Sweets are of course allowed, and Peres has an interest in saying explicitly that the kaniin will not apply on Shabbat, but from the main point of the law there is a reason to allow it even without it if it is consumed for the child to learn, since it is for the purpose of a mitzvah.
The wording of the gift will not be that the property will apply after Shabbat but that the property will not apply now.
Sources: regarding food, see Shaq, and regarding a gift and the need for a mitzvah, see Shu SC, and regarding a small study if it is considered a mitzvah, see the above-mentioned section in the Shu'a, and regarding the advice not to merit, see Rabbi Asad Okh Peg.
Regarding the wording according to the contract, you will record a document.
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