ElementaryBox The Perfect Gift For Teachers

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Featured in the 2014 Holiday Gift Guide.

If you have children in school and need a great gift for a teacher be sure and take a look at ElementaryBox. It is a unique subscription service perfect for teachers. The box contains teacher tips, something for the teacher, something for the classroom and something for the students. I recently received the December box. The box I received including fantastic products for winter.


This what I received in the box:
The top of the box has a Teacher Tips: Good Use of Time
Three packages (12 pcs) of gingerbread men shaped erasers-little rewards to motivate the students.
The Biggest Snowman Ever book By Steven Kroll-something to read to the class.
December Monthly Idea Book-great projects and ideas to share with the students.
Lip Glosserie Rosemary Mint Body Cream and Cuticle Balm-a special treat for the teacher.
I love the concept of this box. Let’s face it most teachers work hard, and many are underpaid. Rather than give them another coffee cup this year give them something that benefits the class, students, as well as, a teacher.

The subscription service is available in 3 options:
Three months $29 a month
Six months $27 a month
12 months $25 a month

To gift the subscription you will need a teacher’s name, email address, grade, etc. It is very simple to set up, and it will no doubt be a gift that a teacher will use and appreciate. Of course, the boxes will vary depending on the grade they teach. It takes the guesswork out of gifting for your favorite teacher. The box I received is for my grandson’s Kindergarten teacher, or course if the teacher is a 5th-grade teacher the items would vary. To learn more about ElementaryBox and this wonderful subscription service visit the website.

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