Does your child have that amazing math teacher who makes learning quadratic equations a breeze (is that possible)? Or the wonderful science teacher who has captivated the students with creative experiments that make them want to go to class?
Then it’s time to start thinking about a thank you gift that’s as fantastic as they are. Because we love teachers too, we curated a list of top group gifts for your math and science teachers.
So leave those scented candles behind, round up the rest of the parents and group together to say THANKS!
A classic for teachers, parents and students alike. Hilarious answers to questions that students had no chance of getting right, so they used humor instead.
Get 1 or buy the series of 3 books (there’s also F for Effort and F this Test). They’re light and fun reading for the holidays, guaranteed to put a smile on the face of your favourite teacher.
Each book is available online at Amazon, www.amazon.com, for $10. Don’t forget to leave plenty of time for the book to be shipped to you.
Your math and science teachers will love this clock. You can choose from a wide variety of clocks showing simple arithmetic equations through to particle physics equations. As an added bonus, each each hour of the day provides inspiration for another topic in the class.
Available at Cafe Press in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colours and prices. Have fun choosing the one that suits your teacher best. www.cafepress.com.au
We’ve really got our geek on now! Perfect for the science teacher who likes to have a cuppa after class or wants to use it with the Bunsen burner for demonstrations in class.
Made of borosilicate glass (don’t ask, just know it’s strong and can handle hot and cold temps), and is graduated every 100 mL from 100 to 600 mL.
The perfect gift for the science teacher cum chef. You can even personalise the cutting boards with your Teacher’s name or favourite saying. There is a huge variety of boards out there and you can find a wide selection at Etsy starting at $50.
It will be the gift your teacher uses everyday. Remember to leave enough time for it to be personalised and shipped.
The ultimate group gift (and my personal favourite) get your teacher their very own DNA artwork.
Your teacher’s personal DNA printed and beautifully framed. They’ll never get another gift like it. This gift does require a bit of planning. You send a sample of the teacher’s DNA (alert: might spoil the “surprise” factor) and DNA11 creates a unique DNA print portrait for them.
Starting at $199 US + shipping, factor in 7 days to get the DNA kit and then 4 weeks to process, print and ship after you send it back. Make sure to start the class collection early, it’s something your teacher will never forget. Contact DNA11.
The manufacturing process is called spherification and it is used by chefs all over the world. Alginate, a seaweed extract, is mixed with Calcium to form a caviar/pearl like shape.Your teacher will be able to amaze and astound family and friends with this gizmo!
Starting at $175 USD + shipping this is the ultimate group gift for your science teacher. Contact: http://spherificator.com/ to learn more.
Goodbye ceiling stars and hello out of this world pillows. Cleverly constructed fiber optic cushions will dazzle your teacher with their luminescence.
Get the whole class to chip in for one of these gorgeous pillows (140 Euros) available online at Lumigram.
Leave plenty of time for shipping as these heavenly pillows come to you from the UK.
Organise the collection in under 5 minutes and we’ll do the rest. Email invitations, collect contributions, create a group card from the class, send polite reminders and send updates on everything that happens. It’s too easy: no hassles, no one get’s left out and you don’t get left short! When the collection’s over, we transfer the gift funds (we don’t sell gifts) and email the group card. Find out more at GroupTogether.
We’d love to hear if you’ve found other amazing and fun gifts for your math and science teachers. Please comment and add to our list, as we love to spread the word about unique and interesting group gifts. Start a collection for your favourite teacher or check out our blog for other great group gift ideas.
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