End-Of-Year Activity Journal

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Get Students Thinking and Writing About the School Year With End-of-Year Activity Journals


Each page guides students to reflect and write about school topics, teacher information, top school memories, favorite books, subjects, field trips, etc. There's even a space in the back for autographs from classmates, teachers and family!

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  • Set of 12 jam-packed activity books
    16 Pages
    Size: 5 1/2" by 4 1/4" each

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4 Stars

End of Year Journal

Great activity for end of year. The booklets are pocketsized but fun to write in. Some told me they wished their book had been bigger.
6/17/2015
By from , FL
4 Stars

kids love this

I give these at the end of the year for students to record important memories of the year. Even room for classmates to sign.
7/10/2014
By Second grade memories from , PA
2 Stars

End of the Year Idea

I would recommend this for 2nd and 3rd grade classrooms. I teach 4th grade and found it not be quite what I was looking for. I ended up creating my own journal. I used a couple of the ideas found in this booklet and then searched online for other ideas. Great end of the year memory booklet idea be it if you create your own or purchase this one.
6/14/2011
By MrsB from , MI
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5 Stars

End of Year Activity Journal

Great way to remember things we've done this school year. The kids love to get "autographs" too!
5/30/2011
By Char from Madera, CA
About Me: Value Oriented
4 Stars

End of year journal

This was fun for the kids for the last couple of days morning work as we were winding down. There was not a lot of space to draw in or write in but enough to get the point across.
5/27/2011
By 1st grade from Augusta, GA
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