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05/12/10: Schools are preparing to shut their doors for summer - and children everywhere are looking forward to the three month break after finishing another year of schooling. Regardless of whether your little one is completing kindergarten or finishing fifth grade, surprise your kid with a trinket to demonstrate how proud you are of his or her accomplishment.
Purchasing a present to commemorate the end of another school year can help children appreciate their scholastic achievements. They will be proud of their academic success, and be filled with joy that you recognized them as well.
Consider a gift that will serve youngsters well in summertime. Lawn games and sports equipment may encourage children to stay active during their academic off season, and may help to keep them from becoming couch potatoes.
Those going away to overnight camp may enjoy a stuffed animal to take with them (and remind them of home) or card games they can play with their cabin mates.
Celebrating your child's academic achievements can help them take pride in their accomplishments. Save money on the gifts by using promotional codes at retailers like eToys.com and FAO Schwarz upon check out.
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