Kindergarten Memory Book | End of the Year Memory Book

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The Printable Princess
Grade Levels
PreK - 1st
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90 pages
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This was a great resource to use at the end of the school year. It gave the chance for students to reflect and share time as a community as they shared their favorite parts of K.
My new favorite end of year project to do with my class. This was easy, and the kids LOVED did their parents!


Memory books are a perfect way to gather student opinions and experiences throughout the year. Plus it serves as a sweet memento for students to look back on. This memory book was designed specifically for Kindergarten and first grade students. The pages are kid-friendly with large spaces for drawing and larger dotted lines for writing.

Students will just need pencils and crayons to complete the pages. There are five cover page options included: PreK, Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and one generic cover which would work for any grade level. All pages are in black and white to save on color ink {and to allow students to color the pictures and add their own personal touch!}

Each page focuses on only one theme such as my school, recess, a special day, class parties, etc. Theme pages are offered with differentiated options so that you can pick which lay-out works best for your students. Pages range from drawing a picture only, a picture and a simple written response, or a drawing and lines for a sentence or two.

You do not need to use all of the pages in this book. There are several options and differentiated levels included in this resource. Pick the topics and levels that work best for you and your class.

To create the memory book I would suggest that you complete only one page per day. First select the page that you will be working on. Next, as a group, have students brainstorm a list of ideas surrounding that theme or topic. This is a super important step to refresh student’s memories. Record or draw their ideas for them to refer to.

You can staple the pages together or use a binding machine to create the books.

The following themes/pages are included

Cover Pages (5 options) PreK, Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and one generic cover

All About Me

This is Me

First Day of School

Last Day of School (2 Options)

My Favorites

I Am Happy / Things that Make Me Happy

By the Numbers

Design/Decorate a Class Shirt

My School (2 Options)

My Classroom

A Map of My Classroom

My Teacher (4 Options)

My Principal (2 Options)

My Assistant Principal (2 Options)

You’re Special (2 Options)

My Friends (2 Options)

My Classmates

Our Class Picture (2 Options)

Our Class List (2 Options)

I Can Read

Favorite Book (2 Options)

I am Proud of Me (3 Options)

Lunch Time (3 Options)

The Best Class Party

Our Class Pet (2 Options)

Recess (2 Options)

Field Trip (4 Options)

What a Day {Special Day} (2 Options)

Specials: Art Class (2 Options)

Specials: Music Class (2 Options)

Specials: Me at P.E. (2 Options)

Specials: At the Library (2 Options)

Specials: Fun at Special (2 Options)

A Trip to the School Nurse (2 Options)

In School I Learned (3 Options)

In Reading I Learned (3 Options)

In Math I Learned (3 Options)

I Can Write Uppercase Letters

I Can Write Lowercase Letters

I Can Write Numbers to 20

In Science I Learned

Fun in Social Studies

Looking Ahead {to Next Year} (2 Options)

When I Grow Up

Autographs from Classmates

A Note From My Teacher (2 Options)

Summer Bucket List / Plans (5 Options)

Total Pages
90 pages
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