End of the Year Memory Book
End of the Year Memory Book
Reflect on your school year with this End-of-the-Year Memory Book, share memories, and have some fun with 29 pages of activities for students!
You’re done with testing, you’ve turned in your textbooks, and the year is almost done! Yikes! What are you going to do for the last few weeks? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!
Reflect on your school year with this End-of-the-Year Memory Book, share memories, and have some fun!
There are 29 pages of activities for students!
Best of all, you can pick and choose the activities you want. If you have a lot of time to fill, do them all! If you only have a day or two, choose the activities you and your students like best instead. Regardless of how busy you are, there is an option that fits your needs.
- Student Cover Pages: There are three different cover page options for students to choose from!
- About Me: Students describe themselves in five words, respond to questions about their future, and tell their favorite things.
- My Awesome Teacher or Terrific Teachers: Students will reflect on their favorite moments with their teacher or teachers. Then they share their best teacher memories, what they’ll miss, etc. Best of all, there are options for solo teachers and teams!
- My Cool Classroom: First, students draw picture of the classroom, share their favorite parts about it, as well as their favorite spots, anchor charts, etc.
- About my Friends: Help students reflect on their favorite friend moments and memories memories as well as share things did together and say to each other!
- A Day in the Life: On this page, students will share their daily routine! They’ll write about what they do before school, in the morning, at lunch, in the afternoon, and after school.
- Oh, How I’ve Grown: For this activity, students will share things they’ve learned and how they’ve grown in each subject!
- Ready to Read: Students will share how they grew as a reader! Then, they will write about their favorite place to read in school and share their favorite books!
- Math Mania: Students will use numbers to respond to questions! They’ll write their age, height, shoe size, pets, favorite number, and bedtime all in numbers!
- Super Science: Students will share what they learned about, how they grew, their favorite experiments, etc.
- Studying Social Studies: Students will share what they learned in social studies. This page asks how they grew, what they won’t forget, and their favorite lesson.
- Something Special: Students will write or draw to share about their favorite memories from their favorite specials (music, art, computers, library, gym, etc.).
- A Real Goal Getter: Students will share one goal they accomplished this year and write an acrostic poem to the word “G-O-A-L-S” to share HOW they achieved it.
- Fields Trips: Students will write about the best field trip, fun field trip memories and reflect on what they learned.
- This Year’s Music Playlist: Students will reflect on the top songs of the year, the best song out now, and share some of their favorite songs to dance to, sing to, etc.
- A Look at Today: In this activity, students will write to take a snapshot of the day. They will share the current president, news headline, a big event, their address, the best movie out right now, the cost of gas, the top song, a popular game, etc.
- Here Comes the Sun: Students will share about all the things that they’d like to do this summer including books they’d like to read and places they’d like to visit!
- Goodbye for Now: On this page, students write about the things that they will miss most about the year and draw a picture to share the memory.
- Memories: There are 3 different memory pages that allow students to share their memories from the year in unique ways. Do them all, or pick the ones that fit best for your class.
- Going Into the Next Grade: On this page, students will share what they are excited about for next year, questions they have, what they are nervous about, their goals, etc.
- Signature Page: No memory book is complete without a signature page. Looking back on old yearbook messages is the BEST! Make sure to give some students some time to share signatures and write messages to each other.
- Teacher Letter: Offer each student praise and encouragement on a great year! Nothing feels better than looking back on a letter from your teacher :)
**A digital version is also included for use with Google Classroom.**
With the digital version, you have the option to go 100% paperless.
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Thank you, and enjoy!
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