We Are Family: Creating a Yearbook Family Tree for Pre-K Students

There’s no better way to celebrate your Pre-K class this year than with a class family tree Yearbook page! If you’re stuck for ideas on where to go next with your Yearbook, making this page will be a fun and interactive way to engage your preschoolers and create lasting memories for years to come!

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A family tree doesn’t have to be limited to direct families — a child can include friends, favorite teachers, or staff members. For a more traditional tree, it can be fun to include older siblings who have been in the class before them. This is an interactive way to get pre-k students involved in a yearbook. One of the first things they learn is who is in their family. Kids love to point to pictures once they associate the still image with the person who plays with them, or who brings them food. They love to identify brothers and sisters, cousins, parents, and other favorite people,  and this is a way for them to put that knowledge to use.

Once you’ve shot your photos and created your unique background and you’re ready to start digitally compiling your yearbook’s pages, be sure to request a free trial of our software and see how using Treering can transform and simplify the process of creating your yearbook!


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