Tuesday, May 14, 2013


These ideas are a little easier than the Class Yearbook I shared yesterday!
Memory Book – Run off copies of a memory book for each child to color and fill in the missing information.  Here are some suggestions:
1st page – “My Memory Book” with teacher’s name, school, year.
2nd page – “This is me.”  (Child draws self –portrait.)
3rd page – “This is my teacher.”  (Child draws teacher’s picture.)
4th page – “Here are my friends.”  (Child draws friends.)
5th page – “My favorite thing at school is...”  (Draws favorite activities.)
6th page – “Something I’ve learned this year…”  (Draws accomplishment.)
7th page – “When I grow up I want to be…”  (Draws future self.)
8th page – “This is my handprint.”  (Trace around child’s hand.)
You could also have children draw their favorite sport, color, book, song, food, etc.

Autograph Book – Cut paper in fourths.  (I like to use colored paper.)  Have children count out 10 pieces.  Hole punch and tie with a ribbon.  Children walk around the room and get their friends’ autographs.  

Movie - Make a video of your students singing, working in centers, and doing other things they 
like best at school.


Take a photo of yourself with each child.  Fill their name in the poem below and
glue it to a card with the photo.  Present it to them the last day with a hug!

You’re a very special person
And (name), you should know
How I loved to be your teacher.
How fast the year did go!
Please come back to visit me
As through the grades you grow.
Try hard to learn all that you can.
There is so much to know!
The one thing I tried to teach you
To last your whole life through,
Is to know that you are special
Just because YOU ARE YOU!