Saturday, April 21, 2012

End of the Year Learning Celebrations!

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http://www.inspiremeasap.blogspot.com/2012/04/end-of-year-learning-celebrations.html

10 comments:

Miss Nguyen's Class said...

We do a graduation like any kindergarten teacher and we also have a celebration night where students share stories that they write.

sn.nguyen19@gmail.com

Brittany Kielar said...

I'm a first year teacher but I want to end tge school year tge way you just described!!! Thanks for such wonderful ideas!

Brittany
Kielarbn@pba.edu

Rachel said...

We usually have a big splash day!

rmariemuniz(at)hotmail(dot)com

thepolkadotowl said...

oh my this looks amazing!! We celebrate by having our resource teachers take groups at a time and do things like bead necklaces, movies, etc. So fun! :)

thepolkadotowl@gmail.com

Runde's Room said...

WOW - this is all so incredibly FABULOUS!!! What a great way to celebrate learning!!!

Jen
Runde's Room

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

AWESOME!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Amanda Mast said...

These 2 packages are amazing! Last year I had my kids writing a fiction story in those blank books and invited the parents in to hear students read them. I am definitely planning on using this for next year!

Jessica said...

Thanks for sharing! I am your newest follower! Stop by and visit me...

learnplayandhavefun.blogspot.com

Lisa Warner said...

I just love this idea of celebrating children's achievements in such a grand way. Over here in the UK, it tends only to be the kids that go onto High School that present an end of year assembly. But, I am going to have to buck that trend after being inspired with what I've seen.
A great blog post, thank you so much for sharing.

Lisa Warner
Fieldhead Carr Primary School
Leeds, UK
http://www.year4blogspot.blogspot.co.uk/

Diane said...

I purchased this awhile back & am so glad I did!!! This project has brought so much purpose & meaning to our last few weeks of school! We had our celebration today--38 students and about 20+ parents--and received raving reviews!!! Thanks for the inspiration! Next year we plan on adding a celebrity walk of fame (stars on the hallway floor leading up to our rooms) & dividing up the narrator parts to give more variety in lead speakers. Thank you for putting such a great resource out there!!!

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