Smart gifts to help students survive

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(NAPS)—Heading off to college can be exciting, nerve-racking and even intimidating—but you can help your favorite student enjoy it more. Whether the students you care about are miles away from home or states away, you can let them know you’re thinking about them as they start preparing for their new life.

Smart Cookies

(NAPS)—Heading off to college can be exciting, nerve-racking and even intimidating—but you can help your favorite student enjoy it more. Whether the students you care about are miles away from home or states away, you can let them know you’re thinking about them as they start preparing for their new life.

Smart Cookies

To help ease the transition, you can start by sending delicious cookies. For example, the Cheryl’s A+ Smart Cookie Box is brimming with buttercream-frosted apple cutout cookies. The assortment also includes sweet owl cookies, a crunchy hand-decorated sugar cookie, and foil-wrapped chocolates. This decadent cookie gift can also be a great gift for a great teacher. It’s available at www.Cheryls.com.

Late Night Snack

You can give your student a terrific midnight snack from The Popcorn Factory. 

The University of Snacks Snack Stash is packed with mini pretzels, chocolate chip cookies and delicious Cheese, White Cheddar, Sour Green Apple and Buffalo Ranch popcorn. For more details, visit www.thepopcornfactory.com.

Blooming with Excitement

Help your student grow to love school with a 1-800-Flowers.com a-DOG-able® arrangement. It’s handcrafted from fresh white carnations and bright yellow poms. This adorable puppy arrives on a rex-usable dog bed basket with pencils and an apple for the teacher. For additional information, visit www.1800flowers.com.

Easing college students’ transition with something sweet, something memorable and something truly original can help them know they’re loved and supported by the entire family.

Learn More

For more gift ideas for celebrating Back to School, visit www.1800flowers.com, www.cheryls.com and www.thepopcornfactory.com.

Smart gifts to help students survive