Then, turn it into a bulletin board with their graduation year. After gathering all of the pieces, have the students decorate a cover, make copies for each student, and then bind their individual copies. Use our Word Search Maker! This works well by email as well.
For an end of the year writing activity I filled a picnic basket with various summer items - beach towel, pail, sand molds, mask, swimsuit, apple, shells, juice bottle, toy dolphin, etc. I know the kids are going to flip out over it!
You can use our Writing Prompts for inspiration! All of the kids put their favorite writing pieces together in one book.
For more information on each activity, click the link directly below the picture. I try to spread this out over a whole day, gradually building up to the larger items such as our birthday chair, my hand painted stool, my own personal items, and finally, our class art project.
I always love seeing the games they come up with, how they lay out their field for the party, and more. This may be an idea to save for next year and work on saving pieces throughout the year just for this scrapbook.
Students wrote a brief bio on about the teacher and then articles about tips to surviving sixth grade, favorite memories, sixth grade camp, etc. Now, I always vacillate between being terribly sad the year is over and being so excited for a fresh start come August.
We do allow cheating for x, but the kids are good at the other letters. End of the Year Math Project When I started creating math projects, I realized how engaged my students were with every new one that I pulled out.
Then they glue the scoops attaching them to the cone. He has amazing ideas, and this one is no exception. Use the "Fun Options" to scramble their names before they can find them - it is super simple and quick to make a fantastic word search! It can be used in printable form as shown or with the task cards that are included.
I created this End of the Year Party Planner to review all of the math skills we had worked on but also to let their creative juices flow.Looking for some activities for the last day of school?
Try these printable worksheets, writing prompts, and activities!
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the common core icon. Find a Student Who Game FREE Students.
Fourth Grade Writing Activities. As students get older, they need to continue to work at developing their writing skills. However, they can still have a great time while they are working hard at creative fourth grade writing activities that spark their imagination.
End of the Year Activities for Upper Elementary It's here! It's here! The end of the year is here! End of the Year Writing: This activity caught my eye immediately. It's a great twist on the typical assignment to have kids write a letter to the incoming class.
and they would be equally excited to host kids coming to 4th grade next year. Try these engaging end of year literacy activities and ideas to keep your students engaged until the end. The end of the year doesn't have to be difficult.
Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley. Activities for 3 Year Olds; Activities for 4 Year Olds; Activities for 5 Year Olds; Activities for 4th Grade – Reading, Science, Math and More From 4th grade writing activities to help them write well, to fun internet and computer activities, the variety is impressive.
15 Awesome End of the Year Activities May 12, by Malia Hollowell Filed Under: First Grade Holidays, Free Printables, Kindergarten Holidays, Plato's Blog, Spring, Teaching Tips 2 Comments.Download