"I love you to pieces" is a super-fun "rip & tear" craftivity that will help strengthen those finger muscles.
This is a super-simple, end-of-the-year writing prompt that makes a quick and easy memory book, or class book you can share with your next year's kiddos.
Use this cute bicycle template for a sweet end of the year writing prompt, where students choose two wheels and write about their favorite things that year inside the spokes. You can also use it as an icebreaker at the beginning of the year, as an interesting way to get to know your new students.
I'm putting this in my back-to-school section as well as something to make in May or June, so that you can remember to make a copy of your first day photographs, in order to have them to make this sweet keepsake craftivity at the end of the year. If you look closely you'll see the butterfly that "frames" the "then and now" photos.
This "craftivity" packet is very versatile. I have templates that you can use at the end of the school year, where students write about the"souper" summer they are looking forward to, or the "souper" year they had, or they can make one for your next year's kiddos explaining why they are going to have a "souper" year in __________ grade.
With the superhero craze in full swing, I'm sure your students will enjoy the many options in this packet for making some superhero Father's Day paper love.
This is a quick and easy card to make for Father's Day. Younger students can simply make the golf craft, while older students can complete the writing prompt explaining why their dad is "tee-rrific." This packet has been up=dated and is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Click on the link to zip on over to grab your FREE copy today. Father's Day Writing Prompt Craftivity.
This is an easy and quick card to make for Father's Day. Younger students can simply make the dynamite stick craft, while older students can complete the writing prompt: "My dad is a dynamite dad because..." and glue it to the back of their creation.
This packet includes: a class book where your current students write a page of advice for your next year's class; a mouse "craftivity" where students jot one piece of advice underneath their mouse's head (it flips up); plus a bookmark from you and one for your students to make for an in-coming kiddo.
This math and me "me math" booklet, is a wonderful end of the year activity, where students can put into practice all sorts of math concepts that they've learned. It also works well as an icebreaker for the beginning of the year, to help everyone get to know each other. This packet will be FREE for an entire year! Woo hoo. After which time it will be up-dated and put in my TpT shop. For your convenience, I've included some of the new pages in the PREVIEW.