End of the Year Class Photo


If you like to take a cute end of the year class photo, here is a simple and quick idea. This class photo for the end of the year is easy to put together.

Run some construction paper through your printer or copy machine and you’re set to go!

Grabbing a class photo is a great way to create an end of the year gift for students, keep as a memento or to give to your principal or secretary as a fun end of the year present.

End of the Year Class Photo Kindergarten - KindergartenWorks

Cute and Easy Kindergarten Class Photo

Print each letter for your message. In this case, I chose “We Are First Graders.”

I simply printed each word on a different color of construction paper. I staggered my class of 23 {oh the good ol’ days before 27} into three rows. Sitting, kneeling and standing.

Of course, not everyone got to hold a letter – but we’re on day 178 and we’re okay with that… We’ve come a long way since day 1.

You could also do “Thank You” or “Class of 2015.” That would be cute for a thank you gift for parent volunteers or for kindergarten graduation.

We don’t happen to do a graduation, so we just celebrate in other fun ways. You could also just grab a photo and add an overlay later or do individual end of the year photos too in addition or in place of a class photo.

We Are First Graders Class Photo

If you want it done for you, then you can grab the text “We Are First Graders” as a free download. This printable download is ready to print onto 8.5 x 11″ paper.

End of the Year Class Photo

Download the Cute Class Photo Lettering PDF

You might also find this idea fun for individual photos for the end of the kindergarten year!

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  1. This is a nice simple idea I could put on the front of our memory books. Do you have a suggestion for when we have a student repeat K and not move to first?

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