Teacher Appreciation Gifts: Socks for Teachers

Teacher Appreciation Gifts: Socks for Teachers

We love teachers here at John’s Crazy Socks so it’s only natural that we would offer some great Teacher Appreciation Socks. No need for boring gifts, socks make great gifts for teachers. Why socks? They are fun, affordable and memorable. Plus, socks are easy to wrap. Let the other kids bring in candy or a gift card for Starbucks. You and your child can wrap up hand-chosen socks that will WOW your teacher. Give some socks, your teacher will love them and you’ll feel great.

What socks might you give?

For the woman who loves teaching, try our “Teaching is a Work of Heart” Socks

 Teaching is a Work of Heart

A teacher who opened your child to storytelling? How about our Edgar Allan Poe-Ka Dots Socks for men and women?

 Edgar Allen Poe Socks

Have a terrific math teacher? We’ve got fun math socks for men and women.

 Math Socks

For the perfect kindergarten or early elementary school teacher, check out our Very Hungry Caterpillar Socks for men and women.

 Very Hungry Caterplillar

A history buff? We’ve got four different Abraham Lincoln socks for men and women.

 Abraham Lincoln Socks

Is your teacher a genius? We have some beautiful Albert Einstein Socks that fit men and women.

 Albert Einstein Socks

A Special Education teacher might like our Down Syndrome, Autism or Williams Syndrome Awareness Socks.

 Awareness Socks for Teachers


These socks only scratch the surface of our Teacher Appreciation Sock Collection. We have over 30 socks that can help you find the perfect gift for your teacher.

In our mission to spread happiness through socks, we can’t think of a better way to make people happy than thanking a teacher. To know John is to know that he loves school and adores his teachers. He’s been fortunate to have many great teachers as he moved through the Huntington School System and Wilson Tech. (Shout out here to Dr. Erica Murphy-Jessen, Patricia Klee and Karen Campagnoni.) John’s partner, his Dad, Mark X. Cronin, began his career teaching math to 7th and 8th graders and then taught high school English.  Mark later went on to teach at the graduate school level at NYU. He still talks about some of the teachers who touched him the most (Mrs. Trimmer, Mr. Gabris, Benilde Montgomery, Marcel Carden, Bob Cording, Galway Kinnell, Pat Bizell and Julie Wilson). We have an appreciation for teachers deep in our bones.

Take time to thank a teacher. Socks make a great gift, but you need not spend any money. Drop a note or an email. Send a post card. Wherever we are in our life’s journey, we’ve been helped by a teacher.

We’ll say it here. To all our teachers, thank you. You’ve touched us in so many ways and the seeds that you planted keep blossoming.