End the school year right with these engaging activities! This end-of-the-year packet for 5th grade includes the following:
* Layer Book: Fifth Grade - A Year in Review (I LOVE this layer book! It's easy to create and students will leave with a lasting memento of their 5th grade experience. Many parents will save these books in their children's memory boxes.)
* Classroom Evaluations (You'll get some great ideas from students on this form.)
* Student to Teacher Appreciation Cards (This will make you a hero to your colleagues! Students will write short notes on these cards and you will staple all of the students' cards into a booklet for each teacher. This is a huge hit at my school!)
* Create a Classroom Library Book (Help students leave a book of memories in your classroom library for future students to read. This is an amazing project that my students have enjoyed for years!)
* Notes to Your Students (Send your students away with a kind note. These notes are uplifting and perfect to attach to final paperwork/folders.)
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Are you looking for the 3rd grade version?
End-of-the-Year Essentials: 3rd Grade
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End-of-the-Year Essentials: 4th Grade
Are you looking for the 6th grade version? Click Here:
End-of-the-Year Essentials: 6th Grade
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