Now that we’re well into the month of May, it seems that all the schools in our area are nearing the end of the year.
The last day of school in our area is May 25, but since we’re homeschoolers, we’ll be going for another two weeks or so after that.
Just like the beginning of school, the end of the school year is a great time for documenting. I love to mark these occasions with interview questions for my kiddos. It’s fun to get their perspective of things and see how they change from year to year.
I created a Last Day of School Interview printable that you can use to document your own child’s school year.
Click here to download and print this 8.5 x 11 printable.
You can have them fill it out in their own handwriting so preserve that as well.
After it’s completed you can save the actual sheet or take a photo of it and use it in a digital scrapbook page.
I used Kristen Aagard’s Hall Pass kit to create this printable. It’s the perfect kit to document any school year memory!
I would love to hear how you plan to document the end of the school year.