1-2-3 Come Read An End Of The Year Poem With Me
While doing research for the memory books I created this past week, I came across a farewell poem. I found it on numerous sites and pin boards using various stationery, but all had an unknown author.
I thought it was cute, but didn't quite fit what I had in mind, so I revamped it a bit, and completely changed letters H through Z. I call it ABCDEF Good-bye.
Since quite a few of my visitors teach kindergarten, I designed it with them in mind, and used the adorable clip art from dj inker's Kidoodlez Early Years CD.
Once I had it done though, I thought with a little tweaking, I could make a poem for preschool as well as one for 1st graders, and included color as well as black and white options.
You can simply read the poem on the last day of school, tuck it in a summer packet that you're making to send home, or fill up a little extra time and have students color the black and white copy. This would also make a nice page in a memory book that you may be making.
"To learn and never be filled, is wisdom; to teach and never be weary, is love.” -Unknown