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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, where students make a special lunch for another student for our class picnic.
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Sheets for Shelves
At the end of each year, Ms. Bechler puts out the call to parents for bed sheets. Find out how she uses them in an essential summer storage strategy while modeling recylcing to students.
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Shelf a Day in May
According to Chinese proverb, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Ms. Grace begins hers with a single shelf in the month of May.
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Showcase Portfolios
Ms. Turk works all year long with her students and their parents for end-of-year conferences. She allows students to conduct the conferences and do presentations. A wonderful way to end the year!
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Six Ideas for a Great Finish to the School Year
The end of the school year can be so chaotic and end so abruptly, but one educator shares her tips to make sure your last days before summer vacation are meaningful and memorable.
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Spider Web of Compliments
Oh what a wondeful web we weave, when we give some praise and then receive. Find out how Ms. Dannels' use a ball of yarn and "weave" a way to end the year with good thoughts about everyone in the classroom.
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Storing Posters
If you have metal filing cabinets, you’ll appreciate Ms. Cox’s ideas for packing away posters.
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Student Goals
This guidance counserlor's tip is a great way to teach students about setting and keeping goals. Find out about "goal cards" and why many students are proud of what they accomplish by the end of the year.
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Student Teacher Shower
Ms. Higley and her class found a special way to honor and appreciate student teachers at the tend of the year. Parents are eager to help and students love to participate, too. Read all about "Student Teacher Showers" to see if can work for you.
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Student Teachers Send-Off
Here is a great send-off for student teachers that allows them to spend their precious few dollars for real teaching materials.
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