No Prep End of Year ELA Activities - Fun End of Year Packet, Literacy, Writing

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2nd - 5th, Homeschool
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A wide variety of activities for students. No prep needed. Activities are great and easy for students to complete independently. Highly recommend.
This is a great resource to keep the kiddos engaged during the last days of school. I love that there is a variety of activities to do. My students had a blast!
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This resource contains 17 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, as time fillers, or as a no prep end of year packet.

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The end of the year activities include:

  • a summer acrostic poem
  • an end of year Find Somebody Who
  • a word search
  • an A-Z reflection
  • a thank you letter to template
  • a summer poetry activity
  • 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

Check out the preview to see all the activities included.

Upper elementary students (primarily 3rd grade and 4th grade students) should be able to complete these activities independently so you can get all your end of year stuff done!

Kalena Baker, Teaching Made Practical

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