Are you burned out from the end of the school year? These end of year crafts are what you need! These end of the year writing crafts are perfect for the last day of school or the last week of school.
There are 8 types of crafts in this resource – sun, camera, sunglasses, popcorn, ice cream, pineapple, popsicle, and watermelon.
Each craft comes in two versions (a flip book and a full page with topper). Each craft also comes in dotted lines and plain lines. There are also two different writing prompts to choose from for most of the crafts.
Are you suffering from major burnout? If so, these end of year writing crafts are perfect –
- No prep for you? Check!
- Easy for students to complete? Check!
- Cute for bulletin boards and door décor? Check!
- Fun and engaging for students? Check!
These end of the year crafts are perfect because they’re no prep for you whilst also being easy and fun for students. Best of all? These end of year activities are super cute for displaying in your classroom whilst also being educational and useful in your writing lessons!
There’s nothing worse than cute end of the year activities that aren’t educational. These end of the school year crafts will have students writing and reflecting!
These end of the school year writing crafts are ideal for:
- Whole group writing or literacy lessons
- Small group work (literacy or writing centers)
- Independent writing practice
- Early finishers
- Morning work
- Bulletin board or door decor
- Activity for a sub
Are you looking for last week of school activities that are easy for you to implement? You’re probably pretty tired, am I right?! These are perfect because they are no prep for you, just print and go! There’s no mess or stress. No laminating or cutting for you and no paint or glitter everywhere!
Perhaps you’re looking for last day of school activities that are actually fun and engaging for your students? Well, what kid doesn’t love popcorn and ice cream?! Your students will love these craftivities! Each craftivity is also easy for the students to create independently (so you won’t have students wailing ‘help me!’).
I recommend using these craftivities:
- As a quick and easy whole group lesson if you’re looking for last week of school lesson ideas (students will love to take the crafts home).
- Or you could use a couple of these crafts in the last two weeks of school during writing centers and you could create an end of the year bulletin board.
These end of the school year activities are great for:
- Personal narratives