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The years fly by, and before you know it, your child is graduating high school. (Really! It will happen!) Capture today's homeschool and family memories in a document you will cherish for years to come. Your completed Memory Book from Sonlight is a sentimental time capsule for parents and a funny glance back for kids as they see how far they've matured over the years.
Print the pages you want, make duplicates of your favorites, arrange them in whatever order you like, and create a personalized, one-of-a-kind keepsake for each child. The reproducible pages have simple black and white line drawings so you save on printer ink while your kids get to be creative with markers, crayons, and stickers, making their books reflective of who they are at this stage of life.
Memory Book Themed Pages
Our themed templates provide structure for your Memory Book, offering prompts to help kids document their homeschool year. They will list facts about themselves, describe what they learned about God this year, note their heroes, record what field trips they took, document the books they read, and so much more.
The themed pages include these topics:
- About Me
- A Day in My Life
- Lots of Learning
- Heroes in History
- Learning About God
- The Countries You've Learned About
- Field Trips
- In the News
- Homeschooling Isn't Always at Home
- What it's like to homeschool with Sonlight
- A Special Page for Mom's Memories
Plus we include two blank page templates you can print and customize however you like!
Use this Memory Book PDF over and over as many times as you like, year after year, printing the pages your kids like best.
How to Use These Pages
Let your kids work on coloring and decorating the pages during your next Read-Aloud time.
Spend the last week of your homeschool year creating your personalized yearbook-style Memory Books. Or spread the fun over several weeks, completing a page or two each week and then binding them all into a finished document to wrap up the school year.