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Cheap Graduation Gift Idea: Signed Dr Suess Book

I have to do this for J man! If I only knew about this 14 years ago for my oldest two.

Note to go along with Oh the Places You'll Go when you give it to the teacher to explain your graduation tradition each year. Great idea!!

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Floating Hearts Sterling Silver Personalized Initial Necklaces Set

We love this set of personalized sterling silver engraved heart necklaces and cut out heart shaped pendant necklace. Select from 1 to 4 engraved initial heart necklaces and heart pendant.

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Oh The Places You'll Go

At the end of each school year, have each of your child's teachers sign a copy of Oh, the Places You'll Go and give your son or daughter the signed book as a high school graduation gift.

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67 Books Every Geek Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10

67 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10. This is a great list.

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20 Pillow Talk Questions for Your and Your Child

sweet questions to ask a child at bedtime to encourage building your relationship. love these.

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Toddler Time: Tearing Paper

I Can Teach My Child

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50 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Child

50 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Child...... It looks like I have read or heard at least 40 of these. the others might have been read aloud at some point but I don't recollect them.

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Now, That's Quotable!

Create your child's own quote book. OMG. Starting now

I give this book to my children as a College Graduation gift. But I love this other pinners idea! She wrote: Secretly have your children's teachers, coaches, etc. write notes, poems and/or inspirational sayings at the end of each school year, then present to them at their high school graduation! beckasten

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Tool Me Tuesday: Jail The Kiddos Clutter

Absolutely brilliant!!! Clutter Jail, what a great idea! If the kids leave it out, it goes in the clutter jail and they have to draw a card out of the community chest and complete the task to get their stuff back. Free printables!