I wanted to give my students an end-of-the-year gift that was fun and educational. The activity booklets I found in stores were too expensive ($1 per booklet adds up quickly!) or too simple for my older elementary students. That's why I made this resource. For my own students, I plan to make up goodie bags with these booklets and some candy inside.
There are math, language, and reading activities in the booklet as well as some fun coloring pages. They are appropriate for 4th and 5th graders. My favorite page is the one at the end that asks students to participate in Book Bingo. They will need to be able to visit the Library in order to play the Bingo game, so you might want to give students information about their local Library location.
Two copies are printed on each page. Print the pages front-and-back or front side only, and then chop them in half. Staple them along the top edge. The booklet is 14 pages, but if you run them front-and-back, then there will be 7 pages in each booklet. Be sure to select Landscape mode when you print these, so the paper will be turned the correct way.