You can either mail these letters to your students just before the start of the next school year, or make arrangements with their next teachers to distribute the letters at the start of school. Give those kids who want to share their reactions with their classmates an opportunity to do so. Unsure of what your students can do?
Do Something Educational But Not Too Stressful for Me or the Students Sometimes, just getting the students to do something educational is hard enough, especially at the end of the year. Look for somewhere these can be bought at a discount. I read The Jolly Postman to my class. You need to do some planning and start this early in the year.
For reluctant actors, assign some students the job of helping to organize the "acts" or plan the sets. Then they illustrate their books. Have students write letters to themselves. I also have read many of the other fairy tales over the school year.
In previous years and at the end of reading The Pact with my juniorsI have students write letters to someone who has made a difference in their lives. She received a Master of Arts in curriculum and instruction from the University of Missouri.
Invite students to evaluate the course. Have your current students write letters of advice for the new students you will teach next year. Why not… Create a class scrapbook. You can build off world events, tackle an issue you read about during the year, or just ask students what issues matter to them.
I steer them away from friends, asking them to save their sentiments for yearbook signatures. Letters to Themselves Two kinds of letters they have written to themselves can be meaningful to eighth graders.
Ask students to write letters to your future students. George can be bribed with chocolate.End of the Year Activities and Lesson Plans 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. 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 Year Math Activities and Ideas.
April 24, that is suited for a child a few years younger than them.I recommend at least two grade levels younger than the grade you teach. Those are my go to end of the year math activities.
If you are interested in literacy end of year activities, click here to check out some ideas for reading and. Top 12 Effective End of the Year Activities.
By: Kim Haynes. Kim Haynes. Ah, the end of the year. which they have to grade. You assess them on whether they get their facts straight and how effective their review activity is. Sometimes, just getting the students to do something educational is hard enough, especially at the end of the.
End of Year School Activities for 8th Graders By Peggy Epstein The end of every school year is filled with excitement and a certain amount of anxiety, but the end of the eighth-grade year is a particularly meaningful time because the next step is high school.
Find this Pin and more on Classroom-End of Year Activities by Ashley Ann. Grade Shenanigans: End of year pick me up: writing edition! Tons of creative writing ideas perfect for those last few weeks of school!Download