Graduation Day is a big to-do for families and communities. Here are some great ideas to help make the day special for you and your child - from great gift suggestions, to party ideas, to expert advice on dealing with the transition.
Graduation Gift Ideas
Looking for gifts for middle school grads? Here are eight ideas to send them onto high school in style.
Here are 10 cool ideas for the high school graduate--from college dorm must-haves to experiential gifts he'll remember for a lifetime.
Add a creative and personal touch to graduation gifts with this clever character clip that's perfect for securing cards to gift boxes.
Stumped for the perfect gift for your grad? These six books take kids from grade school to grown-up with insights that will stay with them for years.
Graduation Party Ideas
There was a point in time when parents were graduates too! Celebrate your child's graduation by throwing a "throw back" party that pays homage to the year you graduated.
Help your child pay homage to her years of hard work in school as she celebrates the next step in her academic life. Throw her a Remember When Graduation Party!
A three-course breakfast menu to start the day of graduation off right! Make your grad feel special with this delicious set of recipes.
Throw a kindergarten graduation party with an "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" theme.
Graduation Crafts & Activities
For a fun activity that will have lasting effects, make this time capsule with your high school child, to be opened after college graduation.
When it comes to scrapbooking, you don't have to splurge. Help your teen preserve senior year memories on the cheap by turning cereal boxes into scrapbook pages.
Family activities are constant, so documenting these memories may seem like extra work. But you can transform this task into a creative pastime by crafting a family yearbook.
Whatever topic it was that made your teen want to put her thinking cap on, this activity helps her celebrate her favorite subject with a twist-on-a-classic yearbook.
Graduation 101 for Parents & Kids
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