Prior to letting the children work on the book make sure that you have talked about whatever concept is on each page. A child might have a hard time drawing foods that are good for their teeth if you have not had a discussion, read books, had a visiting dentist etc...
I always write the words for whatever the child has drawn. This helps Mom and Dad when they don't recognize whatever the object is and it also is one more way to expose the children to print. They know what their picture is, so they can tell Mom what the word is too.
And the last page is a storytelling/imagination question.
I love writing down stories the children tell. This little girl has such an awesome imagination. She has an answer for everything and it is always entertaining.
So, there you have it. An easy book that you can make using whatever questions or ideas you want. The children love working on the books and parents get a good idea of what the children learned this week.
I hope you have fun making books in your classroom.