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The Ultimate Art Teacher Gift That Will Surprise You

Mandy Theis

Saturday, 18 December 2021

There is one item in my art teacher arsenal that is indispensable for my daily happiness. If you are looking for the perfect gift for the art teacher in your life, I implore you to give this gift a try.

Oh sure, there are the obvious gifts. The art teacher mug, a paintbrush, or a Bob Ross wig. But if you want to shower your favorite art teacher with true appreciation, there is one gift you should give them above all else.

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What is the perfect art teacher gift?

A crockpot.

 

 

Hear me out. This isn’t just any crockpot, this is a magic crockpot.

It’s a mini crockpot. It’s so nice and small that it can fit in the typical largish art teacher purse.

It can be filled with frozen food in the morning, plugged in at school, and by lunchtime a nice hot meal is waiting for your art teacher. The key here: your art teacher can have zero planning about what their lunch will be, literally stuff frozen food in their mini crockpot, and still get the joy of a heart-warming meal over their 15 minute lunch break if they get to take it that day.

A hot meal? At school? What crazy is this? Better yet, it doesn’t violate the no-microwave rule many schools now have.

I confess, ever since another art teacher first introduced me to this amazing device I have been a bit of a mini-crockpot evangelical. But that is simply a reflection of how indispensable this one item has become to my art education life.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for your art teacher to show your love and appreciation, look no further than the mini-crockpot.

 

 

What is the best gift YOU have ever received as an art teacher? Let me know in the comments below!



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