May Worksheet: Snapshots of the Year

May Worksheet: Snapshots of the Year

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May Worksheet: Snapshots of the Year
This May worksheet is called 'May Worksheet: Snapshots of the Year' and was kindly provided by Scholastic, and can be downloaded from their website. It is a two-pager with detailed instructions for a teacher on how to create a bulletin board listing the main events of the past school year. The teachers are given a snapshot template which they can print out, ask the students to fill in and then place on the bulletin board. A class is encouraged to brainstorm all of the major milestones, recent events, activities, field trips and assemblies they can remember from the past school year, that begin with each letter of the alphabet.
Each student can receive a snapshot template where they can draw a picture of the event, practice the upper- and lower-case letter for the topic they chose and write up a short paragraph about the event. Ask students to collect and hang all snapshots on the bulletin board in alphabetical order.
This activity is a great way to wrap up the school year and for the students to recollect on the major events they should remember. The bulletin board can be re-used as a culminating activity for any major section or topic.
This worksheet is called 'Snapshots of the Year'. It was kindly provided by Scholastic, and can also be downloaded from their website. It is a two-pager with detailed instructions for a teacher on how to create a bulletin board listing the main events of the past school year. The teachers are given a snapshot template which they can print out, ask the students to fill in and then place on the bulletin board. The class is then encouraged to brainstorm all of the major milestones, recent events, activities, field trips and assemblies they can remember from the past school year, that begin with each letter of the alphabet.
Each student can receive a snapshot template where they can draw a picture of the event, practice the upper- and lower-case letter for the topic they chose and write up a short paragraph about the event. Ask students to collect and hang all snapshots on the bulletin board in alphabetical order.
This activity is a great way to wrap up the school year and for the students to recollect on the major events they should remember. The bulletin board can be re-used as a culminating activity for any major section or topic.