* * 10% Off Yearbooks * * Get 10% off yearbooks for a limited time with code YB10OFF Primary School Yearbooks According to www.pta.co.uk, 25% of us are still in touch with best friends from primary school. To help you along with your primary or junior school yearbook, here are our top 10 page ideas. Art and projects, In 20 years..., PTA activities, interactive pages and more! Interactive Yearbook Cover We really do love this idea, so how about applying the same level of interactivity to your yearbook cover? Creating a yearbook cover to colour in gets everyone to put their own mark on their yearbook. What a fun activity for the last day of school! Letters to your teachers At the end of our school, college or university years, we have time to reflect on our journey and start to appreciate those who have been along for the ride; the time when those things our teachers were bugging us about actually start to make sense! Show them your appreciation with a personal letter in your yearbook. Adding Colour It goes without saying really, but you’ve got to add a bit of colour to your yearbook. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. The colours have to complement each other. And which colours do you use? You need to create a colour scheme for your yearbook, so take a look at some of our colour scheme ideas. Using Signs Signs are everywhere. On streets, in schools, in shops. And they're everywhere because they work. But if I told you that you can have a lot of fun with signs, you probably wouldn’t believe me, would you. Take a look at our suggestions on using signs in your design to find out how you can inject a bit of fun into your yearbook with them. Infographics We love infographics, and we make them all the time. Infographics are a great way of displaying information in a visual format. Infographics look incredible in a yearbook. And there are so many ways they can be used. We have put together some ideas on how you could feature infographics in your yearbook. Magazine-style Design Making some of your yearbook pages look like magazine articles can be really effective. This is a great way to get memories and stories from your school years into the yearbook. We have plenty of suggestions of how you can feature magazine articles – if you’re interested, that is. Yearbook Photo Pages You have to include loads of pictures in your yearbook. It’s a must. But you don't have to feature photo pages that are essentially just lots of pictures. You can be way more creative than that. Take a look at some of our ideas for making your photo pages really stand out. Word Clouds Word clouds are perfect for yearbooks. In fact, if we didn’t know better, we would have said that they were probably designed for them. (We checked, they’re not.) They work really well in the yearbook, and even on the front or back cover. Check out some of the things we think work great as a word cloud. Sign up for weekly yearbook ideas …containing everything you need to know to get your yearbook off to a flying start!