Once upon a time, it seemed like this class stretched out before you and your students like a long road - and now, here you are, already at the end. Well, maybe you’re not feeling quite that emotional about it - but even so, the last few classes with your students are an important time. Although many of them probably look like they’re ready to slip out the door already, the end of the year (or the class) is the time to run back over the essentials of the grammar and vocabulary you’ve taught, and do your best to make sure your students remember not just what you worked on toward the end, but at least some of what you’ve addressed throughout the whole class.
That’s a tall order - which is why a lot of teachers just kick back and take it easy for the last few classes. But why quit while you’re ahead? Why not spend the last few classes reviewing what you and your class have worked on, with some fun, light-hearted activities that’ll boost their confidence as they try out their newly-learned English skills. Sounds like a plan, doesn’t it? All that’s left is to figure out which activities to use.
BusyTeacher.org is two steps ahead of you. Our 13 end of year worksheets provide the perfect complement to the excitement and energy of an ESL class that’s in the process of wrapping up. They’re entertaining, relaxing, and simple - without going too easy on your students. After all, you want to keep them engaged right up to the end, don’t you?
Some of our end of year worksheets offer creative twists on classic classroom games like “Jeopardy” and role playing. Others offer students the opportunity to put their ESL skills to use as they discuss pop songs, recent movies, upcoming holidays, and other topics that are on everyone’s mind right now. While you won’t find much drilling or repetition here, you’ll still find enough depth to keep your students on-point, as they bring together all the knowledge they’ve gained in your class to produce the best English sentences they’ve written and spoken so far - no matter if they’re level one beginners or level five ESL pros.
You don’t have to worry about whether any of these worksheets will really work in your classroom - because every last one of them was created and classroom-tested by real ESL teachers all over the world. They’ve made these worksheets completely free for you to download, print, duplicate and modify, without paying a penny or even registering on BusyTeacher.org. All our community asks is that, next time you create a worksheet that’s a hit with your class, you share it with us too, by clicking the “Submit a worksheet” button at the bottom of this page.
You can start by checking out our top ten most popular worksheets - or browse the whole collection using our convenient thumbnail view. These little thumbnail pictures enable you to get a clear sense of what each worksheet is like before you even download it - which can be quite the time-saver as you’re preparing at the last minute. Once you’ve found a worksheet you want to use, just click to download it, and it’s all yours.
There’s no time like the present - so take a look through our 13 end of year worksheets below, find one that looks right for your class, and give it a try. We’re sure you’ll love the results.