Want something to keep your kids busy at the end of the year but keeps them engaged and thinking? This A-Z "Yearbook" is designed for just that reason! Included with a planning guide, each letter of the alphabet gets its own page. "A is for _________" will be filled in by the student with a picture box and lines beneath for illustrations and explanations. Students can use the glossaries and indexes in their textbooks to decide on what the letter should stand for. For example, if the student chose, "A is for Alliteration," then they would write an alliteration in the box, draw a picture to match, and then describe on the lines below what alliteration means. There is a planning page from A-Z where you and your class can decide what each letter stands for or you can let the students come up with the words on their own. If they come up with their own words, I always have them bring the planning guide to me to check before I let them start on their yearbook. I encourage them to be specific...instead of "G is for Grammar," I would steer them towards "L is for Linking Verb." This really forces them to remember the concepts they learned during the school year. I allow them to use words from all subject areas! This is SUCH a fun activity and a great keepsake for them! I left it as a Microsoft Word document so you can change the grade level and year on the front cover. I usually copy the cover on card-stock and let them decorate it when they are done. I hope you enjoy!