The yearbook can be more than just a static time capsule. It can be brought alive with some dynamic elements to increase your students’ interest in it. Here are some ideas on how to do that.
1. Action! A Video Page in Your Yearbook Highlights Special Talents
Students have access to all sorts of tech to allow their directorial skills to flourish. A URL-based video page can showcase these amazing talents, and be a cool interactive page.
2. On The Road: A “First Car” Page for Your Yearbook Will Thrill Students
Juniors and seniors love getting their first car, and you can turn that into a fun interactive page for your yearbook, having readers match the student with their ride.
3. Flipping Out: Adding a Flipbook Brings Fun to Your Yearbook Pages
A flipbook is a great way to add an element of surprise and fun to your yearbook, and allows for creative students to show off their skills in an unexpected way. Read More