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  • Prompt for students to write about their school year. With medium-lined paper for writing.
  • Trace and cut out the computer-shaped pages for a shapebook. Includes writing prompts that highlight the school year, and room to draw pictures. Multi-age.
  • "Thank you for all you did to make this a great school year!!"
  • Use this Venn diagram to compare school and summer vacation.
  • 16 card strips for students to cut out, complete, and connect on a ring for a flip book of happy memories, from what they learned to what they loved.
  • Use the tally sheet and graph form to determine favorite subjects and favorite unit.
  • This fill-in-the-blank story is a good way to get to know your students' personalities and writing abilities--and might be fun to refer back to at the end of the school year!
  • Cut out the pages and staple or sew together for a fun autograph book! Pages for friends, family, etc.
  • Ashton wins the third grade writing award!
  • Ten story starters for "end of the school year" stories.
  • "School is fun because..." Colorful border and writing prompts encourages creative writing and a chance to share their opinions in a positive way.
  • This 16 page vacation planner is a great project to help students understand the process of planning and organizing a vacation. Whether plans are for a low-budget camping trip in a nearby state park, or a fantastic voyage to a faraway country, students will have fun planning budgets, etc., with this unit.
  • It's the last day of school. So what shall we do? The teacher has ideas. The students do, too.
  • "I enjoyed having you in my class. Have a nice summer." Say goodbye at the end of the school year with this note.

  • This printable school acrostic poem form perfect a Back to School Theme Unit.
  • 13 pages for students to fill with memories of field trips, friendships and more, including space for drawings, cut outs, and other artwork. A great end-of-year project.
  • A simple form to fill in a summary about the closing school year and goals for next year.
  • 12 half pages for students to fill in simple prompts and draw or attach pictures as illustrations for their favorite memories, etc.
  • A ten page book for students to fill in personal information, such as current favorites of all categories, goals made and met in the past year, friends, etc. A great way to encapsulate the past year, as well as create a lasting memento.
  • This unit covers many of the basic elements required for most middle school level language arts. 18 pages of worksheets, forms, and more! This works as a good beginning diagnostic or a year-end skills evaluation.