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End-of-the-Year Memory Books

June 3, 2017

The end of the school year may bring a lot of chaos, but it also brings such a sweet time of reflection. One of my favorite things to do at the end of the year was have my kiddos complete a memory book. I wanted to know how they felt about all the things we did through the year so that I could reflect on myself as a teacher and the curriculum I had chosen for them. I had a hard time finding exactly what I wanted, so of course I created one of my own!

What’s Included?

This set includes 13 pages – 12 of which I put together in the memory book and 1 letter to the class coming up next year.

Memories included:

1) Cover page

2) This year in Math…

3) This year in Social Studies…

4) This year in Music…

5) In the cafeteria…

6) At recess…

7) My favorite field trip…

8) This year in Art…

9) This year in P.E….

10) This year in Reading…

11) This year in Science…

12) My teacher…

 How Do I Use This?

All of the pages in this set are on their own slide. This way, you can choose which pages you want to print and how you want to print them. To save paper (and make the memory book small and adorable!) I print mine with 2 slides per page and front and back. If you want to print yours to look like mine in the picture, be sure to print front-and-back with the option of flipping along the short side. Simply layer your pages, staple together, and you have the cutest little booklet! I love printing this way because it turns 12 pieces of paper into just 3! Your copier and “print allowance” will certainly be grateful!

I hope your kiddos enjoy reviewing the school year and give you lots of insights on how to make your next school year even better than this year!

Happy Summer, y’all!

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