Teacher’s Day is just around the corner! These “holidays” often surprise us, and we find each other at the last minute to bring out gift ideas from teachers. But not this year. This year we thought ahead and created something thoughtful and personal for the teachers we love. Let’s be honest. Our thanks go to all the teachers who spend 8 hours a day with our children. Below are our best ideas for teacher gift ideas in honor of Teacher’s Thanksgiving Day.
Have you ever wondered which teachers day plant is best, but you can’t start researching to find out? Bringing a hint of green to the classroom or office offers many health benefits that are hard to argue with. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the best plants for your teacher based on their ease of care, maintenance, and air purifying properties. We hope these plants can enrich your classroom and help you create the best possible classroom environment.
Colorful and Red Aglaonema
Despite the rather pungent name, the plant is not easy to grow. It is very patient of almost all care conditions, from rare watering to little light. Aglaonema’s bright and red colors offer cheerful splash year-round and provide the classroom with fun colors. There are also different varieties available so you can match the plant to your teacher’s favorite varieties.
It is great for indoor growing, some varieties prefer indirect light and others prefer direct light, so choose the type that fits your space. It looks great in a hanging basket or on a shelf to add lush and dramatic greenery. Ivy also cleans the air of dirt and grows quickly.
Snake Plant Starfish
Another option for plant gifts for teachers is the starfish snake plant. A cool and funky addition to the room, this plant is a rare classic succulent. Often recommended for their air-purifying abilities, they grow fan-shaped and light green in color with a dark green ring around each coiled leaf. Starfish plants can be propagated. As your plants grow, you can even use their leaves to start new plants!
Use them as gifts for teachers, or share them around your classroom or make them big! Because they are watery, they are easy to care for.
The spider plant has long, thin green and white leaves. They are showy plants that should stand in a hanging basket or macrame plant hanger. Spider plants are so named because of the long “spider” stems that grow from the “mother plant”.
Aloe Vera Plant
All the plants belong to different families and this popular plant belongs to the family Asphodelaceae. Known for their thick, waxy leaves and easy-care properties, the aloe vera plant, in particular, can be a fantastic addition to your class, and you can even harvest aloe vera, which your plant produces to treat sunburn and irritation on your skin.
There’s a special way to show gratitude to your teacher with the unique and the best teachers day gift ideas for sir or madam above. All of these gift options will surely make them smile.