Let's decide what criteria you can evaluate a gift and understand what is generally considered a good gift.
If the student's wishes are unknown, you must rely on his interests and the three main qualities of the gift:
- it brings joy;
- it benefits;
- this is something that a person is unlikely to buy for himself.
Most stationery and souvenirs that are given to schoolchildren do not fit this formula. Children already have beautiful notebooks; plastic toys can hardly be considered useful. Even colored pencils and paints are already there, and complete sets for creativity will cost significantly more.
Suppose this is a gift up to 9 USD - the cost of a cup of coffee or several trips by public transport. You can already find something interesting, and the amount is available to the family at any income level.
Someone may object that a gift of 9 USD cannot be considered a gift at all.
The Magic Edges kit is suitable for gifts for boys and girls. If you still do not know if your student likes such leisure time - 9 USD is not a big loss. The worst thing that can happen is that the gift will not be to your taste.
And if you like it, you can easily please him with gifts for 9 USD and more. The polyhedra will be enough for many holidays ahead. Polyhedrons do not require additional costs. For assembly, you need only glue. As a rule, schoolchildren already have it. Therefore, creativity can begin immediately.
Polyhedra are a subject of the mathematical world and are sold only in specialized mathematical stores.
© polyhedr.com 11/05/2020
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