The school year has gone by and the last day has arrived. Your child has worked hard, learned so much, and grown a ton. There is just so much to be excited about. Make it a super special occasion with these awesome ideas to celebrate the last day of school and the start of summer.
As a teacher, I see first hand how excited students are for the end of the school year.
They are so pumped to move up to the next grade and be a “bigger” kid on campus.
For certain grades, like Kindergarten and 8th grade there are typically formal graduation ceremonies that take place, which won’t be happening this year 🙁
This year more than ever, the last day of school is a milestone.
Below you will find quick and easy ideas that parents can use to make the last day of school a special one.
Awesome Last Day of School Traditions
Celebrating the Last Day of School
Just because school is not in session doesn't mean you can't celebrate the end of the school year.
In fact, it's more important than ever to celebrate the last day of school since there aren't any of the traditional activities taking place that help children transition to summer vacation.
Besides, you probably weren't planning on adding homeschool teacher to your resume this year and that fact that you all survived needs to be celebrated.
These fun ideas are a simple yet meaningful way to celebrate the end of the year.
Lauren Tingley is a formerly stressed out, working teacher-mom of two who tried to "do it all" and ended up losing herself in the process. Determined to find joy in modern motherhood she discovered simplifying was the answer. Now she shares her tips for fun family activities, minimalist homemaking and simple parenting advice on Simply Well Balanced for families looking to create more balance in their homes. Lauren's ideas and advice has been shared by Parents Magazine, Good Housekeeping and Women's First.Read more about me! Or follow me on Pinterest or Instagram
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