At the end of the school year I always like to have students write about their favorite memories or what they have learned. It is a great way for them to practice their writing skills plus it gives me insight and feedback about what they enjoyed most about our time together.
I would usually make it a craftivity and create cute end of the year bulletin boards that displayed their work. However, this year has been quite different because of COVID-19 and since we are not in the classroom and not all students have access to craft materials I had to create end of the year writing prompts for distance learning.
I decided to still use the same cute themes from the end of the year bulletin boards and crafts I have done in the past so they would still be fun for students to complete but they could be done digitally or on one printable page.
You can share them during your online class meetings as a fun way of reviewing your school year together.
These end of the year writing prompts can easily be completed in Google Slides (Google Classroom), Seesaw, or printed and sent in take-home packets.
Please note! I have added these distance learning writing prompt options to my End of Year Bulletin Board resources. If you have previously purchased any of my End of the Year Bulletin Board & Craftiviy resources, please visit your My Purchases page on Teachers Pay Teachers and download the updated file for free (you do NOT have to purchase the digital options separately).
If you have not previously purchased any of my End of the Year Bulletin Board resources and would like to use these distance learning writing prompts with your students, CLICK HERE to access and download the End of the Year Writing Prompts for Distance Learning Pack which includes:
- Directions and links for using the writing prompts in Google Classroom (Google Slides).
- Directions and links for using the writing prompts in Seesaw
- Printable pages in full-color and black & white that do not require a craft (writing prompt only). These can be used in distance learning take-home packets.
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