Summer Resource Round-Up
Summer is just around the corner! OMG! I always have a bittersweet feeling this time of year. I am bitter because I have spent many hours with these kids and I will truly miss them. All of them, even the little stinkers! It’s a sweet feeling because I get to spend my days with my son, with no set schedule, lunch when I want, and recharge! I always try to have some fun summer-themed resources to pull out for this time of year to help keep my class engaged.
Here are some end-of-the-year books I like to put in our classroom library for the last few weeks of school.
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- The Night Before Summer Vacation
- The Last Day of School
- Last Day Blues
- No More Pencils, No More Books, No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks
- Last Day, Hooray!
- Yay, You! Moving Up and Moving On
- Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
- Lizzie and the Last Day of School
Summer Math Centers
For math, my tubs are filled with fun summer math activities.
Summer Literacy Centers
Our literacy tubs are filled with summer-themed literacy activities.
For an end-of-the-year gift, I always send home a fun item (beach ball, summer pencil, etc) and a summer journal. My kids always love these. You can read more summer journal prompts here.
Do you make a summer bucket list for yourself or your family? Don’t forget about the summer bucket list freebie. You can read more about it here.
If you are looking for more inspiration, check out this summer resource board on Pinterest.
Follow The Teacher Bag’s board Summer Resources on Pinterest.
What are some of your favorite end-of-the-year books or summer activities?