Letitia you can do a couple of different things with your soap ends.
When I get down to a soap end, I'll wet it and stick it to a regular size bar. That way it gets absorbed into the soap as it's used and it's not wasted.
You can also save them up, melt them down in a double boiler and then pour them into a bread pan that you've lined with Saran Wrap. When it hardens, turn the pan over and pop it out. Pull the wrap off and cut it into chunks. You can also use cookie cutters if it's relatively thin to make shapes.
I also had a recipe that you could take all the soap ends put them in a blender add some water and oil (I'm thinking it was Aloe Vera) and have a liquid soap. That article was taken down while someone else had the Soapmaking topic but let me see if I can find that one.
You can also rebatch the soap ends. I'll have to check and see if that article is still up and if not, I'll post the instructions for you. It's basically like shredding the old soap and hand molding them back together to make a larger chunk.