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Tag: end of the year

Articles | June 5, 2017

With the end of the school year coming up quickly, now is the time to start thinking about creating a gift for students graduating from your class.  Mary Anne, a

Articles | June 2, 2017

Make a splash this year with this idea by Cindy, a 3rd Grade Teacher, in Houston, TX. For our end-of-the-year celebration we plan a Water Games Day.  We set up

Articles | June 1, 2017

Another school year is almost over! These ideas to celebrate the end of the year are great ways to send kids off in style. Celebrate the memories and pack up

Articles | May 22, 2017

Helping students get ready to transition to the next grade is an important part of the end of the school year preparations.  Although there are many different ways to do

Articles | May 15, 2017

Just a few more weeks to go!  Summer is just on the horizon and if you look very closely, you might even be able to see the last day of

Articles | May 12, 2017

The end of the school year is just around the corner and kids are itching for their fun and wild summer break. Even you, as the brilliant teacher that you

Articles | May 3, 2017

June is fast approaching! Do you have your bulletin board planned out for the month? Whether you are looking for an inspiring end of the year bulletin board or a

Articles | May 1, 2017

Keeping kids focused at the end of the school year can be a Herculean task. With warm weather and vacation beckoning, it’s not easy to stay on task.  Thankfully, Really

Articles | April 24, 2017

By the time April rolls around, not only are teachers thinking about the end of the year, but so are students.  Turning the focus back to the things that need

Articles | April 21, 2017

The first day or so back in the classroom after a nice summer break can be overwhelming.  From organizing to planning to simply remembering where you packed everything, the days

Articles | April 12, 2017

Are you ready for the end of the year? Believe it or not, there are only a dozen or so weeks left of school left (depending on where you live,

Articles | December 15, 2016

Maureen, a 1st Grade Teacher from Alpine, Utah, knows all about keeping her classroom clean.  She shares with us her personal experience trying to remove tape and debris from desks

Articles | May 21, 2015

  Science fills kids with wonder and excitement about the world around them.  What is a rainbow? How does a caterpillar change into a butterfly?  The end of the school

Articles | May 11, 2015

Looking for a fun end of the year celebration idea that really focuses on what students have learned?  This idea from Charlene, a 4th Grade Teacher, from Washington, PA, showcases

Articles | April 28, 2015

  The end of the school year can be bittersweet.  While you (and your students!) are excited that summer vacation is just around the corner, it can be sad to

Articles | April 23, 2015

  There’s a fine line between engaging students and turning them off to learning.  When it comes to summer work packets, that’s especially the case.  While wanting to help parents

Articles | April 21, 2015

  Finding end of the year gifts for your students that they’ll both appreciate and that fit your budget isn’t always an easy task.  Sometimes, however, it’s the simple gestures

Articles | July 7, 2014

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist The end of a school year is chaos with awards ceremonies, programs, assessments, and grade cards. There is so much that a teacher must complete

Articles | May 13, 2014

You are just about there!  The end of the school year is in sight and you are counting down the days!  There is a lot to do between now and

Articles | June 19, 2013

by Steve Reifman, Monthly Columnist Fox television’s “24” is one of my favorite shows of all time. Its fast-paced, non-stop action inspired me several years ago to create my Chase

Articles | May 22, 2013

by Steve Reifman, Guest Columnist Nearly fifteen years ago I decided to schedule a class baseball game during the final week of the school year. I organized the event on

Articles | May 13, 2013

Looking for an idea for the end of the school year? Try this idea by Julie, a 4th Grade Teacher, from Akron, OH. It’s a great way to keep classes

Articles | May 13, 2013

Making science lessons come to life takes on a whole new meaning thanks to the clever thinking of Kindergarten Teacher Robin from Ellenton, FL.  She explains how she makes science

Articles | April 26, 2013

Counting down to the end of the school year can be a great way to celebrate the accomplishments of the year and prepare students for moving on to the next

Articles | April 23, 2013

by Elizabeth Supan, Monthly Columnist Can you see it approaching?  The end of the year is coming quickly around the corner and there still may be so many things to

Articles | April 13, 2013

Looking for an the end of the year idea that allows students connect with next year’s class?  Try this clever approach to the new student letter with the idea by

Articles | April 9, 2013

by Steve Reifman, Monthly Columnist The last month of every school year is a bittersweet time. Of course, we are all looking forward to the start of summer vacation and

Articles | June 16, 2012

When you sit down to think about how far you’ve come on the curriculum road this school year, the ride has been incredibly long. In reading alone, you’ve gone through

Articles | April 23, 2012

by Erin Klein, Guest Columnist So the topic this month is end of year, and there are so many different ways one could go in writing a sharing tips to

Articles | May 19, 2011

Planning an end of the year celebration can be a great way to include parents in the results of the school year.  Some schools have curriculum fairs while others have

Articles | May 17, 2011

The end of the year can be tough.  Not only do your students want out, so do you!  If you are looking for some quick fillers for the last few

Articles | June 7, 2010

With only a few days or weeks left, lesson planning can be difficult! You need some quick and easy games and lessons to keep students focused and on track. Well,

Articles | April 27, 2010

Strategic end of the year classroom clean-up can make set-up at the beginning of the next school year a breeze. Figuring out what to do and where to put everything

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