End of year activities

Celebrate the end of the year with these exciting activities that will create lasting memories. From outdoor adventures to creative projects, there's something for everyone to enjoy!
25 Must-Do End of the Year Activities {and a FREEBIE} Art, 4th Grade Maths, First Grade Maths, Summer Math Activities, Third Grade Math Activities, Third Grade Activities, Summer School Math, End Of Year Activities, First Grade Math

I came home from school yesterday and cried. And not because the end of the year is so overwhelming, busy, and exhausting...{although that may be where part of the tears are coming from. JK! #AmIJustKiddingThough??} But because I’m going to miss my kids SO much. For 180 school days, 23 of my third grade students and I have laughed, cried, worked hard, learned so many new things together, and have built some really amazing relationships with one another. I’ve watched them grow not only as…

Michele McCoy
Low Prep End of Year Activities for Elementary Students - Raise the Bar Reading Pre K, Primary School Education, End Of Year Activities, Elementary School Projects, Elementary Activities, End Of School Year, Teaching Elementary, Summer School Activities, Elementary Schools

As the end of the school year quickly approaches, it is important to have fun, meaningful, and reflective crafts and writing activities ready to go for your students. Between testing, report cards, field trips/field days,

Suzanne Fenwick
What to do After State Testing 5th Grade Science, Primary School Education, End Of Year Activities, End Of School Year, Elementary Schools, Middle School Activities, End Of School, 5th Grade Activities, Middle School Student

After state testing is over, it’s time to celebrate with some fun activities for students! From scavenger hunts and science experiments to art projects and field trips, there are plenty of ways to keep your students engaged and entertained. Here are 25 ideas of what to do after state testing that will help you plan a day or week full of exciting activities for your students.

Heather Strain