9 Back-to-School Traditions to Document Educational Milestones

With the anticipation of “back to school” upon us, moms everywhere are in preparation mode. We’re buying backpacks, planning lunches and are ready to execute those back-to-school traditions that we hold dear. Here are 9 BTS traditions that my family loves. We hope you do, too!
Back-to-School Photo Traditions
Take the traditional BTS photo traditions to a new level with a detailed focus on what you aim to document. Here are three simple perspectives when shooting your traditional back-to-school photos.
1. Track your child’s growth: Use an easel, instead of a handheld board, to document your child’s growth — and take the picture in front of the easel. As you continue the tradition over time, your child’s height will also be documented. Even if you don’t have an easel, shoot the image next to the same tree or other visual marker instead of a blank wall.
2. Write a statement: Actually, document your child’s statement! Ask the same question before and after the school year and see how her response changes. Our question is “What makes you excited about school?” — and her answers always fill my heart. Add the answers to your BTS photo traditions.
3. Include their favorites: We love books, so I keep our tradition based on my daughter’s favorite literary influence, but photographing your child with his favorite book, toy or activity is a simple BTS photo tradition that will further help document his development.

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