Lou's teachers had the best idea. I tried to get it together for my own class on the last day but gave up. I have it in my plan book to get it together much more in advance next year.
Anyway, I thought these autograph books were just awesome. Organizationally speaking, you could get these together a number of ways. His class had them all ready put together with blank pages. The kids sat in a circle and wrote their name on a card, flipped the page, and passed, wrote their name, flipped pages, pass, all around the circle. You could also have the kids write their name on every page in a book and then the teacher take them home and take the books apart and reassemble with correctly. Next year, I'm thinking that it would be easy to just use blank cards as your sign in activity when they enter, it will just take a few weeks to get them all collected.
I am neither writer nor photographer, so not the obvious choice for a blogger but I'm a mama with a need for a creative outlet. I have two lovelys, Bee (8) and Lou (6). I have recently gone back to full time teaching, enthusiastically teaching 3rd grade after having been home with my kiddos and happily teaching preschool. I am striving to find a balance between home and school thus this poor blog is neglected. I have a neglected etsy shop, I sew, craft, bake, and garden (or used to anyway) all to keep my sanity. I am a talented polly pocket dresser, bouncy ball behind the couch rescuer, and art apron tie-er. I run, bike, and climb trees. I'm a wanna be soap maker and some day marathon runner and chicken owner.