End of Year Project: Create a Memory Scrapbook Keepsake
Your students will love creating this end of the year class memory book! It's sure to be a special keepsake for years to come!
The end of the school year is here! This is a creative and fun end of the year project for students to work on during those last days of the school year.
Students complete, color, and decorate 19 reflection pages about the best school year ever! It's perfect to use with multiple grade levels because there are cover pages for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and even a Star Student Cover!
All pages are in black and white for students to complete, color, and make their own end of the year memory book! I have included a colored option so your students can focus on the writing activities!
Here's what's included:
✔The Best Year Ever Cover (5 versions)
✔When I Grow Up
✔Words are Powerful (words that describe me!)
✔My School Rocks (girl and boy versions)
✔Here's My Teacher (Mrs., Ms., and Mr. versions)
✔My Favorite Things
✔Moments of Pride
✔The Best Books (girl and boy versions)
✔I'm a Star Writer
✔I'm a Star Mathematician
✔I'm a Star Historian
✔I'm a Star Scientist
✔The Best Field Trip
✔And even a Letter From My Teacher
✔For Elementary Grades - First grade, Second grade, Third grade, and Fourth grade
I take a picture of the students during the first week of the school year and again during the last weeks of school to add to the "Introducing Me!" page. When the pages are completed, I add some writing pieces and other saved project work to add to the book. Then I laminate the front and back covers and use the binding machine to bind it into a book. Don't miss out on this amazing keepsake for students and parents to remember the best year ever!
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