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  • Punk Rock Authors Tote Bag


    You just KNOW Jane Austen would’ve rocked burgundy lipstick and a smoky eye look, if she were around today, and Franz Kafka would go ape for a leather jacket with punk studded shoulders. This fun tote bag, perfect for English and History teachers, re-imagines six famous authors as modern punk rockers. Righteous.

    $18 at Out of Print | Buy

    | Posted 31 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Artist Palette Coaster


    Art teachers (and every other teacher we’ve ever met, come to think of it) love coffee, so they’re sure to need a spot to rest their coffee mug on their desk. This cute miniature palette comes “pre-mussed” with a bright rainbow of paint smudges. Include a bag of really good coffee and a travel thermos mug and you’ll be in their good graces all year long.

    $9 at Fishs Eddy | Buy

    | Posted 27 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • F In Exams: The Very Best Totally Wrong Test Answers


    Q: What is the highest frequency noise that a human can register? A: Mariah Carey.

    All teachers could use a good laugh, and this book of totally true, totally WRONG test answers is sure to give them a smile on days when they think, “Maybe I should have gone to law school instead”.

    $8 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 25 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • L’Occitane Shea Butter Comforting Set


    It may be just the start of the school year, but your kids’ teacher could probably already use some pampering. This all-natural set includes cleansing oil, toner, light comforting cream, foot cream, and vanilla hand cream, all infused with super-moisturizing shea butter.

    $23 at L'Occitane | Buy

    | Posted 20 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Wallies Removable Chalkboard Panel


    What’s on tap for today in the classroom? These peel-n-stick slate panels make it easy for teachers to write up a class schedule, homework reminders, and more for each day of the school week. They’re repositionable and removable, too.

    $20 at Paper Source | Buy

    | Posted 17 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Adopt A Classroom


    Teachers spend, on average, about $500 of their own money, every year, on supplies for their classrooms. This innovative charity lets teachers and schools register their needs (technology, general supplies, etc.) and you can search for your kid’s teacher – or donate to a random classroom in need. Spend as much as you like; there’s no minimum donation!

    $5 at Adopt A Classroom | Buy

    | Posted 17 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • I Turn Coffee Into Education Mug


    Most teachers we know have a SERIOUS coffee addiction, so this cheeky ceramic mug is a perfect gift. Fill it with a bag of really good coffee beans, a few honey swizzle sticks, and maybe even a Starbucks gift card (gotta have a scone with that coffee).

    $15 at Photo Ceramics | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Pizzazz Good as Gold Laundry Bag


    Having a laundry bag you can instantly identify as “yours” is clutch when you’re living in a college dorm. After all, you don’t want to have the same blue canvas bag as every other person there and accidentally grab someone else’s laundry! This cream cotton bag is speckled with gold foil polka dots, to make it both stylish AND easily identifiable

    $22 at ModCloth | Buy

    | Posted 28 Jul, 2015 by Janet
  • Flaphappy Sun Hat


    It is so easy to overlook the back of the neck/hairline area on littles when applying sunscreen. If they have a FlapHappy hat on, though, they are extra protected from the sun thanks to the extra large, um, flap in the back.

    $19 at Flaphappy | Buy

    | Posted 30 Jun, 2015 by Rene
  • Hello Kitty Frozen Aloe After Sun Cooling Spray


    Even if the kids avoid overexposure to the sun (and we sincerely hope they do; a sunburned kid is never a good thing) this cooling spray will feel refreshing and calming after a long day outdoors. Kiddos will delight in the snow-like frozen aloe that also smells delicious while it moisturizes and soothes.

    $8 at Australian Gold | Buy

    | Posted 25 Jun, 2015 by Rene
  • Pink Spot Towelling Dress


    Full disclosure: If this came in adult sizes I would totally rock one post-swim. Toss this over your little beach babe to dry her off and make her feel all nice and cozy after a long day of hard beach playing.

    $20 at Next | Buy

    | Posted 25 Jun, 2015 by Rene
  • Osh Kosh B’Gosh Jet 2 Water Shoes


    Beach excursions- heck, even the bottom of a pool- can scratch up a kid’s little foot pretty quickly. Water shoes not only add a layer of protection, they also help keep those explorers surefooted and upright. OshKosh B’Gosh’s adorable (and affordable) water shoes are mesh for quick drying and draining, and feature a comfortable, elasticized pull-on design.

    $15 at Kohl's | Buy

    | Posted 22 Jun, 2015 by Rene
  • Just Hangit


    Keep your fave necklaces, earrings, and bracelets at hand in your dorm room, without taking up extra space. This nifty little black hanger features tons of hooks for jewelry of all sorts, and fits tidily on your closet bar amongst your sweaters and tees.

    $10 at Dormify | Buy

    | Posted 19 Jun, 2015 by Janet
  • Stickr Frames


    Forget about putting up clichéd posters like Klimt’s “The Kiss” or the Beatle’s “Abbey Road” album cover. Decorate with your favorite photos, no nails or hooks required, with these decal photo frames! Each is removable and reusable (price is for a set of 8), so they’ll last through all 4 years of college and beyond.

    $20 at DormCo | Buy

    | Posted 19 Jun, 2015 by Janet
  • Threshold 24 Pocket Shoe Organizer


    Think outside the box – this 24-pocket organizer doesn’t just hold shoes, but toiletries, school supplies, accessories, curling irons, scarves and gloves… You name it! Done in a super cute gray tweed, it hangs easily over closet or dorm doors for handy vertical storage.

    $19 at Target | Buy

    | Posted 19 Jun, 2015 by Janet
  • Butterfly Bikini


    We know bikinis on babies and toddlers are truly absurd, but COME ON. This little butterfly-bedecked number is just begging for a beach side photo shoot.

    $15 at H&M | Buy

    | Posted 02 Jun, 2015 by Rene
  • Mini Easter Crackers


    If you’re familiar with the British tradition of Christmas crackers, including these in Easter baskets or on your Easter brunch table will be a no-brainer. Each contains a joke, a cute hat, and a friendship bracelet to wear or share.

    $17 at Chasing Fireflies | Buy

    | Posted 14 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Eggwalk Chalk


    By the time Easter rolls around, your kids will be sick and tired of playing inside. After the egg hunt is over, hand over these egg-shaped chalks (easy for little hands to hold) and send ‘em out to the driveway or patio to create a bunny themed masterpiece.

    $24 at Chasing Fireflies | Buy

    | Posted 09 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Color Me Bunny


    Budding Picassos will have a blast coloring this blank bunny, who comes with a set of 4 washable markers. If they’re dissatisfied with their creation, just toss it in the washing machine and it’ll come out good as new.

    $17 at Hearthsong | Buy

    | Posted 09 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Springenheide Truffle Eggs


    Think of these as Cadbury eggs for grown-ups. This real eggshell is painted with bright, fun colors and filled with a delicious German milk chocolate truffle rabbit. Munch on it while the kids are occupied finding their Easter eggs, or else you might not get a single bite!

    $10 at Cost Plus World Market | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Large Butterfly Felt Easter Baskets


    Save on this set of two adorable, felt butterfly Easter baskets in coordinating colors. Perfect for siblings who always have to have “the exact same thing” as one another, but you still want it to be easy to tell their baskets apart!

    $14 at Cost Plus World Market | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Painted Wooden Eggs Set


    Got a kiddo who’s allergic to eggs, and you don’t want to give them too many chocolate eggs? This set of six hand-painted wooden eggs is great for Easter egg hunts, decoration, and playtime.

    $10 at Pier 1 | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Blossom & Bao Bao


    Little ones will love this sweet, soft lamb and teddy bear set, dressed in a springtime-perfect cherry pink dress and boots. Regularly $46, it’s currently discounted by 52% to just $22, making it just the thing to tuck into their Easter baskets, this year.

    $22 at One Kings Lane | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • Sweet Caroline Confections Easter Lollipops


    Adults and kids alike with a sweet tooth will hop with joy for these ultra-yummy, spring-y lollipops. Covered with edible glitter and sprinkles, the set of six lollipops comes in your choice of 19 flavors from cotton candy to orange.

    $12 at Sweet Caroline Confections | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet
  • The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes


    We remember our parents reading this classic book to us when we were kids, and were thrilled to find out it’s still in print. With lovely illustrations and simple text, it tells the story of the Easter Bunny and her 21 (!!!!!) children.

    $17 at Diapers.com | Buy

    | Posted 03 Apr, 2015 by Janet

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