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Books into Bags
Here’s an easy way to collect your students’ text books at the end of the year. This system allows you to turn around and pass them back out again in September without any additional paperwork or recording of book numbers.
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Changes for Next Year
I keep a Word Document titled Changes for Next Year on the flash drive I always have with me. I make simple notes on...
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Class Generated Books
My students make numerous class generated books throughout the year. On the last day of school, I allow the students to choose one of the books to take home. The collective books make nice mementos fo...
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Create Camp Read-A-Lot
During the last week of school, Amanda takes her kindergarten students camping in her own classroom! Her students bring tents, flashlights and other camping gear for a fun reading event.
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End-of-the-Year Activity
With this fun letter-writing activity, Ms. Ryan’s students reinforce writing skills they learned throughout the year and establish connections with students in other classes.
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Graduation Celebration
I plan an end of the year play/graduation ceremony where kids need to make scenery, have costumes and memorize play parts. I think the parents really like it. I play Pomp and Circumstance on the tape ...
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Movie Night
Ms. Conley culminates the school year with a class movie, comprised of student photos of classroom activities throughout the year and set to music, which is a great learning activity and keepsake for students.
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Positive Side of Portable
Diane doesn’t wait until the last day to start prepping for the end of the year, but she has two simple ideas to make grading and cleanup much quicker and easier. She keeps focus on teaching and learning, even as the year winds down.
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Recycling Student Supplies
When my students clean out their lockers at the end of the year, I roll a cart up and down the halls behind them. I ask them in advance to donate any usable supplies. I collect half-used spirals, some...
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Secret Pal Shoebox Lunch
For a fun activity to mark the end of the school year, we have a shoebox lunch.
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