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End of Year Ideas

End of Year Ideas

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RainbowsWithinReach: End of the Year Keepsakes, Rhymes + Poems. Do you send a keepsake home at the end of the year?

End of the Year Keepsakes + Rhymes

A,b, c book on how to survive 5th grade! Put on desks for next years students!! - end of year activity

Owl Always Remember.... Owl end of the year writing craftivity!

Owl Foldable End of the Year Craftivity & Writing Project

Such a cute gift for students at the end of the year. I want to start on this now so we can slowly complete it!!

Sharpened Pencils & Post-it Notes: Summer Gift Complete

Thank you for Helping us Grow for: end of the year gift from kids. Make this pic the cover of a book. Inside the book each page will be a butterfly colored by each student. Great idea for volunteer moms!

Use this Summer Vacation Countdown poster in your classroom, teacher's lounge, front office, or in your home! Just print the design you like, put it in a 8x10 frame, and use a dry erase marker on the glass! If you don't have a frame, just laminate the poster and use a dry erase marker to count down the days until summer vacation! {FREE}

End of the year slideshow songs........Must remember these!!! :))

Lots of end of year gift ideas for students

Love this idea for the last day or so of school- make stations for the kids to make things to take home over the summer. She has a station to make math flash cards, pick up a writing journal, make a book out of copied anchor charts, etc.

End of year student gift

Fun end of the year games

Owl miss you! Have a hoot this summer!!

treats for last day of school.


next year end of year countdown

ice cream cone books

End of the year reflection activity to put in portfolios.

This teacher made a name frame for each child and framed them as an end of the year gift. How amazing!

Photo-Booth - too cute!

Previous class makes book for new class :) GREAT end of year activity!! and much less complicated than letters.

Provide students with the “One Thing I Like About…” page. Each student will write their own name in the rectangle. Then direct students to rotate around the room with a pencil and visit each of their peer’s desks. At each desk, students will write one nice comment or compliment on one line. Remind students to write neatly, use only one line, leave appropriate comments, and write their name after their comment.

Graduation Craft

Have a totally cool summer

summer bucket lists