12 - 14 Years

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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
  • Scratch Map


    It’s like a lotto ticket for the cartography-obsessed: Perfect for hanging in a classroom, this poster features an entire scratch-off map of the world. It can be a really fun way for kids to show where their families came from, where they went on summer vacation, or even as a teaching tool when learning world geography.

    $29 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    | Posted 27 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
  • Solve Some Time Clock


    Want to know what time it is? Well, you’re gonna have to do a couple of equations, mister! Perfect for math and science educators, this black clock features a different math problem at each index, with the solution being the correct number.

    $35 at ModCloth | Buy

    | Posted 25 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Cyberoptix Library Date Due Scarf


    Librarians and English teachers will love this super soft linen-weave scarf printed with a classic library book stamp card. Choose from ten vibrant colors to suit any taste.

    $44 at Cyberoptixx | Buy

    | Posted 25 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
  • Alex and Ani Apple Of Abundance Charm Bangle


    The traditional “apple for teacher” gift gets a stylish upgrade in this gold-tone bangle bracelet. It features an adjustable length and an adorable golden apple charm.

    $28 at Alex + Ani | Buy

    | Posted 20 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
  • Lush Relax Gift Set


    A bubble bath a day keeps the stress away, so gift this soothing bath set to your favorite teacher. It includes an A French Kiss lavender-scented bubble bar, Twilight shower gel, and a Twilight bath bomb fragranced with lavender and tonka.

    $29 at Lush | Buy

    | Posted 17 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
  • Jansport Superbreak Backpack


    What could be cooler than puppies and kittens hurtling through space? Not much. Kids of all ages will love this surreal, colorful backpack.

    $36 at Nordstrom | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Deluxe Book Pack


    This could very well be the last backpack you buy for your kid. Not only is it pretty close to indestructible, if your kids flings it off the bus or decides blue is no longer the cool color, L.L.Bean will replace it with no questions asked. For life.

    $30 at LL Bean | Buy

    (On Sale)

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2015 by Rene
  • TOMS Canvas Trekker Backpack


    TOMS is well known for their “buy a pair of shoes and we’ll give a pair of shoes to someone in need” initiative, but did you know they’ve expanded into backpacks? This waxed canvas and leather knapsack is available in six colors, and for every one purchased, TOMS helps provide a safe birth for a mother and baby in need.

    $78 at TOMS Shoes | Buy

    | Posted 11 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Max The Monster Backpack


    Parents might want to hear about how durable this nylon and canvas backpack is, and how padded the straps are, and all about the many pockets. But kids? Kids will only care about Max’s hilarious glow-in-the-dark eyes.

    $60 at J. Crew | Buy

    | Posted 11 Aug, 2015 by Rene
  • Eastpak Techno Backpack


    Too cool for school? Then your big kid will want a low-key (yet still tough) bag like this ripstop teal and orange number with leather and nylon trim. It says “I’m just here until I can go surfing after school, man.”

    $95 at The Corner | Buy

    | Posted 11 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Hadaki Cool HDK827 Backpack


    Available in 11 fun prints, this cotton backpack has a durable waxed water-resistant coating for those kids who really put their stuff through the wringer each year. Includes double main pockets, front pouch, and side mesh holders for water bottles or shoes.

    $62 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 06 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Kipling Seoul Print Backpack


    Originally $119, this durable nylon backpack is currently on sale for just $88.99. Tons of pockets make it easy to stay organized, six whimsical prints stand out from the crowd, and an included stuffed gorilla keychain – well, that last one’s just plain cute.

    $89 at Macy's | Buy

    | Posted 06 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Rollie Backpack


    Give your kid’s back a respite from lugging around 20 pounds of text books with a backpack that has super-secret hidden wheels. The telescoping handle magically appears from a zipper between the straps, and just like that, this kid is ready to roll- and relax his shoulders.

    $49 at Garnet Hill | Buy

    | Posted 06 Aug, 2015 by Rene
  • Print ClassMate Large Backpack


    The deconstructed neon orange and navy camo print is sure to stand out in a sea of plain black and blue bags. This tough carry-all has lots of internal organizing pockets, adjustable straps, and reflective trim to keep kids visible.

    $49 at Lands' End | Buy

    | Posted 04 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Mackenzie Plum Unicorn Backpacks


    A purple backpack with turquoise unicorns on it? Our seven year-old selves are salivating here. Available in four sizes to suit multiple age groups (prices range from $30 for a small backpack to $50 for a rolling backpack), it’s super sturdy and made from water-resistant 600-denier polyester.

    $30 at Pottery Barn Kids | Buy

    | Posted 04 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Herschel Supply Co. Settlement Backpack


    We know a lot of boys (and girls!) who would totally dig this python-print charcoal backpack with red trim. It’s got skater style, but the quality and roominess that parents demand.

    $50 at Nordstrom | Buy

    | Posted 04 Aug, 2015 by Janet
  • Tucker + Tate Print Backpack


    We’re getting a total Lilly Pulitzer vibe from this cheery mixed-print backpack. How cute are the elephants on the front pocket, contrasted with the big, bright flowers? SO cute.

    $38 at Nordstrom | Buy

    | Posted 04 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

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