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Wordless Wednesday - {Memory Books}


 
I am linking up with Christina at Sugar and Spice for Wordless Wednesday.

http://secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.com/2014/05/wordless-wednesday-may-28th-im-excited.html


Question of the week:
Do you make memory books, videos or slide shows/cd's
for the end of the year?
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  1. Hello Tammy! I haven't been blogging for a while but I am trying to get back into the swing of it. I do both. I have the students make a memory book and I put a slideshow together for the last day of school. My parents come and watch the show and as they leave with their children for the summer, they all take a DVD copy of it. I really enjoy making the slideshows. Makes me cry every year.
    Tammy

    Mrs. Flickinger's Butterfly Oasis

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  2. It's not really something we do in our school except for the older children who are leaving altogether and going on to different schools - for them we do books and slideshows they can take with them. Each child does have a 'special book' though which we put a few pieces in each year. It builds up from when they were 3 (or when they joined the school) to when the leave at the age of 11. They love seeing it when they get to the end of their time with us and laughing at what they wrote and drew through the years.
    Growing Little Learners

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