End of Year Resources

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.
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Maximize your time away from the classroom with these 4 tips. (Read the full article on TeacherVision's new blog!)

4 Tips to Help Teachers Recharge Over Summer Break

Maximize your time away from the classroom with these 4 tips. (Read the full article on TeacherVision's new blog!)

The key to a successful school year begins just as the old year ends. Maximize your time away from the classroom with these four summer tips for teachers.

4 Tips to Help Teachers Recharge Over Summer Break

The key to a successful school year begins just as the old year ends. Maximize your time away from the classroom with these four summer tips for teachers.

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.

10 Ways Students Can Beat the “Summer Slump”

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.

10 Ways to Beat the "Summer Slump" | 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 slump. Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.

10 Ways Students Can Beat the “Summer Slump”

10 Ways to Beat the "Summer Slump" | 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 slump. Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.

Summer is the time we like to kick back and relax with a good book (or 10!). Check out our reading suggestions for teachers/adults, and visit TeacherVision.com to find more summer reading resources for students and learners of ALL ages.

Vacation Reading List -- Adult

Summer is the time we like to kick back and relax with a good book (or 10!). Check out our reading suggestions for teachers/adults, and visit TeacherVision.com to find more summer reading resources for students and learners of ALL ages.

The annual springtime ritual is underway: A flurry of graduating education students seek recommendations from their professors. Many teachers anticipating a change in position or simply wishing to update their professional files also periodically ask a supervisor or a professor for a recommendation.  Most persons who are in the business of training teachers or supervising others in a public school or college are quite willing to write a recommendation for a student or a teacher.  However…

Getting a Good Recommendation

The annual springtime ritual is underway: A flurry of graduating education students seek recommendations from their professors. Many teachers anticipating a change in position or simply wishing to update their professional files also periodically ask a supervisor or a professor for a recommendation. Most persons who are in the business of training teachers or supervising others in a public school or college are quite willing to write a recommendation for a student or a teacher. However…

Did you assign reading from our summer reading suggestions? Use our related teaching guides to go over summer reading assignments when you return to school in the fall. (Grades K-12)

Teaching Guides for Summer Reading in 1st-8th Grade

Did you assign reading from our summer reading suggestions? Use our related teaching guides to go over summer reading assignments when you return to school in the fall. (Grades K-12)

From kindergartners to high schoolers, literature to non-fiction, there's something for every student on TeacherVision's 20+ summer reading lists.

Summer Reading Lists

From kindergartners to high schoolers, literature to non-fiction, there's something for every student on TeacherVision's 20+ summer reading lists.

Genius ideas that make these last days manageable and even joyful.

17 Teacher Hacks to Make the End of the School Year Easier

Genius ideas that make these last days manageable and even joyful.

Save time with these tips from teachers who have done it!

6 Tips for Packing Up Your Classroom Faster and Better Than Ever

Save time with these tips from teachers who have done it!

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