A More Personal Side to Yearbook Pages

TreeRing- What's In My bag

Students are more than just … well, students. They’re also developing as people. These page ideas can help you explore their interests and developing talents.

 

1. What’s in My Bag: An Interactive Page to Enliven Your Yearbook

Interactive pages are a great way to add excitement and participation to a yearbook, and “what’s in my bag” is one of the more fun ways to take a look at your classmates Read More

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2. A tasty page: Putting student recipes in your yearbook

Student Recipes are a fun and delicious way to get students involved in the yearbook process. Treering can help your yearbook staff personalize these tasty pages. Read More

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3. Fun and Games : Include Your Students With A Gamers’ Page in Your Yearbook

Gamers aren’t always recognized as having cool and unique interests, but putting in a yearbook page that features them will make everything more inclusive. Read More

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