These teacher resources for the end of the school year will help you celebrate a successful year and keep antsy kids engaged in learning. You'll also find send-home resources to help prevent "summer slide" and tips for packing up your classroom.
Summer fun is great, but it’s important to keep kids’ minds working over break. Just a little bit of practice over the summer can combat potential backsliding and prepare children for the next grade, so at the end of the school year, I send home a list of activities parents can do with their children to beat the "summer slump." Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.
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