Top of the Charts
Create an online survey to find out what students like the best. What are their favourite books, movies, musical performers, songs, tv shows, video games, social media star, and fashion trends? Compile the results for the whole school, or break it down by grade.
This yearbook classic inclusion may be formatted like an awards page or a future predictions page. Format it around the theme of "Best ____" or "Most/Least Likely to __________". Be sure to keep it clean and friendly!
Create a page or two of funny, notable or touching quotes from members of the school community. Try "As overheard in the playground" or "The funny things teachers say" as themes.
My Big Idea
Ask students about how they would make the world a better place. Do they have an idea for an invention that will make life easier? What would they change about their school or community?
Ask your students to submit a download or screenshot of their favourite filtered selfie for an alternative portrait page. The page might be themed for Halloween, or to show off the most popular filters of the year.
Things I Can't Live Without
A show-and-tell page highlighting favourite toys, food, games, pets, activities... anything your students can't live without!
Create a page of baby photos for the graduating class or the teachers. Turn it into a guessing game!
Holiday concerts & activities have always been a part of the yearbook tradition. For a new spin suited for home schooling & social distancing, ask students to send in their favourite holiday memories, traditions and/or photos. What's their favourite holiday food tradition? What did they ask from Santa this year?
Did you know that you can create a survey form for free? Check our suggested third party tools article for more info and tips.