It’s drawing close to the end of the school year and it’s time to think about how you can create a yearbook or a teacher thank you gift with Shutterfly photo books. A couple of examples recently caught my eye that I wanted to share.
KarenY205’s Zero the Hero recognized a classroom volunteer that visits each classroom on days that end in ‘0’. This book captures some of his antics in pictures and combines them with remembrances from the students who have enjoyed his engaging lessons.
HeidiR37’s Wii Mii Project Album is a book created to raise money at a school auction. Each child gets a spread with a photo, self-portrait and information sheet they had filled out, as well as a Mii character. Not everyone will have the time to capture all of these different elements, but a portrait of each child along with a simple memory about the year may be attainable with the time left in the school year.
Finally Being a Teacher Makes a Difference is a beautifully digi-scrapped tribute to a teacher with quotes and poems about how teachers can make a difference.
Inspired? Have ideas for how you will be using photo books at the end of the school year to recognize a teacher, remember special classroom projects, or raise money? Let us know by commenting on this article.