8 Digital Ways to Wrap up The School Year

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1- Memory Book
This is an end-of-school-year activity, a book your students can make. This is a wonderful book students can make, telling about themselves, their friends, and their favorite classroom events. Here are some digital tools to help you and your students create memory books :
Use Google Docs or the Microsoft word or any other word editor that can allow you to convert your final document to a PDF.
Now that you converted your document into a PDF you can then upload it and turn it into a nice book using :
2- Creating posters
This is a good way for you and your students to highlight and capture those memorable events that took place in the class during the year.
3- Bulletin Boards
Use the tools below to invite students to contribute in creating a class board where everyone gets to share what they learned or anything else they feel like saying.
4-  Gather student Feedback
One important way to inform your teaching practice and informally assess your teaching is to ask students to give you feedback and comments on your teaching strategy, how comprehensible your lessons were..etc. Tell them to submit their feedback anonymously.
5- Create digital portfolios
Invite your students to create portfolios to showcase what they have learned during the school year. They can, for instance, include their favorite writing pieces to document their  writing growth from the beginning of the year till the end.
6-Create a photo scrapbook
Students love scrapbooking and this could be a fun activity for them. Pick a tool from the list below and show them how they can use it to create a pic collage or photo scrapbook featuring pictures from previous field trips,  class parties...etc
7- Create short movies
Use the tools below to show students how to create a short video clip in which they highlight ideas like : what they learned during this school year, reasons why they need to transition to another higher grade, and probably even give pieces of advice to future students .
8- Slideshows 
Get students to use one of the tools they are familiar with from the list below to create slideshows with music or any soundtrack playing in the background. This could be used to  for several purposes including showcasing what they have learned.