Based on the valuable feedback from our devoted readership at Educators Technology, we took the initiative to curate an enhanced collection of resources. This newly refined list offers three exceptional websites featuring a wealth of clip arts perfect for end-of-school-year activities.
These treasure troves are a must-visit for educators, providing a multitude of printable end of school year clipart that can significantly contribute to various projects and events marking the culmination of the academic year. These resources extend beyond mere visuals to encompass cheat sheets, unique images, and so much more.
For those of you seeking further inspiration for educational design elements, we suggest you explore this recent collection of clip art icons. The collection is a meticulously curated assortment of what we believe to be six of the finest platforms where teachers, students, and educators alike can discover a broad array of educational clip art icons, vector images, Lottie animations, and illustrations.
For those of you with a creative flair interested in crafting your own design assets, do explore these digital art maker tools.
For EdTech ideas for end of school year activities, check out our post : Key Digital Activities to Wrap Up The School Year.
A treasure trove for teachers, Scholastic Printables boasts a comprehensive resource page brimming with printable clip arts and images specifically tailored for end-of-school-year activities. Navigate the extensive collection using the forward and backward buttons located at the bottom of the page. Please note, access to Scholastic’s vast array of clip arts requires you to be signed in.
Add a dash of celebration to the end of the school year and welcome Summer with this delightful, unique, and free clip art set from Teachers Pay Teachers. The set is comprised of 12 image files, including 6 vibrant color images and 6 black & white images in png format. All images are presented in 300dpi, ensuring better scaling and printing.
Freepik is definitely one of my favorite resources of teaching cliparts. It offers both free and premium resources, but their selection of free vector art is extensive and high quality. It is important to check the license of each image, as some require attribution.
The Noun Project is another good resource that offers a vast collection of icons and clip art images from designers around the world. The platform provides both free and premium icons. Free icons require attribution to the creator. The site is easy to navigate and the icons are of high quality.
For more resources on clip arts, check out our post entitled Best Free Clipart for Teachers.