{free} School Memories MEGA Pack!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

{free} School Memories MEGA Pack!

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Keep track of all your childs school years, their friends, favorites, who they want to become,and more with these free School Memory Pages.
free school memory pages for kids

Guess what? Today is my 1 year blog anniversary! Just one year ago today I posted for the very first time! So as a thank you for reading along, following, sharing my posts, taking the time to comment, and for helping this blog to get 4,000+ hits a day I wanted to give you guys a special treat – a {free} School Memories MEGA Pack! 

Just a couple months ago I shared how I was planning on recording all the milestones and fun & exciting things we do in our school year. But…. then I found these super cute school graphics from Scrappin Doodles and the wheels in my brain started turning.  I pictured super cute, colorful, even whimsical School Memory Pages. I wanted the pages to have details to help me remember what my kids were like during each of their school years, a spot for their signature, a place for a 3 1/2 x 5” picture, and more. So this is what I came up with. What do you think?
FREE Printable School Memories Pages #preschool #kindergarten #scrapbooking
There is a page for each grade Preschool through 6th grade. Each grade has it’s own color scheme & theme, but keeps with the overall look of the pack. These sheets are perfect for public, traditional, or homeschooled kids!  (I will be working on a coordinating, less whimsical pack for 7th-12 grade in the near future!) Here is a better view of one of the pages:
year at a glance
I would recommend you either store your School Memories Pages in a 3-ring binder or in file folders. Instructions for completing your project either way are included in the download. I have also included a supply list, ideas for what else to save, and coordinating labels for your folders.

But being the overachiever that I am I wanted to add a couple more things! I made a Coordinating Paper Add-On.  Each grade has:
  • Blank Coordinated Page (you could put pictures of the year, write your child a note, or whatever other creative thing you come up with)
  • Drawing Coordinated Page (It has space for your child’s name and a large box for them to draw a picture as a keepsake)
  • Lined Coordinated Page (Two different types of lines cover the 3rd coordinated page so your child can write a store, a note, or another school project)
coordinating paper
Finally, I made a Homeschooler Add-on. I used the idea I shared a couple months ago of how to preserve all the fun things we do & what our children learn during homeschooling. These coordinating sheets cover all major subjects for you to add the details of your homeschool for your child & you to remember.
homeschool subject add on

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There you have it. Pretty cool, right? There are three parts to download:
And as I always I greatly appreciate you taking the time to comment!


51 comments:

  1. Thank you so very much! Love the graphics, and will definitely be using these for school memories! Thanks again!

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  2. Thanks, Beth! I love these and can't wait to start them with my little ones. With four kids it's hard to remember the little things!

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  3. Thank you so much! This blog is so amazing, I recently discovered your site and it's lovely. Thank you!

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  4. Thanks. These will be great to use for my girls. I don't remember all those little things with my older children ... maybe I'll get it right with my last two. :)

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  5. What a beautiful pack! Thanks so much!

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  6. Love your work,thanks for sharing.

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  7. These are awesome! Thank you for sharing this with us!! Happy Blogiversary!!!

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  8. Very cool! I am going to print these out and put them in a binder tonight!! Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  9. Thanks so much, Beth! These are lovely! An amazing way to save these memories.

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  10. These are sooooo cute. My son is starting 1st grade and I wish I had these for pre-school & K.

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  11. Thank you so much for this great packet! I can imagine having all of these treasures when they graduate from highschooL!

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  12. Thanks so much for the printables. But, the links keep taking me to Google Drive main page. Am I missing something?

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  13. Happy Blogiversary, Beth! It's amazing how much you've done in one year with your awesome blog! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful printables! I featured your post as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

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  14. Thank you so much for these printables. I plan to use them to create a memories notebook for each of my preschool kids and my grandchildren I am raising.

    To the person who said the link goes to Google Drive, you have to download the Google Drive and then it will let you click the link and bring up the files.

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  15. love it, Beth! thank you so much for inspiring me to keep up with writing things down, as i too don't want to forget this special time with my kids! i was wondering if it's possible if there's a cover page for say a binder? i'm going to store these in one big binder and was just curious...i hate to ask, as you've provided so much for free for us all! thank you
    laura

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  16. Homeschoolmama - No problem. Let me work on a couple options and I will update the links above in the next couple days =-)
    Beth

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  17. Beth~ thank you so much...i know how much prep time i take with my kiddos and i can only imagine all that you and on top of that you make printables to share....i appreciate it!
    laura

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  18. Thanks. These are great. Exactly what I've been thinking about but couldn't decide how to implement. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Thanks for sharing! Happy anniversary to your blog too!

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  20. When i click to download it takes me to Google drive. =(

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  21. Even though we have a couple more years before we "officially" start homeschooling, I downloaded these for future use! These will be perfect for when we do start school. I love finding awesome things like this. Now...watch me stash them away in a folder on the computer never to be found again :(

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  22. Thank you for sharing...soooo cute :) God bless you!

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  23. wow, so generous and kindhearted you are.

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  24. These are wonderful! Thanks so much! I know my boys will enjoy them.
    Tara H

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  25. THese are super cute! Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

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  26. How awesome! Thank you so much! I've been looking for something like this everywhere!

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  27. Thank you! My youngest is in Grade 6 so I'll be eagerly awaiting the High School sheets! No pressure LOL.
    I picked up a little typo on the K Homeschool add-on - Language Arts is misspelled on the frog.

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  28. This is wonderful! Thank you so much!

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  29. Thank you for these! I was just thinking I need some sort of school memory book for my kids...

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  30. Beth, these are amazing! Your are so talented and beyond sweet to share. I've been looking for something like this and this is perfect! Thank you so much :)

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    1. Under File click on Download. Once they have downloaded it, it will open in a new window in PDF. Just click save as and you are good to go =)

      Enjoy,
      Beth

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  32. Thank you so much for posting! These are great!

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  33. These are great printables! I was just wondering if you ever had a chance to do the 7-12 grades? Thank you!

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    1. Sorry Kathleen, I haven't yet. Since my oldest kiddo is in 2nd grade it hasn't ranked high on my list. I know Confessions of a Homeschoolers has some free ones that include High School =)

      Beth

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  34. I just absolutely love your ideas and resources. I wish I lived closer so I could have you as a mentor! I have been extremely inspired by what you do!

    Hildie

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  35. These are wonderful! Thank you for your generosity.

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  36. Thank you! Not sure if my last comment went through. It is encouraging when people like you share stuff for free! Such a blessing!

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  37. Just came across you on Pinterest and your "stuff" seems quite useful and so professionally done, that it makes me comfortable enough to stop searching and trust that your resources are good enough!! Thank you for taking your precious time to help others like me!!
    Kelly S.
    Charlotte, NC

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  38. wow they look super but i can't download them. could you do me a favor please?
    thank you beforehand Beth.

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  39. Has the set for grades 7 and up ever been created? I searched the site but didn't see them anywhere. These are just fantastic and I'd love to be able to use them all the way until she finishes school. (Yes, I'm pretending she will still humor her mother when she's 16 lol)

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    1. I was just wondering the same thing. I know it takes a lot of time to create these, but they simply are amazing, and having the rest of the grades to complete the set would be great!

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