As the school year comes to a close, a school teacher’s To-Do list gets longer. There are so many things to do and very little time. From culminations, report cards, conferences, meetings to packing – one must do it all.
Last year, I wanted to have my students create an end-of-the-year memory book; however, time got in the way and I was not able to create a good template for them to use. This year, the project took a bit longer than I had anticipated, but finally published a Memory Book in Spanish designed for grades K-5. I will be giving two copies away to the first two comments here on my blog. I want to know how you celebrate your end-of-the-year with your students.
The booklets are designed to save paper, so you can get 2 memory books using the amount of paper you would normally use for printing one booklet. Basically all you need to do is print, cut, staple and you are done.