This has three sections. They are 1. Memories, 2. Summer Reading (to help them along the summer after finishing your class), 3. A Fun Science Facts Reader in a Fun Word Searches format. So this resource is a catch-all of memories and also an educational treasure box that they can use to reminisce, learn from and enjoy into the years ahead.
(1.) The Memories section is where students can tell their own favorite things, write about events and experiences they had in the just concluding school year and obtain autographs from fellow students, teachers and staff before they move along into the next year and possibly new building, also:
(2.) The Summer Reading section is a major way to help them continuing growing in knowledge of vocabulary, concepts etc, there are Fun quality summer book reading lists for older and younger students. A list for novels includes:
The Adventures Of Dr. Dolittle, The Adventures Of Huck Finn, The Adventures of Pinocchio, All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriott, Anne Of Green Gables, At the Back of the North Wind Beautiful Joe: A Dog's Own Story, Black Beauty, The Black Cat, The Bobbsey Twins mysteries, The Call Of The Wild, A Christmas Carol, The Count Of Monte Cristo, Emil And The Detectives, Emma etc…..
A list for fairytales, folk tales and fables includes Aesop’s Fables; Aladdin; Ali Babba And The Forty Thieves; The Ant And The Grasshopper; Arabian Nights; Beauty And The Beast; Belling The Cat; Bloody Bones; Blue Beard; The Boy Who Cried Wolf; Chicken Little; Cinderella; The City Mouse And Country Mouse; The Elves And The Shoemaker; The Emperor’s New Clothes……… Thumbelina, Tom Thumb, The Tortoise And The Hare, Town Musicians Of Bremen, The Ugly Duckling, The Wind And The Sun, The Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing etc; and finally:
(3.) The ten fun worksheets are in a word search (wordfind) format; each with different fascinating science facts about animals that holding your students’ attention and making a smoother landing at the end of school. Some of the science facts:
Oysters can change their genders, An octopus has three hearts, Ants never sleep and have no lungs, A beaver can hold its breath for up to 45 minutes, Rats can live without water longer than camels, and There are 35 blue eyes in a scallop.
Such facts can inspire students to explore the sciences more including by more reading which in turn will build more vocabulary etc.
You and your students will love this and the price is definitely right so why not get it now!