by Teacher2Teacher Team | 05.16.16
School’s almost out for the summer—and with the end of the year comes more fun opportunities to celebrate your students’ achievements and your time together! In last week’s slowchat hosted by teachers Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas, we asked for you to share the special activities you’re planning to celebrate your class’ accomplishments this year. Read on for seven of the Teacher2Teacher community’s responses and share your own in the comments below.
- “Pancake breakfast 1st period if they can finish strong through the poetry unit, MAP test and SBA.”—@GoZags2001
- “I make a classroom ‘yearbook’ and publish w/ @Art_Kive. Include notes, art, great work & pictures of students so I never forget them!”—@MsZenTech
- “Asking kids what they want to learn more about, and then planning around that.”—@Stephan35868543
- “My students have worked hard publishing their writing; I want to print their work and bind it in a book.”—@robin_e_c
- “Currently watching #Transylvania2 to celebrate the end of testing! Popcorn and chocolate to boot!”—@mrslaurenritter
- “Creating pirate-themed ‘who done it’ math activities.”—@sha_baumgard
- “I took not one, but TWO pies to the face to celebrate the end of the year today!”—@lyndsayteaches
@lyndsayteaches (in red poncho) takes a pie to the face to celebrate the end of the year
Don’t miss this week’s slow chat celebrating your favorite classroom moments of the past year—use #T2TChat to join in the conversation with hosts Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter if you don’t already!