I decided to pull out my Road Trip math project which I originally created to review skills at the beginning of the year. The end of the year is here! For more information on each activity, click the link directly below the picture.
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. This works well by email as well. Source unknown End of the Year Hand Self Portrait I love incorporating art into the classroom, and the end of the year is truly the perfect time to do that.
My first few years teaching, I always scrambled the last few weeks trying to find engaging but still meaningful activities for my students to do those last couple weeks of school.
I know the kids are going to flip out over it! 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.
We then passed them along to the fifth graders so they could read them and get an idea for what sixth grade is about. Beansville, NY Submitted by: This may be an idea to save for next year and work on saving pieces throughout the year just for this scrapbook. Each child has a numbered stick which I use to randomly raffle off the many items in our classroom.
This is a great way to clear out the classroom to make way for new things for the next year. Noreene noreene email-removed This is another great idea for a personal touch at the end of the school year.
I figure there must be other people in my same boat-- searching endlessly for the perfect end of the year activity-- so I compiled a huge list of the best end of the year activities I have found and use. Then they glue the scoops attaching them to the cone. This is especially nice to see writing growth from the beginning of the year to the end.
Trace a triangle for the cone. It was a great cool off and quite a nice change for the last week of school. 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.
I hope you can find an idea or two! We finished activities in time to dry off or change clothes so that no one went home on the bus wet. 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!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.
6 Engaging End-of-Year Projects. By Rebecca Alber. May 21, Updated May 19, I don't know about your students, but so many of mine, coupled with Senioritis, were done after state testing. (The well had run dry, no blood from a turnip -- all those sayings applied!) With just a few precious weeks left in the school year, what do you do.
End of the Year Activities Book includes 22 pages of activities (including autograph pages) and comes in black & white only so that the kids can color their own memory books and you can save on ink.
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Teachers Pay. The End of the Year seasonal pages will provide you with great resources to help wrap up your school year in style.
Ideas within this section include: poems, projects, craft ideas, lesson plans, writing activities, and Internet resources. This packet has many different writing activities to keep students engaged in academics during the last few weeks of school. The packet includes: Top Ten Memories of Fourth Grade Venn diagram=School Year-Summer Venn diagram= Beginning of Fourth Grade - End of Fourth Grade A letter4/5(31).
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