"I love you to pieces" is a super-fun "rip & tear" craftivity that will help strengthen those finger muscles.
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 "craftivity" is very versatile, as it includes templates for an end-of-the year memory book, with covers for preschool through 6th grade, plus a blank template. If you already have a memory book, have students write why they think this grade was terrific. You can also use this as a self-esteem builder (fill a bucket) activity (use the ______ is "T"-'rrific!" template) and have each classmate write a compliment in everyone's booklet; or fill in the blank with My Dad, or Grandparents and use for Father's or Grandparent's Day. It also works for back-to-school. Have students write about why their summer was terrific.
There's a background template for Mother's Day and Father's Day, as well as a generic one so a child can give this to anyone. Students take their shoe off and trace it on a folded sheet of construction paper. By cutting once they will have two "butterfly wings."
There are 3 templates so you can use this for Mother's Day with a generic "You are 'berry' special" pattern, so students can give this to someone else, or make for Grandparents' Day.
This is a versatile craftivity, as you can use the various templates for a Mother's Day or Father's Day gift, or something to make with grandparents for Grandparent's Day. If you'd like to give your students an end-of-the-year gift, this is also relatively easy and inexpensive, and sure to become a keepsake. This "craftivity" is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Click on the link to grab your copy today.