BlogHeader.png
Memory Book by Jostens.jpg

Free Bulletin Board Art Downloads- Get Your Classroom Back-to-School Ready!

Aug 15, 2016 2:00:00 PM / by Emma Dieckman posted in Educational Resources, Elementary School Yearbooks

0 Comments


The bulletin board can set the tone for your whole classroom and signal the launch of the new school year. If you are stuck, here are a few ideas to get you started. As our gift to you, we've included downloadable bulletin board art that you can use in your classroom. Have a great school year!

Read More

Hot Trends in Yearbooks

Jul 13, 2016 1:51:42 PM / by Emma Dieckman posted in Yearbook Covers and Themes, Elementary School Yearbooks

0 Comments

The results are in, and the top 5 hottest trends in yearbooks are here:

Read More

Top 5 Cutting Edge Technology Trends and How They Can Impact Learning

Jun 15, 2016 12:16:49 PM / by Emma Dieckman posted in Educational Resources

0 Comments

Educators love to learn how innovative technology can be used to teach and inspire their students. But, this can be a daunting task since most teachers’ schedules are filled to the brim with lesson plans, grading, meetings, and…oh yes! – teaching!

To help, we’ve compiled this free download of the top 5 cutting edge technologies and how they are being used to expand how students learn.

Read More

5 Things Successful Yearbook Advisers Do AFTER The Final Deadline

May 26, 2016 8:30:29 AM / by Emma Dieckman posted in Yearbook Planning, Yearbook Publishers

0 Comments

It's almost summer time! Before you ditch the books and hit the beach, take some time to tie up the loose ends on your school's yearbook program. Here are 5 tips the pros recommend to make sure next year's book goes as smoothly as possible.
Read More

Reminder: Mother's Day is May 10th!

May 4, 2016 4:56:41 PM / by Emma Dieckman

0 Comments

When I was in Kindergarten, my school set up a small make-shift store in the computer lab that sold small trinkets for mother’s day. We were all so excited when we filed down to the small room near the cafeteria, clutching our quarters and dimes. I remember what I bought very clearly: a ceramic swan whose back was hollowed out to hold a bar of fancy soap, a small wooden dog that had elastic thread holding the joints together and when you pushed a small button under the platform it was attached to, it bowed. I also bought a foot-long plastic back scratcher that had a hand attached to the stick and the hand made a claw shape (I really thought that one was clever). The swan went to grandma, the dog to mother, and the back scratcher to dad because I didn’t want him to feel left out. All the gifts were quite unattractive (bless Grandma for displaying that swan soap holder in the main bathroom) but I felt a sense of glowing pride for being so considerate.

145850211_blue_swan_soap_dish

 

Read More
online2.jpg

About Memory Book Company Blog

Memory Book Company School Yearbook Blog provides tips, ideas, information and help on the subject of producing a memory book and topics relating to those in charge of yearbook design.

CONTACT US ›

Subscribe to Memory Book Company Blog Updates

About Emma Dieckman

Howdy! My name is Emma and I work in the marketing division of Memory Book Company. My goal is to provide useful information to existing yearbook customers to make their experience of running a yearbook project as streamlined and simple as possible. New yearbook advisors can also use the blog to see the benefits of selecting Memory Book Company as their own yearbook publisher. I started with Memory Book Company in March 2015 and I strive to keep up with the most current yearbook trends through the blog and social media. I've worked in retail and human resources and I'm dedicated to providing relevant support and helpful information to my customers.

 Pic_for_blog 

Find Emma On:


G+ Pin Blog