Dr. Seuss’ Oh, The Places You’ll Go! is a great read. His wonderfully wise graduation speech for children starting out in the world, be they preschool, high school, or college grads! With his trademark use of humorous verse and illustrations, Dr. Seuss addresses the ups and downs life presents while encouraging readers to find the success that lies within them all. It is perhaps best known for the line, "Will you succeed? Yes, you will indeed. (98¾% guaranteed.)"
A graduation gift should not only reward the hard work for a diploma, but it should inspire greater success as they enter into the next chapter of their lives.
Heading off to college is an unforgettable experience. Make sure they're prepared for campus life with dorm room essentials that make great graduation gifts. College graduates can use things to get them ready for the business world-trade in the dorm room for a boardroom.
'Tis the season for caps and gowns, diplomas, and standing ovations. Whether you're attending a high school or college graduation this spring, celebrate post-ceremony with a gift that's sure to delight the overachiever in your life.
- Money - Money is a one-size fits all gift that is appreciated by everyone. Check out Pinterest for some unique ways to give ca$h.
- Jewelry - Jewelry or a watch provides your graduate with something lovely to wear on the special day as well as a lasting keepsake for years to come.
- Leather goods - A briefcase or a backpack is a necessary accessory.
- Tech accessories - Get an accessory for any of the grad's electronic devices.
- Camera - A camera can document the new adventures of the graduate.
- Organizating items - Get these items to organize your dorm and your life.
- Alarm clock - The grad will need to wake up in the morning.
- Photo Frame - Preserve a memory of the day and a place to put the tassle.
- Sweet treats - Personalized M&M's with the grad's face and school colors.
- Gift Cards - Another great gift that allows the graduate to pick out what they need.
What will you be giving as graduation gifts to the class of 2013? Let us know on LongIsland.com Forum.