To put it mildly, many have had an odd academic year. As it comes to a conclusion, take some time to discuss what made it special, think back on the pleasant experiences, and consider what you've learned. These end-of-year tasks offer exercises for the last few days of the academic year, with both real-world and online options to suit every type of classroom. Let the countdown begin!
1. Put some memories on the table.
Here's a tasty way to enjoy the year's conclusion! Create ice cream sundaes out of paper, each scoop bearing a distinct memory. Kids can draw them on their own or purchase a printed version at the link Professional assignment Writing service UK.
2. Create a year-end playlist.
Songs are similar to scents in that they may evoke several memories merely by being heard. Ask students to create a list of songs that connect to the previous academic year (either as a class or individually), and have them explain why each song should be on the list. As you celebrate the final day of classes and think back on the previous year, listen to the playlist's music.
3. Do research for and draft a commencement address.
Speaking at commencements is not only for graduates! Finish the year by reading or viewing further outstanding graduation speeches (the web is full of them). Then, set a challenge for kids to create and present their own speeches for the previous school year.
4. Summarize your knowledge gained from A to Z.
What a wonderful method to review what the kids have learned! Ask them to write and draw an example of something they discovered or accomplished over the year for each letter of the alphabet. For a free printable pattern for this activity, click the link below. learning online? Instead, instruct pupils to make a Google slideshow.
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