These are questions that you answered in your best friend's friendship book. But a magazine can also be made in the form of a friendship's book. The friendship book is structured. By agreeing on the layout of the pages, you ensure one coherent whole.
A structured friendship book
You can let each student (with or without parental help) create their own page. Or assign parents a page to fill with text and photos of their child. By having each child answer a few questions, the idea of a structured friendship book is created.
Make use of templates
It is useful to agree on the design of the page(s) in advance. It is possible to use templates from Jilster's makerspace. These are pages that are partly pre-filled. There are templates that are formatted in the style of the friendship book. But of course you can also create your own template and use that as a basis.
Choose some questions of your own or let each student choose which questions to answer.
What is your name?
What is your nickname?
Describe yourself in 3 words…
Where were your born?
Where do you live?
What is your email address?
What is your mobile number?
What are your hobbies?
Do you play sports? If so, what sport?
Describe your family (and pets)…
What grade did you enter this school in?
Name 3 things you like to do most…
Which teacher do you like to see in front of the class?
With which classmates did you often play?
What are your favorite subjects in school?
What are your least favorite subjects in school?
What was the greatest schooltrip ever?
What was usually in your lunchbox?
How many times have you been sent out of class?
What is your best memory of school?
And what your funniest one?
What would you do if you were principal of the school?
What will you be doing in 10 years?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What is your wish?
What would you do if you could do magic?
To which school will you go next?