As the school year winds down, you may be in need of some new resources for the end of the year. Everyone is tired and itching for summer, which means the less prep you have to do, the better. I’ve got resources that will keep your students engaged for the last few weeks of the school year. The best part about these resources for the end of the year is that they don’t require a ton of work on your part, either!
End of the Year Reading Passages
My end of the year reading passages are so fun for readers, as the school year begins to come to a close. Read this post to get an idea of how you can use these passages with your readers.
It is always my goal to create resources that both students, and teachers love. While the topics are interesting to students, the format and usability of these passages is appealing to teachers. It’s a win-win for all parties involved!
The summer themes of these passages are super fun and kids love reading them. They connect with things they’re excited to do this summer, or things they’ve done in the past.
You will also love these end of the year reading passages because all you need to do is print these out and make copies. Then your small groups will be ready to go for the last few weeks of the year.
Grab your end of the year reading passages today, and save yourself some time and energy!
Everyday reading passages
If the end of the school year isn’t as near as you’d like it to be, you can also try out my everyday reading passages. There are ten passages included. You can use these passages at any time of year, including leading up to the end of the year.
If you’re unsure how you’ll be able to use these everyday reading passages, check out how teachers are using these in their classroom, below!
What teachers are saying:
“I used it for morning work, independent work, homework and small group work. Love that it is no prep and easy to use. Great resource!” -Ashlee J.
“My advanced readers have enjoyed these passages! They have been very helpful in differentiating classwork during centers in addition to meeting with my small groups.” -Megan C.
Read this blog post for more info about these everyday reading passages!
If you’re interested in both these resources for the end of the year, you can grab them in my Seasonal Reading Passages Bundle!