Display the memories made throughout the school year with customizable graduation slide show presentation.
Elementary Graduation Ceremonies are Almost Here!
As we near the end of another school year, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on all the accomplishments and special times we’ve shared with our students. Graduation is an extraordinary time, as it marks the end of one chapter and the beginning of another for our graduating students. Why not take the time to make something special to help them remember all the fun and learning that they have done during the school year.
Create for Kindergarten or 5th Grade Graduation! Customizable Template
Gather pictures from throughout the year and insert them into this easy-to-use customizable slide deck to build your own special slide show presentation. This is a great way to showcase your students’ accomplishments and memories throughout the year. You can even display the slideshow for parents to view or create a video to share with families. This is a fun and engaging way to celebrate the end of the school year with your students and their families.
There are loads of fun ideas to help liven up your end-of-year graduation ceremonies. Use our template to try one of these!
- Fifth Grade Graduation Slide Show – The fifth-grade graduation slideshow can also be an opportunity to celebrate the students’ unique personalities and talents. Use the template to insert an image of each of your students. Share the slide deck with them and have each student design one slide that represents them and shares their likes, dislikes, and memories of elementary school.
- Go Video! Create your slide show using the PowerPoint version and add timing animations in between each slide. Then you can export the file as an mp4 file and play it in the classroom during your end-of-year celebrations.
Download Your Graduation Slideshow
This resource is available in both Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint Format, as well as in multiple colors. Use the dropdown arrow to select the file you prefer, and get started building your digital memory book for the school year!