Youngsters in one family learn an old American tradition

Are you old enough to remember going to a drive-in movie?

An Ohio woman is sharing the experience with people way too young to know.

Over the weekend, her aunt -- Sherry Pratt -- built a drive-in for the numerous children in their extended family.

Jessie shared several photos on her Twitter page.

They show about a dozen cardboard boxes made to look like cars with names of the children in the family written on the back on tags, made to look like license plates.

Popcorn, chocolates, gummy candy, and chicken nuggets were provided for the kids to munch on while they watched the movie -- what else? -- Cars 2.

Jessie's original tweet has racked up tens of thousands of retweets.