Plan to have a school memory book keepsake ready for the end of this coming school year! My son has completed his final year of preschool! Hooray! This particular graduation of sorts is just the first of many to come. Feeling a bit emotional about the commencement of the preschool years, I thought it would be neat to start a keepsake school memory book. The perfect book of choice? Oh The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss!
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I am not the crafty sort, and I wanted a school memory book that would be easy to keep looking nice for years to come. We already have a copy of Oh The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss that we enjoy reading together. I thought a brand new copy would be perfect for his teachers and coaches to leave a note about their time with my son. This memory book would be perfect for an influential people in your kid’s life to sign.
Have the important people in your kid’s life leave a message for future years to come.
Instead of using the copy I already have, I purchased the second one to keep safe. That way I will have a clean memory book to share with his future teachers, educators, coaches, therapists, and mentors. What a wonderful memory book to look back on for a high school or college graduation gift.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO TO MARK THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR
Make sure to write on each and every page over the years! It will be so fun to look back! You could also include a start of school and end of school interview to really keep track of the changes. Also this Thank You Teacher printable would be a nice idea for your kids to present to their teachers!
Make sure to put your memory book in a safe place like an archival picture box and set a calendar reminder to take it out again the following year. I imagine you could use it all year long for the special people you meet along the way. I also added a picture or two sent home from school to remember just how much he has grown over the years.
Place the memory book, pictures, and any other school items or favorite drawings you want to preserve in an archival box. You will have a box full of memories.
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