With Children’s Day — which falls on Friday, 4th October 2019 this year — being hot on the heels of the recently-concluded Teacher’s Day, we believe it’s only appropriate for us to come up with this thoughtful list of gift ideas to benefit all primary school and preschool teachers out there. It’s now your turn to return the favour and gift your students their Children’s Day presents! Children, you know who to thank if you were to receive any of the gifts below. 😉
1. Pencils, $4.30 per box of 30
Let’s start off with the very basic item all students ought to have in their possession… the humble non-mechanical pencil! Younger children, such as those in lower Primary levels, should not be using mechanical pencils just yet. Leave that for when they progress to Primary 3 or 4 and above.
2. Zebra 0.4mm Colour Gel Pen, $1.26 per pen
Yay! Colour gel pens! Tell us, really, have you ever encountered a child who doesn’t fancy colour pens? Perhaps you don’t have to get them every colour of the range, just choose to get your students a proper green pen so that they’ll be spurred to do their corrections!
3. Double Tip Fluorescent Highlighter, $3.40 per highlighter
If you’re thinking of another option, why not choose the highlighter? This highlighter comes with two tips and one tip allows you to clearly identify the text you’re highlighting. Fancy~ ️🌈
4. Clear Pencil Box Case, $1.17
This Muji-inspired clear pencil box case will surely make a good, durable gift especially for students whose pencil cases are already ruined from all the wear-and-tear!
5. Assorted Cartoon Characters Pencil Case, $2.34
Another option of a pencil case, this time with fun cartoon characters~
This is for all the young girls who still aren’t quite over with all things Queen Elsa, Anna and just Frozen in general. ❄❄❄
7. Peppa Pig Stationery Set with Pencil Box, $1.35
Featuring kids’ all time favorite – Peppa Pig! We doubt there’s any kid of school-going ages who doesn’t like this cartoon character! This will bring them so much delight. 😁
8. Miffy Compass Set, $2.80
Not only does this look super adorable with Miffy 🐇 fronting the cover, it is also a highly useful tool for primary school students learning to use the compass to draw a circle!
9. Deli Students’ Ruler Set, $1.29
Albeit plain and dull, a set of rulers will definitely come in handy during a Mathematics test! 📏
10. Oil Pastels Crayon Set, $4.90
Recommended by mummies, this set of oil pastels crayon will not disappoint you. It is easily removable by water so a good buy for sure! 💯
11. IQ Metal Puzzle Piece, $4.13 per box of 8
Planning to give your class some brain breaks (also known as brain exercises) periodically in between back-to-back lessons? Then these IQ metal puzzle pieces will be so ideal! 🤔
12. Avengers Plush Toy, $1.44
If you’re planning to reward your obedient students with something which they will be absolutely enthralled to receive, consider getting these mini Avengers plushies! Seeing how these super heroes have captivated the hearts of many young kids, this option has ought to be an exciting one.
13. Mini Gudetama Battery-Operated Night Light, $1.88
With Gudetama Cafe opening in Singapore, it’s not hard to imagine kids these days knowing this Sanrio lazy-egg character. Getting them this mini night light seems like a good option, we reckon! 🍳
14. Non-toxic Painting Set, From $12.30
How about a painting session during a Children’s Day party? Rest assured, these paints are non-toxic, odorless and are easy to remove. Definitely safe for kids to use while having fun at the same time 🖐
15. Watercolor Paint Set, $6.10
Otherwise, you can choose this watercolor paint set which comes equipped with a paint brush instead! This will ensure at least your child’s fingers stay (slightly) clean even after doing some watercolor painting.
16. Assorted Cartoon Children’s Digital Watch, $3.15
Realised that your students can’t seem to keep track of time well? Then perhaps a gift in the form of a simple children’s digital watch ought to make it right! ⌚
17. Tsum Tsum Luggage Tag, $1.32
With almost 20 kids in a classroom and each one of them having a backpack, it’s easy to get confused if two kids own the same backpack! Clear out the confusion by gifting them this luggage tag so that they can learn to write their names on it and attach it to their bags for easy identification.
18. Lotte Green Grape Candy, $2.50
So much for stationery and merchandise, now how about some snacks from our Local Marketplace? Seeing how it will be an occasional rare treat especially when the kids receive it only during this once-in-a-year event of Children’s Day!
Need more ideas? Head onto ezbuy.sg now to start shopping for Children’s Day gifts so that you’ll receive these goodies in time to come!
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