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Four End of the Year Read Alouds and STEM Challenges Your Students will Love

What are you teaching at the end of the year?

"Make" memories with your students and keep them engaged up until the last day of school with STEM!

Create a cereal box memory book to help students process the "last day blues", engineer an amazing treehouse, learn about the Chicago World's Fair and make a Ferris Wheel, and unleash the creativity of your students as they imagine, design, build, and write about their dream house using Geometry and 3D Shapes!

The following are our top 4 STEM read alouds and activities to engage students at the end of the year.

Growth Mindset Read Alouds

Have you ever heard any of these comments from you students?

"I'm just not good at math" 

"I'll never be good at reading."

This type of thinking emerges from a fixed mindset. A fixed mindset is the belief that our intelligence, abilities, and talents are fixed traits that are out of our control.

On the other hand, a growth mindset is the belief that through hard work and perseverance our intelligence, abilities, and talents can be developed. 

First Week of School Read Alouds

It's a fact..teachers love books! Discovering new read alouds is always an exciting adventure. The following are my favorite first week of school read alouds. Most of these titles have lesson ideas that go along with them. You can find the coordinating lesson plans and activities in our First Week of School Lesson Plans resource.  

For a break down of how these books can be used to jump start a successful first week of school be sure to download our FREE First Week of School Schedule!