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    Keep as an idea for One Day! secretly have every teacher (from Pre-k to senior year) sign this book, and give to your child as a surprise on their graduation. If we live in America

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    • Christy Kramer

      each school year have your child's teacher sign the book and give it to your child for a graduation gift. Other baby shower gift ideas as well.

    • Susan Leffler-Reed

      This would make a great shower gift with idea attached. Secretly have every teacher (from k to senior year...or just the high school years) sign this book, and give to your child as a surprise on their graduation.

    • Patricia D

      What a great Graduation Gift...Start early though. Have your child's teacher sign the book "Oh The Places You'll Go" at the end of each school year from Pre-School to High School Graduation and then give it to him or her at their graduation. Also makes a great baby shower gift!!

    • Aubrey Kneller

      Oh, the Places You'll Go! Have your child's teachers sign this book at the end of each year (secretly) and give it to him/her at high school graduation!! Great baby shower gift idea!!

    • Courtney Timms

      At the end of each school year (K5-12) have your child's teacher sign it. Give it as a high school graduation gift. LOVE this idea especially since it's one of my favorite books!!

    • Ana P

      At the end of each school year, have the teacher sign this book. Then give it as a graduation gift from high school.

    • Lalena Hernandez

      Each school year have every teacher sign "Oh, The Places You'll Go",by Dr. Suess, and give to your child as a high school graduation gift. I actually started mine in Preschool.

    • Kimberly

      My favorite Baby Shower Gift! Tell the mommy to be: "Have your child's teacher sign the Dr. Suess book "Oh The Places You'll Go" at the end of each school year and then give it to him/ her as a gift at their high school graduation". -As a preschool teacher I'm in love with this gift!

    • Kim Craft

      “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” end of school-year tradition

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