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Start this keepsake idea now for your children


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For teachers, signing the book is a way to leave a lasting impact on their students. It allows them to offer words of encouragement, share their pride and admiration, and express their hopes for the students' future success. It is a gesture that goes beyond the classroom and shows that teachers genuinely care about their students' growth and well-being. It can also be a meaningful way for teachers to reflect on their own teaching journey and the impact they have made on their students' lives.

How to Start the Tradition: Starting the tradition of having teachers sign the book is simple and can be done at any grade level. Here are some steps to get you started:

  1. Present the book to your child's teacher at the beginning of the school year or as soon as possible. Include a note explaining the tradition and the significance behind it. Be sure to provide enough time for all the teachers to sign the book throughout the school year.

  2. Encourage teachers to write a personalized message in the book, sharing their thoughts, encouragement, and well wishes for your child's future. They can sign their name, include their title, and even add a date if they wish.

  3. Repeat the process each year, from preschool to 12th grade, until your child graduates from high school. Be sure to keep the book in a safe place and remind teachers each year to sign it.

  4. Finally, present the signed book to your child as a high school graduation gift. This sentimental keepsake will be a cherished memento of their educational journey and the impact their teachers have had on their lives.



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Thank you so much, it's a great idea. I can't wait for my daughter's books arrive. =)

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I am so excited for you to start this! Can't wait for your book to come in. Have an amazing rest of the week. -Kara

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