Record end of the school year memories with this simple interview and adorable printable!
It’s that time of year again and I can hardly believe it. My youngest is finishing Kindergarten and my oldest will be in 4th grade before I know it. Time truly does fly by once they hit elementary school! I wish I could slow down this fast moving train but the reality is, in the blink of an eye they’ll be in high school or preparing to leave for college.
I don’t want to miss these precious, formative years where everything is exciting and they store amazing experiences and new information in their memory bank daily. I know it won’t be long before we’re wracking our brains trying to remember the name of their first grade teacher (actually, my daughter had Ms. Bates and she’s ah-mazing so I’ll never forget her!).
Because someday, I’ll want to help them recall all of their school year experiences, I put together this simple interview with a printable memory sheet. It’s my gift to you dear mamas, so you can easily record your own school year memories. Whether your kids attend public or private school or you have the privilege of homeschooling them, take a few minutes this next month and ask your children these simple questions. Complete the interview every year so you can look back and see how they’ve grown!
BONUS IDEA! Grab a video of your kiddos answering these questions or filling out the memory sheet.
Record End of School Year Memories with this Interview
What school did you attend this year?
Who is (are) your teacher(s)?
What is your favorite subject?
What is the most interesting thing you learned this year?
Who are your best friends?
What is your favorite memory from this year?
What was your biggest accomplishment?
What are you most looking forward to next year?
Life moves fast. And let’s be honest, our memories aren’t what they used to be, right?! Take some time to soak up this past school year and document your family’s experience and the blessing of education. Here’s to another school year completed and our well-deserved break from Sign Up Genius and spelling lists!
What are some ways you like to document each school year for your kids?