All of the kids put their favorite writing pieces together in one book. Please contact me if you wish to be granted special permissions. Students will draw at least 3 scoops and cut out.
That meant I needed one for the end of the year! This works well by email as well. Then they illustrate their books. The last week of school was into the 90 degree days this year and at the spur of the moment, we decided to have a Water Fun day. In the days leading up to the ceremony, have students write a few journal entries about their memories of the class and allow volunteers to read them during the ceremony.
Have each student make a page and then compile them so every student gets the same book, or assign students to fill up a book on their own, so each one is unique. Either allow students to choose which and how many classmates to make postcards for, or have each student randomly pick two names from a hat to be sure everyone is included.
Or small group activity? You can use our Writing Prompts for inspiration! The end of the year is here! Students wrote a brief bio on about the teacher and then articles about tips to surviving sixth grade, favorite memories, sixth grade camp, etc.
My first few years teaching, I always scrambled the last few weeks trying to find engaging but still meaningful activities for my students to do those last couple weeks of school. Students can use the books to write messages to each other so they will have something with which to remember their classmates.
Have them draw pictures of what they think they will be doing over the summer and then address their cards in class to be sure everyone has the correct addresses.
Based on a television theme, students will write or illustrate their most favorite or memorable experiences from this school year as well as the date on the included TV template.
Students can create a colorful and succinct guide to surviving the sixth grade using this appealing poster template. It can be used in printable form as shown or with the task cards that are included. Then, you choose how you want to use the templates.
Memory Book An activity that 6th graders will appreciate is to create their own memory books or yearbooks highlighting their favorite parts of the previous year. This activity has students create a "Hand Self-Portrait. Culminating activities for 6th grade classrooms can be as simple or elaborate as you would like.
Suzi Furtwangler sfurtwangler email-removed A fun letter of things to do that you can send home with your students.Explore Lori Mills's board "6th grade End the year" on Pinterest.
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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.
Graduating from the 6th grade is a milestone that should be celebrated with activities that will help students remember their friends and the. See Ya Later, Sixth Grade: End of the Year Reflections and Activities. Preview. Subject. For All Subject Areas, Holidays/Seasonal, End of Year.
Grade Levels. 3 rd, 4 th, 5 th, 6 th, Homeschool. Let students share their insights on sixth grade with next year's class by writing them a letter on this attractive, lined template.
4/5(59). 7 low prep end of year activities ideas to help you survive the end of the school year with your upper elementary students. Sadness about students moving on to the next grade level. I created this End of Year Scaffolded Letting Writing Activity to help my students organize their thoughts and create a letter that would be a good model.
Spelling Grade 1. Spelling Grade 2. Spelling Grade 3. writing prompts, and activities! Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS labels and attach them to Pop Rocks candy for each of your students. This makes an awesome end-of-the-year gift!
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