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What are Gifts that Pay for College?
Kids want fun things that they are interesting to them.
Parents want educated children without going broke or crazy.
Colleges want “passion” and delight directed learning.
Give gifts that will increase the fun factor in school, help colleges appreciate your student, allow you to maintain your sanity, or save enough time of money to help you afford the cost of college.
Gifts that pay for college can mean…
Check out these articles and gift suggestions, so that you can give great gifts that will help pay for college in the future!
Gifts to Encourage Specialization
Articles: 3 Must-Have High School Electives
Encouraging Delight Directed Learning at the High School Level.
Resources: The Great Course
“How to Listen to and Understand Great Music”
“Calculus Made Clear”
Home Science Tools
Gifts to Fuel a Love of Learning
Articles: Games Across the Curriculum: Christmas Gift Suggestions
Play Your Way to a Great Vocabulary
Physical Education Outside the Box
Gifts to Fuel a Love of Learning: resources and suggestions by subject area
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