Skip an expensive yearbook and make a school memory book for autographs with a free printable end of the year school memory book.
When I was growing up, yearbooks were for high school. Getting to high school and being able to purchase a yearbook was a big deal. I was a little surprised when my kids started school that even elementary schools offer yearbooks, which aren’t cheap.
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Much to my children’s dismay, I was not about to spend $50 on a yearbook for Kindergarten and 2nd grade. After digging a little, I discovered that the real reason they wanted a yearbook was to get their friends’ autographs. I tried to pass off a little notebook as an autograph memory book but they weren’t going for it. So instead, we created a cute autograph book cover.
To make the autograph book, sign up for our newsletter to get the free printable in your email. Once you get it, download and then print out the covers. Both covers are on 1 sheet so you can choose one or make two. Printing the covers on card stock will make the cover sturdier. The cover is half of a standard piece of white copy paper.
Once the covers are printed, make the autograph book. Cut regular copy paper in half and staple the cover on. I cut another sheet of card stock in half to make the back. Done! Now your kids have an autograph book to capture their friends’ signatures – and phone numbers for summer playdates.
This is such a lovely idea. We do memory books at the end of the year too.
Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).
Wishing you a lovely evening.
That’s so cute!! What a fun memento to end the school year, and cheaper than a yearbook!
Thanks for sharing at #everythingkids!
This is a great idea.
Amanda Nel says
Very neat graphics! I just love it.