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I am so pleased with the results of our Memory book.  Here are a few examples of a completed book.











Isn't it darling?  It will definitely be a keepsake.

If you'd like one, get it here.


Tomorrow is our last day!!!  Yea!  Dismissal is at noon! I will miss this special class but I am ready to be a mom full time.



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  1. Love your memory book ... it is very darling! I make one for my K/1 students, but you have a few different things that I will probably incorporate in mine ... Thanks for sharing!

    Sachie - St. Ann's Academy
    Wasilla, Alaska

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  2. The memory book can't download-It says it can't find it.

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  3. really awesome collection :)

    thanks for shearing Father's Day poems with us! :)

    Regards
    siddharth solanki
    - fathersday-2014.net

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  4. I totally love it! One year I taught K. except for 2 afternoon classes when I had Seniors. I had each fillout a questionnaire as a memory my last yr. Wish I'd had this!

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