End of Year Memory Book {Free Printable}

As the end of the school year approaches it’s time to make a simple keepsake – like end of year memory book!

Just think how fun it will be to look back at this one in a couple of years?

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End of School Year Memory Book Free Printable

Have the kids make this fun memory book – there are quite a few pages where they will be drawing and writing about themselves, school experiences, their teacher and their schoolmates.

I made a separate printable for “friends” as I had two ideas on how to go about that – one is to have the classmates make a small auto portrait (6 per page) and write down their name and the other is where each student gets two pages – one to draw themselves and write down their name and the other where they write down the words that describe them.

All pages are in black and white so there’s much room for creativity – kids can trace the borders to give them more life, color in the letters…

Once this little project is done I recommend you laminate front and back page (or all) to make sure they will be fun to look back at for years to come.

Print this End Of Year Memory Book Freebie

And for friends/classmates print this End Of School Year Friends

End of Year Memory Book

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5 thoughts on “End of Year Memory Book {Free Printable}”

  1. Dear Andreja,
    I love these ideas, especially what the child will miss most about school. Oftentimes, it seems we only look forward to school being over instead of realizing its highlights.
    One request, though: would you mind reposting this and changing the favorite book part to read “My favorite book is”, please? It currently has books plural with the singular verb.
    Many thanks!
    Jennifer

    • Thanks for spotting that and letting me know – I’ve missed it when proofreading :). It has been changed.

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