Tips for Making an Elementary School Yearbook

 

5 Things to Consider When Creating a Yearbook

Create a yearbook to help your child preserve their educational memories.  From the first day of class to the last field trip, put together a book than can be enjoyed by all the students!  Here are a few tips for making the process seamless.

5 Things to Consider When Creating a Yearbook

Create a yearbook to help your child preserve their educational memories.  From the first day of class to the last field trip, put together a book than can be enjoyed by all the students!  Here are a few tips for making the process seamless.

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5 Things to Consider When Creating a Yearbook

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One Style, Three Ways

Decide on a school or class yearbook to chronicle the year.  Another option is to start out with a basic school book and then tailor portions — the events and celebration pages — to each class.  If parents purchase books for multiple children, each student has their own version.

One Style, Three Ways

Decide on a school or class yearbook to chronicle the year.  Another option is to start out with a basic school book and then tailor portions — the events and celebration pages — to each class.  If parents purchase books for multiple children, each student has their own version.

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One Style, Three Ways

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Yearbook Committee

Many hands make for light work!  Enlist a group of parents to help with tasks from image collecting to proofreading and editing to distributing the finished yearbooks.  And persuade those volunteers to sign on for next year.

Yearbook Committee

Many hands make for light work!  Enlist a group of parents to help with tasks from image collecting to proofreading and editing to distributing the finished yearbooks.  And persuade those volunteers to sign on for next year.

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Yearbook Committee

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Picture Possibilities

When children open up their yearbooks and see several pictures of themselves, they feel like integral parts of the school community.  Make sure there are a few shots — from group poses to portraits — of each student.

Picture Possibilities

When children open up their yearbooks and see several pictures of themselves, they feel like integral parts of the school community.  Make sure there are a few shots — from group poses to portraits — of each student.

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Picture Possibilities

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Detailed Design

Ensure the yearbook is a page turner by varying the layout.  A photo grid works well for the class line-up, but action-packed shots from the playground make nice collages.

Detailed Design

Ensure the yearbook is a page turner by varying the layout.  A photo grid works well for the class line-up, but action-packed shots from the playground make nice collages.

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Detailed Design

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Student Inspiration

After collecting photographs from parents, teachers and students, edit down the pictures and let the story tell itself.

Student Inspiration

After collecting photographs from parents, teachers and students, edit down the pictures and let the story tell itself.

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Student Inspiration

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