After testing is over we start to daydream about summer break. But the reality is that we still have several weeks of teaching time! What do you do with your students? We want to keep them learning, but we want to have some fun with them too. I have ten tips that will help you keep your students learning and engaged!
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Ending the year with a theme day or an entire week of theme days- is super fun! They give students a something really special to look forward. You can sneak in academics if you need to, or you can just make it a celebration. It’s up to you!
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The end of the year is a perfect time to hold a book raffle in your classroom! I give students a book as an end of year gift and the raffle is a fun way to give out the books and be certain that every student has a book that they are excited to read over the summer.
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On the last day of school, my students always scrubbed the desks, tables and chairs. And they had a blast doing it. I know that sounds crazy, but it is so true. They loved helping to clean the classroom because I made it fun with bubbles! I only wish that I could find a way to make cleaning my house this much fun.
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Imagine a summer break where you are sipping fruity drinks by the pool and NOT thinking about school. It may sound impossible to some of you. The trick is to get ready for back to school BEFORE summer break. I know that you are crazy tired, but I promise that I have some simple ways that you can get ahead of the game with little to no energy!
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