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Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}

Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Top Ten Lists {An End of the Year Keepsake Craftivity}
Product Description
***UPDATED FOR EVERY SCHOOL YEAR!!****

Are you looking for a fun activity for kids to do at the end of the year? This is perfect for teachers who need a QUICK activity for an end of the year keepsake for kids OR for teachers who want their kids to do a little computer research for students' end of the year lists.

Everyone loves a top 10 list! They're easily adapted and individualized to each child. These lists are great for 3rd through 8th grades.

I have included 21 Top 10 Lists (+ a page of 3 blank lists) for your students to create as a keepsake for the school year. Some of the lists are based on student opinions and experiences, but others you could assign as a mini-research project. It is easy to Google “Top 10 young adult books of 2017”. You can do whatever works for your students on these. If they have their own Top 10 list of YA (young adult) books for the year, they can list those on that top 10 list. It’s one of those things that we don’t think much about now, but in ten years, it is neat to look back at what was happening “this” year!

Students can fill out as few or as many Top Ten lists as you want, or have time to do. You can choose them for your students or give them the options out of all the lists in the pack.

Students can add/glue additional tri-folded construction paper together to create longer books. You can glue as many pages together as you want! (See the directions pages for more info.)

There are 3 different cover options for the foldable. If your students want to decorate the cover with their own drawings or pictures, use the blank cover.

There is also a page with blank Top 10 Lists in case your students want to choose their own Top 10 category.

I let my students choose the lists they wanted. After my students completed their lists, they put their folded booklet inside their yearbook. That way, they can easily find the list when they revisit their yearbook in the future.

Students will fold a 9x12 piece of construction paper into thirds. Choose the lists you want, in addition to a cover. Glue onto the folded pages (brochure-style), and you’re done! Instant keepsake!


If you like this product, you might also want to check out a few other end of the year/summer products:

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Total Pages
22 pages
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