Saturday, May 13, 2017

End of Year Celebrations and Reflections

The end is near people...of the school year! Can you believe it?! If you have followed this blog or know me at all you have seen that I am pro Growth Mindset. I really believe instilling our kiddos with a positive mindset and guiding them towards independence is very important.
So the other day my mind wandered into end of the year activities. For some reason I thought about how flowers sprout and bloom and then started thinking about words that rhyme with those words and well, one thing led to another and I was on a full blown rabbit trail as usual. So these anchor charts were born, which then turned into this packet.
You can use this with your class or even with your teammates to reflect on the year. It is low prep and helps to celebrate those goals that have been met as well as continuing to model the Growth Mindset and the Power of Yet. 


Make your own anchor charts or print them as a poster (I include the template in the packet).
You can write on the poster directly or have students fill out one of the various templates. Totally up to you and your preference! So many ways you can use this. 




See? Simple and a fun way to celebrate the end of the year and all the hard work throughout the year! 
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So go SHOUT it out! Find all the ways you and your kids have BLOOMED! Celebrate the SOONS and the SPROUTS, because we need to promote and show that growth can and does happen. You may not always BE the best, but you can DO your best! 


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2 comments:

  1. Oh...my...goodness! Your anchor charts are the BEST! I totally want to do this with my firsties. It would be a great addition to our Leadership Notebooks or even our End of the Year memory books! Thanks for the motivation!

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  2. I really love your anchor charts! I'm a big fan of growth mindset too, not only for my students but for teachers too. Thanks for sharing this!

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