Personal Binder and Memory Books

Aloha everyone!  The year is winding down quickly and I am preparing for that last week to keep my class busy.

I have copied off all of my pages for my Aloha Memory Book, and now I am binding them up with my latest classroom tool.


I got this from mybinding.com and it is a great little binder to have in class or at home.  It's small enough that I can take it back and forth whenever I have a project.


You can see it in comparison to the glue bottle.  It is pretty simple to use and you can punch up to 5 papers at a time.  It was great for my little booklets.


I also have my own stash of combs when I need them.



Yay, all done and ready to go for next week!

I also wanted to share a sweet Memory Book that my room parent put together for me for Teacher Appreciation Week.


Apparently she had sent home a note and a template for each student to fill out.  The kids then returned the envelopes to her and she put it all together.





These were absolutely adorable and I cried while reading it.  The kids were scared for a minute until I told them that they were tears of joy.  They all gave me lots of hugs and I cried a little bit more.

I have to say I had the most fantastic room parent, and if you ask me I think she could start making her own products to sell on TpT.  I couldn't help thinking  "I love this template, can I get a copy?"

Are you making memory books with your class, or do you make other items?  I know some of you get very crafty and I am always looking for fun new ideas.





6 comments

  1. Their books look cute and yours looks amazing!

    Love the surfboards they decorated, so you!

    Journey of a Substitute Teacher

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  2. Such a lovely, thoughtful gift ! I never thought about binding the memory books, a great tip :)

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  3. Dang! Now I have to get a personal binder! Is it easy to put on the combs?

    Diane
    Fifth in the Middle

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  4. What a sweet gift! I have a rocking room mom and I am not sure what to do for her to say thank you.
    Love this idea,
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  5. Your memory book is fabulous. I'd cry too:)
    Barb

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Mahalo Nui Loa For Commenting!!

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