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End of the Year, Summer Bucket List, Collaborative Poster, and Writing Activity

Danielle Knight
21.5k Followers
Grade Levels
3rd - 8th, Homeschool
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Pages
56 pages
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Danielle Knight
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Description

Collaboration for an end of the year activity is fun with this poster for your students' summer bucket list. Teachers will receive 3 size options to use for this end of the year activity. The bucket, sunshine, and sunglasses will bring cheer to wrapping up the school year. Your students will have an engaging discussion during this group project to go along with the writing prompt. You can also send home the 8.5 x 11 page that includes the summer bucket list image and writing prompt.

INCLUDES:
Dotted lines to cut along that will guide you
Teacher directions, tips, and background information on how to assemble the poster
coloring activity
Summer bucket list writing prompt - "The top 5 things I really want to do this summer are ___________."

POSTER-
8.5x11 no writing prompt (one page)
8.5x11 with writing prompt (one page) - great keepsake for each student to bring home!
full size poster with writing prompt (25 pieces)
extra row (1 piece is copied 5 times -optional!)
smaller poster with writing prompt (4 pieces)
smaller poster no writing prompt (4 pieces)

For Differentiated Instruction: Give students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas.
--allow students to work independently or collaboratively. As the teacher...YOU choose!
--Gives credit for artistic/creative expression, written responses, and effort.

Display in your classroom on the wall...better yet, hang your collaboration poster on a bulletin board or in the hall in a showcase!

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Total Pages
56 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
2 days
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