SLR for the more romantic or pro photographers
iphones are fantastic for snaps but there’s nothing quite like an SLR for distance or shooting moving people. They’re just that much quicker and sharper.
Check out an entry level Nikon or Canon for around $500-$600. Ideally buy an additional lens that can vary from 20-200mm zoom
People who’ve done this say it rocks!
Most cooking schools only run classes in the holidays for kids. Given they can be expensive for a series, it’s a great group gift and great for parents too.
Here’s a few to check out near you.
Accoutrement – Mosman
Kids Love to Cook in Sydney – Parramatta, Hills District, Sutherland Shire, Inner West, and the Macarthur areas of Sydney.
Running classes throughout the year across different locations in Sydney. Kids learn to make different food each session. From fresh pasta to Minion themed cupcakes. Around $30/session.
Luscious Affairs – Tooronga Road, Melbourne
This school positions itself as teaching serious cooking for teens “no chocolate crackles”. Think:
5. Voucher to a favourite store
Kids know their favourites. Ask them, organise for friends to chip online via with GroupTogether.com. We do the reminding and collecting you you son’t get left short. Then we send you the money to buy a voucher from wherever they like. We’ll supply the group card with everyone’s pics and messages to make it personal. Here’s some suggestions:
The video that you attach to your head, helmet, surfboard, bike and whoosh – action video!
Starts from about $550 from JB Hifi
8. Special sports gear
There’s a big difference between the sports gear from Target and the premium brand stuff at specialty stores. One good piece will perform better and last longer. Ask them what they’d love!
Here’s a list of awesome gift ideas that are hot among our group gifters.
1. Ask them without asking them
Why not give them what they really want. Here’s just a few
As a youth, your coach is more than just a mentor.
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