End of the Year Round-up and FREE Resources

End of year resources.

The end of the year is almost here! It sneaks up on you before you even know it. Therefore, I’m sharing my K-3 end-of-the-year activities and FREE Resources for you to browse through and inspire your last few weeks. There are awards, memory books, and summer review packets. There’s also a free behavior incentive game at the end that you can download right from my TPT store!

I have separated the blog post into sections for the purpose of organizing. One section is end of the year fun with a flipbook and some awards. The next section is memory books, and the final section is summer review packets. The links to all the resources and freebies shown in the blog post are found underneath the pictures as a hyperlink, OR if you click the actual image, you will go to the download options.

End of the Year Flip Book and Awards

(Link: End of the Year Flip Book)

This end of the year activity includes a mini flipbook plus a craft topper for decorations. The activity is perfect for remembering and recalling their school year as well as having interactive fun and creating a great wall display for the kids and school to see.

Listing page: students write their favorite events and activities from the year
Setting Goals page: goals for next year and this summer
Drawing: Draw a picture of the teacher and describe him or her
Writing: Students write what they’ve learned this school year

(Link: End of the Year Awards)

This pack comes with many different options of end of the year awards to make your kiddos’ smile. It begins with two options: black and white awards or color awards. Additionally, it comes with editable awards or PDF to write on. Finally, for your end of the year awards, there are four different kiddo options: two boy options and two girl options!

Memory Books

(Link: Traditional Memory Book)

This end of year memory book comes with a boy and girl option for kindergarten through fifth grade. Then, there are two sets of printables for the end of year memory books. One set is for older students that want to write more descriptions instead of drawing. The other set is for younger students who are only writing 2-3 sentences and still use drawing to help their writing. The two end of year memory books cover the same topics but have different formats.

(Link: Notebook Style Memory Book)

Capture your end of the year memories in this interactive memory book, while keeping the end of the year fun for your students. End of the year activities should be enjoyable, while also engaging to avoid behavior issues! This end of the year activity is perfect for wrapping up the year. There are 15 pages in this interactive end of the year memory book. It includes K-5 title pages for boys or girls. Additionally, at the end of the pack, there is a four-page guide that shows you how to set up your end of the year activities memory book!

Summer Practice Packs

These summer review packets are made for the summer between the grade listed and the grade coming up. The summer slide affects students in the two and a half months that they’re not in school every day. Therefore, you can certainly help prevent this summer slide with a 30-day book for students to work on! The summer review packet comes with half sheets of paper. The way that they are set up on the page, they can be double-sided or single-sided. Just copy, cut, and staple!

End of the Year FREEBIE

FREE end of the year behavior incentives.

(Link: Balloon Pop FREEBIE)

Finally, this free activity is a great way to end the year. This is an email sign-up freebie! Once you sign up, you’ll get these cards sent straight to your inbox. This pack comes with ten cards to put in balloons to count down the end of the year. There are two blank cards if you need to replace one of the ten ideas I typed in.

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