This engaging, differentiated end of the year project will have your students exercising their narrative writing skills as well as their fine motor muscles and visual/perceptual skills.
All of this is happening as the children cut, assemble, and glue a summer scene including themselves; and then write about their summer plans! This resource has multiple levels for writing and is flexible enough for any grade, K-5. This craftivity will decorate your classroom in anticipation of summer break. These projects are perfect to hang on a classroom wire or bulletin board. They also look great as a hallway display.
You can make this project as simple or elaborate as you wish. I’ve included lots of ideas, suggestions, and samples.
INCLUDED WITH THIS RESOURCE:
♥ Step by step detailed directions
♥ Lots of ideas and samples at multiple levels
♥ Homework sheet so students can brainstorm writing ideas with family
♥ Bulletin board titles in color and B&W
♥ Body outline: 2 choices
♥ Summer clipart decorations (in color and B&W) for students to use in their individual projects or to place between students’ work on a bulletin board
♥ 23 choices of writing sheets to meet the needs of all K-5 students:
♦ Speech bubbles / Rectangular writing sheets
♦ Handwriting lines / Plain lines / No lines
♦ Different sized lines
♦ Sentence starters / No sentence starters
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Here’s another end of the year resource of mine that you might like:
Autograph Book: End of the Year Fun Activity
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