End of Year ELA - No Prep Activities, Reflections, Letter Writing 3rd, 4th Grade
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This low prep resource has everything you need to make the end of the year less stressful for you while keeping your students learning, engaged, and excited about the next school year. It contains 8 of my most popular activities for the last days of school.
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This end of year ELA activities bundle includes:
This resource contains 15 no prep printables to help students celebrate the end of the year while also practicing some literacy skills. Just print and go! These activities can be used in a variety of ways, depending on your needs - as end of year morning work, ela / literacy centers, or as a no prep end of year packet.
The end of the year activities include:
- an acrostic poem
- an end of year Find Somebody Who
- a word search
- an A-Z reflection
- a this or that activity to reflect on the school year
- a table to help partners compare memories and reflections on the school year
- a summer squiggle drawing and writing activity
- an end of the year reading scavenger hunt
- a school year timeline activity
- a Venn diagram to compare beginning of year to end of year
- an end of year writing activity
- an interview a friend activity
- a making words activity
- a top 10 memories list
- a Find the Fib activity
- a thank you letter
- a summer rhyming couplet activity
Changing grade levels can be nerve wracking and lead to anxiety. Help ease your students' fear about getting a new classroom and teacher with this no prep end of year activity that your students will love.
Plan a time for your students to visit next year's classroom. For example, if you have 3rd grade students, schedule a time to visit a 4th grade classroom. Pair up each of your students with a student from the next grade level. Then, use these activities to help guide your students through an interview, tour, and reflection.
Included in this Fun End of Year Activity:
- 2 pages of interview questions
- 2 pages to help facilitate a tour of the classroom
- 1 page of reflection questions
- 1 grading rubric that assesses student work and behavior
This makes a great end of year writing activity - fun, yet educational. Students will write an end of year letter to next year's students, offering advice about their teacher and explaining what they should learn in the upcoming year. This activity is scaffolded so that all of your students - even your struggling writers - can be successful.
This resource contains both a print and digital version. The digital version is designed to be used with Google Classroom and Google Slides.
This resource contains both a print and digital version of the following:
- a brainstorming page
- a rough draft page (scaffolded)
- a revising an editing page
- a final draft page
- a student self assessment rubric
- a grading rubric for teachers
Make the end of year more meaningful with these 24 end of year fun reflection question cards and writing prompts. Use these cards for morning meeting discussion, with small groups or pairs of students, or for independent reflection to help students think about the past school year.
This resource includes:
- ideas for how to use these reflection cards with your class
- 24 cards with end of year questions
- the same 24 questions on writing paper for you to use as a no prep writing assignment
- a speaking and listening grading rubric
- a writing assignment grading rubric
This resource contains 20 end of year/summer themed task cards that have your students practice their fraction skills in a fun way! An answer sheet and answer key are included.
Many of these end of year themed task cards incorporate language arts or categorizing skills as well.
An Educational Bucket List Book for the end of year! Give students this summer packet before summer begins to try to help prevent the summer slide. Note: This summer packet does not practice specific skills, but instead encourages students to read, write, build, observe, interview, draw, and find math in their everyday summer life.
A twist on the usual autograph book! This autograph book includes sentence starters to help students give compliments and think about their favorite memories from the past year.
A no prep reflection activity that is designed to be used with Google classroom. 9 slides, each with fun reflection activities to get students thinking about the past school year.
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