Avoid Generic Teacher Gifts. We Can Help!

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You've got this amazing teacher in your life. Maybe she teaches your students. Maybe she's a relative of yours. Maybe she's your teacher.

In any case, you want to get her something special to show her your appreciation. But what?

Sure, you could get her another Starbucks gift card. (She's already gotten three this year.)

Or you could get her an Amazon gift card. (So she can... what? Buy toilet paper?) 

Or you could get her a gift from The Teacher Trove!

We are teachers based in Houston, TX, passionate about supporting and sustaining teachers, and we just love the generosity you show them! So we wanted to make it easy to buy gifts tailored just for them.

  • Take the guess work out of what your teacher wants with our gift cards
  • Avoid buying yet another generic teacher gift
  • Give the gift of thoughtfulness with a memorable gift from The Teacher Trove!
  • Free returns & exchanges (60 days)

Questions? Check out our FAQs, or contact us at weloveteachers@theteachertrove.com.

Andreana Grall
Andreana Grall

Andreana holds a Master's Degree in Education (Bachelor's from Stanford) and has been teaching since 2005. She cofounded the Teacher Trove with her husband Andy in 2018.


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