Personalized Gifts for Teachers

Personalized Gifts for Teachers
It’s the end of the school year and time to find a thoughtful and personal present to show that 
great teacher how much she was appreciated for her hard work and efforts. Read on for some 
personalized gift ideas that teachers will love. 

Get a Trophy for a Good Teacher 

Trophy shops in town and online have a great variety of trophies to choose from that can be 
dedicated to that wonderful teacher in one’s life or the life of one’s child. Have it engraved with 
messages such as “Teacher of the Year” or “Top Teacher Ms. *****.” Shops that specialize in 
making trophies also usually offer a range of other related items like commemorative plaques 
and medals. Choose a plaque for that great teacher and have a more detailed message outlining 
her great deeds and achievements as a teacher over the year. 

Get a Personalized Sign for an Instructor 

Another idea is to get a sign for the teacher’s door or room with their name on it. Getting 
something simple is best as teacher’s can sometimes change what grades they teach, so examples 
include “Mr. Brown” or “Ms. Smith’s Art Room.” The sign can be specially made at a sign 

company to going to a store that specialized in woodcutting and getting either wood letters to

spell out the teacher’s name or a wooden plaque with her name engraved in it. 
So many things can be engraved these days, from jewelry to wine glasses. One idea is to get a frame engraved with a special message for the teacher and choose either a photo of one’s child 
with the teacher, the teacher on her own or with the whole class. Another idea is to get a glass or 
metal apple paperweight and have it engraved with a special message for the teacher. A mug or 
drinking glass for the teacher with her name is also a thoughtful and useful gift. 

Personalized Clothes and Accessories for Teacher 

Nowadays names and personal messages can be sewn into or printed on to a variety of clothes 
and accessories. T-shirts, aprons, hats, bags and even shoes can be personalized with a message 
and/or a photo. Make the gift specific to the teacher, for example, get a tie for the band teacher 
that says “Mr. Green, Band Teacher Extraordinaire ” or “Mr. Green the Music Man!” Another 
option is to get a belt buckle with the teacher’s name or initial, for example, “Mr. G.” 
Get something special and personal for that teacher who has made the year so memorable. Some 
ideas for personalized gifts for teacher include a trophy for being a great teacher, a sign for 
teacher’s door, something engraved like a photo album or memento, or personalized clothing or 
an accessory. 

Swimming for Women

Swimming for Women

Juggling life at work and home can be a tedious task. The women in our lives are constantly struggling with balancing these two and doing very well at it. However, striking this balance comes at a great personal cost and leaves them completely drained of vigour and energy. Therefore it is important for women to indulge in physical activities that can help release this stress while taking care of their physical health.

Swimming is an excellent activity to maintain complete body fitness for women. A low impact aerobic activity, swimming builds lean, long muscles and are instrumental in maintaining a healthy weight.

As an exercise, it works various important muscle groups like the arms, legs, shoulders, back and abdominal muscles. It increases flexibility while toning all these muscles. Buoyed by the water, the body is in minimal danger of getting hurt as the water is cushioning it at all times. In such a safe environment it is easy to build strong muscles. Regular swimming increases your lung capacity and builds good cardiovascular health.

Freestyle swimming at a moderate speed can serve as an excellent way to burn calories and maintain your weight. You can burn approximately five hundred calories in an hour if your swimming ability is average. More advanced swimmers can burn up to eight hundred calories hourly. The freestyle is an excellent stroke and keeps all your muscle groups exercised.

Twice more likely than men to suffer from stress, depression and anxiety, women need to take care of their mental health more delicately. Swimming induces neurotransmitters and endorphins which ward off anxiety and depression. It also strengthens the immune system and has a calming effect on the body.

A solo activity, it gives a good outlet to your energy and helps you think clearly and effectively. Almost therapeutic, it can serve as a form of meditation. Swimming rhythmically at a slow constant pace with regular breathing lulls your psyche into peace and tranquillity.

Swimming is an excellent choice of exercise for pregnant women. It is a low impact exercise, and the woman’s body is supported by the buoyant force of the water. This makes it exercising more convenient and comfortable than on the land. While increasing muscular strength, it also improves oxygen efficiency. This eases the challenges posed by labor and delivers oxygen more effectively to the baby.

Swimming also lowers the stress levels and anxiety that may be experienced during pregnancy. Pregnant women report to sleeping better and feeling less physically and psychologically challenged with swimming added into their routine.

Swimming is an excellent form of exercise. Both mentally and physically therapeutic, it can solve a lot of your health problems.