18 End-of-Year Writing Prompts — Teach BeTween the Lines
Looking for fun, easy, and free activities to do in the classroom for the end of the year? These digital and printable writing prompts for kids in middle school and high school will get your students reflecting on their school year in a fun and creative writing exercise. The best part is these can be used for distance or remote learning as well!
The Literary Maven: Activities to Conquer the End of Year Chaos
Those days after grades are in, but school isn't out yet can be long. If your students are anything like mine, their motivation has been dwindling as the temperature has been rising and it is near impossible to do anything academic when they know they aren't getting credit for it. While motivation may be low, energy is not and any downtime at this point in the year can lead to a classroom management disaster. Here's some ideas to help end your year on a high note rather than in chaos.
5 Digital Activities for the End of the School Year with Google Slides — TeachWriting.org
One of my FAVORITE platforms for distance learning has been Google Slides. There are SO MANY fun, engaging, and meaningful ways to use Google Slides to wrap-up the school year. Instead of ending the year with stereotypical essay writing, I have worked hard to compile a bundle of personal activities that will motivate all students— even struggling students— through the context of journaling and creative writing.