Use this project with your Year 12 students to build a memory book that both students and parents will enjoy looking at later in life!
You can use any or all of the pages. Tailor it to fit your students!
Any page that has a year on it has a duplicate page that has editable fields so that you can update the year going forward.
Cover Sheets –
One page has an editable section to add whatever you want – EX – Student’s Name, School Name, Graduation Date. Be sure you know how to edit a PDF to use this section.
One page has a blank spot for the student to write his/her own name. A great place to be creative!
Essay Sheets – These are for students to write letters to various people including themselves. There is a variety to suit students who decide to go to college or who decide to go straight into the workforce
Letter to Year 8 Self
Letter to Year 9 Self
Letter to Year 10 Self
Letter to Year 11 Self
Letter to Year 12 Self
Letter Senior Self
Letter to Graduating Self
Letter to Graduating TAFE Self
Letter to Graduating Uni Self
Letter to 5-year-later Self
Letter to Incoming Year 8 Students
Letter to Incoming Year 9 Students
Letter to Incoming Year 10 Students
Letter to Incoming Year 11 Students
Letter to Person of Their Choice – Favorite Teacher, Coach, Parent, Friend
Extra pages for those who need a page 2 for the letters
Letter writing prompts to use as either a handout or discussion.
Favourites – A great way to think about what they like today and see how their likes have changed during the last four years.
Cha Ching – Students can research how much various items they use daily cost today to look back on in a few years to see how things change. There is also a section to add some of their own things.
5 Year Plan – Use this sheet for students to set goals for themselves and how they plan to achieve them. Education, Health, Travel, Family, and Financial.
Simply the Best – Record what was the best in their senior year – Movie, Album, Song etc.
10 Years – A look-back and look forward 10 years! What were they like 10 years ago and what do they hope to be like 10 years from now.
Thinking Ahead – You can never go back to senior school, but you always remember what you miss and what you don’t miss.