I am trying to make a goodie bag for my littles in my class and come up with something they can use! I created science kits in a bag last night and today I created a summer passport printable for them. I hope they like it!
I created it to have a few different options, in case I might print them for a different age group next year or in case parents want to print some more off for siblings. 🙂
The first page is the cover, of course. 🙂 Inside is the first and simplest option: just the info, a photo, and one page for stamps or stickers (I will include a set of stickers).
These take up half a page, so one page prints enough for 2 children.
The second option just adds an additional page to put on stamps or stickers.
The third option allows for the children to write in some details about where they went.
And the last page to print is for local, simple summer fun ideas.
I think this would make a great welcome back to school presentation idea if they fill these in! I hope to use them on our second or third week (already have plans for week 1) for presentations (or if you go to public school, for show-and-tell). It will be helpful as a summary and reminder for the children of what they did and enjoyed over the summer!