April 28, 2017

Teachers, Keep Calm and Finish Strong with these End of the Year Activities for Students

Wow...how is it even possible that the end of the school year is just around the corner?!  The month of May might or might not be the busiest month for teachers as many are administering standardized tests (Or...for the younger grades, like me, feeling like we are in prison because of having ZERO break without kids!), compiling data for our final student growth reports, finalizing grades, and still trying to squeeze in a Mother's Day craft or provide students with some "self-directed" end of the year activities to keep them engaged while we try to tie up all the loose ends before the summer break!  A friend shared this on Facebook and I couldn't resist sharing it with you... #preach


There's so much truth to the quote, "There's no tired like TEACHER TIRED!"  Pretty safe to say, I can relate, how 'bout you?   

I just wanted to take a moment to share my new End of the Year Activities Bundle with you!   The activities/projects included in this bundle are guaranteed to 1.  Keep your sanity!  and 2.  Keep your students BUSY with MEANINGFUL activities!





This bundle includes an end of the year memory book for students to record their memories from the school year in, a fun Field Day Booklet (THIS IS A FOLLOWER FREEBIE OF MINE, SO EVEN IF YOU AREN'T INTERESTED IN THE BUNDLE, FEEL FREE TO GRAB THIS FREEBIE!), May writing prompts, a Mother's Day craft, a Swim Safety packet, and fun Class Awards!

*Individual previews are available for the resources included in the bundle!  Click the links above to see what other teachers have to say about these fun, engaging activities, and discover the ease of incorporating these fun activities into your May lesson plans, May morning work, literacy centers, fast finisher activities, lessons for a substitute teacher, etc.

Hang in there, Teachers!  We can do this!

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