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10 gift ideas for teachers under R200

Teachers everywhere, we salute you!

The end of the school year is only a few days away and what a year it’s been! One great way to show your child’s teacher some appreciation is by giving them a gift – a little token that says ‘Thank you for teaching my child this year.’

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We’re here to help you out, so we’ve compiled a great list of fantastic gift ideas – all under R200! 

1. 4-piece butterfly coffee-mug set (R99,95)


These are a great arsenal in any teacher’s classroom because they will always love an extra cup of coffee or tea during the day.

2. Carrol Boyes hummingbird sugar ladle (R149)


This practical and elegant sugar ladle is the perfect accompaniment to the set of mugs above. It’s a great way to add to (or begin) someone’s Carrol Boyes collection.

3. Ferrero Rocher collection (R165)


Nothing says thank you quite as much as an impressive box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates. Plus the packaging makes this gift look extra classy!

4. Chloe feather-print scarf (R199)


This lightweight scarf is a great addition to any wardrobe and is perfect for cooler summer days. The lovely design will lend itself nicely to a number of outfits. 

5. Serving board (R119)


This serving board makes a great gift for an enthusiastic home cook and entertainer. 

6. Le Creuset silicone French trivet (R189)


A great way for protecting surfaces from hot pots and pans, or to secure a mixing bowl when whisking batter, this French trivet is a must-have! 

7. 9-piece oil-burner set (R139)


This oil-burner set with its wax melts and tealights is a great way for your child’s teacher to relax and de-stress during the end-of-year break. 

8. 4-piece tropical ‘stretchie’ bracelet set


This versatile bracelet set will make sure that your child is remembered whenever their teacher wears it!

9. Sorbet Sleep Rescue Shooting Star gift bag (R130)


All teachers deserve a little pampering, so it makes sense to give a gift that does just that. And this way they can get all the rest they need before the new year starts.

10. Yuppiechef ‘Thank you’ gift box (R199)


A wonderful way to say thank you is to give your child’s teacher a ‘thank you’ box from Yuppiechef. It contains an assortment of sweet treats such as nougat, biscuits, and salted-caramel popcorn.

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