It comes after a survey revealed that teachers prefer ethical gifts.
In previous years, people have given goats, chickens and camels to the developing world, on someone else's behalf, for that extra special gift.
But the charities that produce them, now also have a huge range of gifts which are perfect for teachers and others involved in education.
You can now build a school, provide school textbooks, a school uniform, a meal for 70 children or even a school toilet - all given as a gift on behalf of your teacher.
It can all be done quickly and easily online. You just visit the website of the particular charity, select the gift for your teacher, and a card is sent to them with your personal message (and a certificate through Save the Children) telling them what has been given. The gift is then despatched on your teacher's behalf to the developing world.
Gifts for teachers this year include:
School textbook (£6) a football (£11) meal for 70 children (£12) 4 day trips for a child (£12) lessons for 5 children (£20) a school uniform (£20) school dinners for three children (£28) peace scholarship for a child (£28) a school loo (£34)
School uniform (£20) School Shoes (£13) basketball (£8) Brushes and Paint (£20) Dance classes
Set of school textbooks (£12) A school desk (£14) A trip for a child in the UK (£15) School uniform (inc shoes) (£18) Footballs and netballs (£19) A place for a child in a school (£21) One month's teacher training (£22) Bicycle (£39 Equipment for a school (£53) A year's teacher training (£270) A classroom (£625)
Pencils for a School (£9) Five footballs (£16) 100 Exercise Books (£21.00) Sport in a box (£140) School in a box (£160)
So if you are looking for that extra special gift for your teacher this Christmas then visit the following (click to go to the site)