Please be sure to download the preview file! It shows all of the pages that are included in this product.
This is a super-fun end of year booklet for students in Third, Fourth or Fifth Grade! The product includes pages where students reflect on their school year and then talk about their summer vacation. I’ve included two bonus autograph pages that my students really loved last year and perhaps your kids will too! Altogether, the product itself includes 18 pages, but not all pages apply to all grades. You’ll choose the pages that apply to your grade, then copy and go!
The product includes:
• Three title pages (one for Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade)
• Two pages where students write about their school year using a variety of prompts
• A page where students will write a letter to a student who will enter their current grade next year (includes a page for Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade)
• A page where students discuss their summer plans
• A fun page where students will complete a fill-in-the-blanks story about what their teacher will do over the summer (includes a page for a male and female teacher)
• A page where students will write a cinquain poem about summer (brief instructions are included on the worksheet, but some teacher instruction will be required)
• A word search where students will search for summer-related vocabulary
• A page for students to share summer safety rules
• A Venn Diagram to compare summer and winter (designed to support students who are on modified academic programs).
• Two bonus autograph pages
Pages in this product do not necessarily have to be assembled into a booklet. Many of them could work individually as Literacy Stations.
Please be sure to download the preview file. It really is the best description of the product. In order for you to be sure this is the right product for you and your grade level, my preview displays all of the pages that are included.
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