Fun Yearbook Ideas

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Fun Yearbook Ideas
Create fun memories in your school yearbook. (Comstock Images/Comstock/Getty Images)

Incorporate silly and amusing pages into your yearbook to entertain staff and students. Traditionally, yearbooks contain images from all the students within a particular school during the school year. Mix up the yearbook to contain some fun ideas that will make students laugh now as well as when they look back on the book in years to come. Place the pages randomly throughout the book to surprise students as they turn the pages.

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Celebrity Look-Alike

Create a reminder of which celebrities were popular during the school year by having a celebrity lookalike page. Choose students in the school who look like current celebrities and then place their pictures side by side. In captions under the photos, state the student's name and a brief description of the celebrity. You can also add fun facts about movies that are the rage during the school year and some other interesting facts about Hollywood during that year. Facts may include who won Best Picture or what was the biggest-grossing movie during the school year.

Superlatives

Show off the best-dressed student or the student with the biggest smile in the yearbook on the superlative page. Students nominate each other for a random selection of year-end awards. Some award suggestions are best hair, most organised, fastest runner, most likely to succeed, most likely to be president and cutest couple. Send out ballots with the different superlatives listed on them and have each student vote. Tabulate the votes and take pictures of the winners to put in the yearbook.

Humorous Quotes and Sayings

Place quotes randomly throughout the yearbook from staff and students. Quotes can be amusing, especially if they are used in conjunction with an funny photo or story explaining a random quote. Other quotable options include a "fondest memories" page where students can explain their favourite remembrances of the school year. Place the different stories and quotes in different fonts to add dimension to the page.

Scavenger Hunt

Make students look through the yearbook to find specific items. Scavenger hunts are increasingly popular for fun ideas for yearbooks. On the back page or near the front, there is a list of items that are hidden throughout the yearbook. These hidden items may be randomly selected from various random snapshots or you can Photoshop the items into the pictures. Other options for a scavenger hunt include Photoshopping the school mascot into random areas in the yearbook and having students hunt through the book to find him.

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