What are beautiful and popular gifts?
Reading is one of the most important skills a school child learns in the first year of school. That’s why books are probably one of the most popular gift ideas for school enrolment. First reading books are usually written in large letters and filled with many illustrations. The books usually tell adventure or horse stories and many stories about school enrolment and school in general.
Practical water bottles or pretty lunch boxes are also wonderful gifts for school children. Even the first purse can be a nice gift for a first grader. Filled with a bit of pocket money, the first grader can buy a chocolate bar or chewing gum at the school kiosk.
Safety is particularly important on the way to school, so funny reflectors for school bags, clothing or bicycles can also be a popular gift. Stylish desk pads with world maps or horse motifs make the child’s desk look even more colourful and attractive. Another gift idea for school enrolment is an ABC-poster with animal motifs or a poster in which the numbers one to nine are visualized with the help of animals. Not only do posters look beautiful, but they are also pedagogically valuable. Personalized pens, which can be engraved with the child’s first and last name, are also a great gift for school enrolment.
Books and exercise books can be labelled quickly and easily with a personalised address stamp or personalised name stickers. Address labels can also be attached to lunch boxes, water bottles and gym bags, so there will certainly be no confusion.
School children’s T-shirts for the first day of school are also a very individual and neat gift. In the child’s favourite colours and motifs, this can be a nice surprise in the morning. A very useful gift is the DUDEN Primary School Dictionary, which presents the knowledge in a stimulating, funny and easy to understand way.
If the child wants toys as gifts for school enrolment, then parents should buy toys with “purpose”. This means that the toy should stimulate the imagination of the child. Toys should encourage children to try something out or to assemble it. Every toy that encourages the imagination of a child is a valuable toy. The first grader may be challenged a little before something succeeds, e.g. the assembly of a toy. This is the only way to learn to try out different approaches. Toys that encourage interaction with other children or parents are also useful gifts.