It is the week before Christmas break and you want to give gifts to your students, buy you’re running out of time and you don’t have much to spend. Don’t panic! I found 6 last minute, yet inexpensive gifts for your students.
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For many of these gift ideas, you may have to buy two sets, but I made sure to find inexpensive options even if you have to buy two or three to have enough for all of the students in your classroom.
Keep your students toes nice and warm with holiday socks. Many of the sock sets come in quantities of 10 to 12, so you can buy two sets and have enough for your students.
Encourage your students’ love of reading with cute bookmarks.
Yep, you read that correctly. Smencils are pencils with a scent, and your students will love them!
I really love Wikki Stix for younger aged students, but older students will surprisingly love them too.
Christmas Slap Bracelets
Slap bracelets are always a hit in my classroom. Students will love wearing these!
You can use these mini stockings in so many ways. You can add your students’ first initial on the front, or you can place candy or other treats inside.
Mini notebooks are great for your students to journal or draw in.
What are some other inexpensive gift ideas for students? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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