Oh, The Places You’ll Go – End Of The School Year Tradition

dr seussSeveral years ago I  purchased two copies of the Dr. Seuss book Oh, the Places You’ll Go to use as a new tradition with my two youngest boys (Caleb and Nate-no).  At the end of each school year I have their school teachers write a little note inside these books to them. When they graduate from High School I will present the filled book to them and allow others to sign it at their graduation party.

I came up with this idea as I was looking at the copy of this book given to my #1 Son (Stephen Jr) when he graduated from Kindergarten. The giver had signed the book with a little note to him. It’s too late to now to have all of Stephen Jr’s teachers sign his copy – he graduated from High School in 2008. But, there is still time for a new tradition for the 2 youngest boys. Now to just remember to have their teachers sign it each year.

* You can start this at any grade or age.

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One Response

  1. This. Is. Amazing.
    I LOVE this kind of stuff! My 7YO is ending the 1st grade, but I still have access to her Kindergarten and pre-school teacher. My 3YO starts preschool next year. So I’m not behind at all! This is such a great idea. I love heirlooms as they span generations. This is a special item that will span their entire schooling while at home. I’m buying three copies today for each of my little learners. Thanks again!

    The Cheeky Daddy

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