My students loved making end-of-the-year memory booklets. Honestly, as a teacher, I sort of dreaded the project. It wasn’t because I disliked the activity; it was really all about my end-of-the-year scramble to get everything else accomplished. That’s why, when I saw this idea in a past issue of The Mailbox magazine, I knew it must be shared!
The idea is super simple. All you need is a supply of booklet page templates. Every few days, have students respond to an end-of-the-year prompt by drawing and writing (or dictating for you to write). When the last week of the school year arrives—and it will before you know it—the class memory booklets are close to completion!
What types of pages do you include in a class memory booklet? Please share!