I promised another end of the year goodie and I make good on my word! I do this easy activity every year and it's always a hit with the kids. In addition, it takes care of one of next year's bulletin boards! Whoop . . . whoop . . . it's a two-for-one!
|I don't have any photos of this ditty yet since I haven't completed this task with my kiddos this year and|
it didn't ever occur to me that I should snap a picture of this in the past.
So, I made you a cute little graphic representation.
Here's the skinny on this no-brainter activity. Provide each student with one letter of your sign (some might need to complete two due to class size). Let them doctor them up with lots of colors. When finished, students cut out their letters. Next . . . wait . . . there isn't a next. That's it. Done and done. I always like to mount my letters on black so that they stand out more when I create my bulletin board. Oh . . . and I make a cute little heart or cloud cut out for the bottom of the board and let this year's kiddos sign it. They always get a kick out of visiting next year and seeing their "gift" on the wall.
|I made up the first two letters in the sign so you could get a better picture of what I am talkin' 'bout :)|
Thanks to Miss Tiina Fonts for the cute lettering!
CLICK HERE to snag a FREE template of this. The file works for Kinder, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades (I included all of these grades in the FREEBIE download). If you are a higher grade and would like a template, just shoot me an email (see contact button) and I will gladly make you one :).
Ooooooo . . . look at the time. Gotta jet, folks. Please pop back in tomorrow as I will have a follow up FREEBIE to go with this. See you soon friends.