Now that the holiday season has ended, here comes a whole bunch of other holidays where you’d need to give gifts.

If you have kids of your own, they probably have more than enough toys than they (and you) can handle.

Plus, their taste in toys changes over time. You know that those would just pile up in boxes in the garage.

So here’s an idea: why don’t you give them useful learning materials instead? And because educational gifts aren’t age-restrictive, you can give them to anyone in your family.

Here are three useful educational gifts you can give to your child for the next big occasion:

1.      Tutoring Services

If your little kiddo is having some trouble keeping up in school, a little help wouldn’t hurt. And it’s nothing to be ashamed of either. Even at a very young age, kids already have too much on their plate with school works and extracurricular activities.

We’ve been through the same. We know that it just gets harder over time.

In this area, tutorial services like Preply can help your kid to learn math at their own pace here preply.com/en/skype/math-tutors.

This is extremely beneficial because according to The Telegraph, half the kids find Math to be too difficult or too boring. Grades aren’t the most important thing in the world, but it’s important that children to have a strong foundation on that subject.

Coupled with other useful learning materials such as worksheets, your kid would get right back on track. This is great even for those who are doing well. Let their interest in it grow.

Plus, you can’t be too advanced, right?

2.      Books

No matter what it’s about, all books are still very educational. Aside from fostering their creative spirits, they get to learn new words.

Reading also comes with a lot of perks like having stronger reading skills and even better math scores according to National Education Association. These are things they’d benefit from for life.

Find out what your kid might get interested in and buy books about that. Even better, take them to your local bookstore and let them pick a few on their own. That way, you’re sure they’re going to read them.

With all the distractions we have today, fewer and fewer children read for fun anymore. As responsible parents, it’s time we take a stand and make reading cool again.

3.      Summer Camps

Summer is just a few months away now, and our children would have three homework-free and fun-filled months.

Unless you plan to take them to the beach every day, they’d just be staring at the TV or their laptop until August. So instead of letting your children spend their free time unproductively, give them school year-end educational gifts like a summer camp. Summer camps let your little ones have fun and learn at the same time.

There is a lot to choose from nowadays, and one that interests your kid is just out there. And because they get to hang around kids their age, they can develop their social-emotional skills which have been positively correlated with educational and career success.

 

We all want to see our children succeed in life, right? Meaningful gifts will always be a part of big occasions, and giving them the gift of learning makes it even more special. Although there’s no guarantee what would happen, useful learning materials and resources can take them steps closer to their goal. And it’s never too early to start, so what are you waiting for? Take charge and guide your child down the path to a richer and fuller life now.

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