Looking for an engaging end of the year resource that helps students to reflect on their school year? This End of the Year Memory Book is the perfect upper elementary activity!
Your students will LOVE this multi-purpose end of the year task cards and memory book resource that can be done DIGITALLY or with traditional pencil and paper!
There are three different ways you can use this end of the year memory book:
- Google Slides Collaborative Memory Book: There are 32 slides that each have a different memory book component. Prompts include a wide variety of tasks, ranging from writing scripts, designing advertisements, creating games, interviewing friends, etc. all with an end of the year theme focusing on memories from the school year. I suggest assigning ONE slide to each student, then compiling them to create a !
- Printable PDF Pages for Collaborative Memory Book: You can print these nearly blank pages out (only the prompt remains) and students can create their memory book pages. You can create a collaborative memory book, or let students select the pages they'd like to include in their own book and print.
- Task Cards: 32 fun and engaging End of the Year Memories Task Cards for students to complete that will get them thinking about their school year! I gave out one to each of my students to complete, and then we ended up with a beautiful bulletin board of all of our class memories in a wide variety of formats. There are varying tasks to meet the different challenge levels and learning styles of students. Unlike other task cards, I would not recommend trying to have your students do every single card– they might get “memoried out”! 🙂
PLEASE NOTE: All of the prompts are nearly identical on all three formats.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My class loved using this at the end of the year. Students completed a few pages a day during the last week of school and they loved it. They turned out great.” – Razzle Dazzle in Fifth
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I loved using this at the end of the year. Students completed a page each day for the last few weeks of school and we put all the pages together on the last day! They turned out really cute!” – Samantha D.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students loved this! I cut up the cards and posted them around the room. I also had a few students learning from home and I was able to send some of these to them and use them digitally as well” – Ashley M.
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