Reading Teachers Love

I’ve been a teacher for almost 14 years, and so I feel like an expert in what can brighten the day of one. So I put together a Science of Reading-aligned list of things that I’ve personally used or would LOVE to try!

I was sure to include gift ideas at varied but always reasonable price points. As my granddad used to say, “I’m not a Rockefeller!” And of course, it truly is the thought that counts! Most teachers would be so touched to know their friends, family, and students are thinking of them.

There are gifts that a teacher could use to make their busy, sometimes stressful days a little easier, and there are gifts that can make their classroom run smoother and help make instruction fun.

So if you’re shopping for your favorite teacher or for yourself, grabbing some Black Friday deals, shopping for Teacher Appreciation Day, or just in the mood to do some shopping, I hope you find something you’ll enjoy!

Gifts for the Teacher

Whether you're buying a gift for your favorite reading teacher or shopping for youself, these gifts make life for teachers just a little bit sweeter!

Gifts for the Classroom

These gifts for great for teachers following the body of research known as the Science of Reading. They include multi-sensory activities and games designed to build important skills like sound-letter correspondence or phonemic awareness.

We always love to hear from you! What do you think of this list of gifts? If you’re a reading teacher, are these things you would enjoy too? Did we miss anything?

Parents: You’re here because you love your child’s reading teacher! But if you’re looking for more help for your child, check out our post on dyslexia therapy as provided by Lexercise.

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