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When summer arrives, parents of kindergartners find themselves stunned to realize that the year they simultaneously anticipated and dreaded is already over. What's more, they're even more astonished at how far their child has come since the day they first began this important school year. To mark this milestone, it's become traditional for teachers and sometimes parents to create a kindergarten memory book that will be kept, read and treasured for years to come. Although students can make memory books at the end of any grade — or all of them, for that matter — creating one for kindergarten is especially significant. For some children, it's their first experience with formal education, so the entire year is an adventure in social skills as well as academic learning.
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On the last day of school, the kids have mentally checked out, the teachers aren't far behind, and there's no more time for long-term projects. But, we still need to fill the day with something productive in order to keep the natives from getting ridiculously restless and out of line. If you're wondering how to organize the last day of the school year so that it's as fun and memorable as possible, consider these ideas. Ask your students to write a letter to the students you will teach next year. The kids can offer tips for success in your classroom, favorite memories, inside jokes, anything that a new student in your room might need or want to know. You'll get a kick out of seeing what the kids remember and how they perceive you and your classroom. And you have a ready-made activity for the first day of school next year.