End-of-year activities for EYFS

Sian Evans
30th June 2017
EYFS fun activity in action during picnic

Round off the year with these fun-focused activity ideas for both in and outside the classroom

Although much joy comes with the thought of the upcoming break, having to say goodbye to your current class can make the end of term feel bittersweet. Instead of dwelling on their inevitable move upwards, why not focus on making memories in the last few weeks of term? How? With our collection of the very best end-of-year games, challenges and tasks, of course.

Parachute Songs/ games

Book of ideas for songs to use when playing with the parachute. Ideal for early years and children with SEN.

By Ibuzzybea

Outdoor literacy gingerbread man treasure hunt

Print out the clues, they can be easily chnaged to suit your environment. Give the first clue to the children to read and they follow the instructions to find the next man. There is a blank slide at the end with a larger flag so that the children could write their own clues for each other to follow. A real gingerbread man could be the prize at the end.Other topics covered: Stories.

By bubblegummy

Grow a Plant - Board Game

A board game that you can play in the classroom or at home. Children learn how to take turns and learn what seeds need to grow to become plants.

You will need:
• 1 x Game board
• 4 x Players cards
• 1 x dice (not provided)
• 16 x Plant cards
• 4 x Counters (not provided)

Rules:
Place all the plant cards in the middle of the board. Each player gets a player’s card (Seed, Sun, Water) and place their counter on the Start. Each time they cross the Start, players can tick one of their seed boxes. Players try to collect water and sun in order to grow their seeds into plants. Once they have all three (seed, water and sun), they can have a plant card.

The aim of the game is to complete your card by growing 4 plants. Be careful, if you land on a caterpillar or the boots, then your plant is taken away from you and you need to grow another one. Also the bird will eat one of you seeds if you land on it. Good luck!
By MrSavva

End of Year Activity Pack (EYFS/KS1)

This End of Year Activity Pack is perfect post SATs and for those emergent writers in EYFS.
This will make a beautiful memory book to send home.

Resource Title
End of Year Writing Activity Pack

Age/Year Group
Early Years and Key Stage 1

Total Pages in download
❤ 18

File Type
PDF

Resource Content
❂ 15 Worksheets for End of Year Writing
❂ Great for Early Finishers and/or for End of Year activities
❂ Focus on memories / favourite moments / lessons / activities

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By PollyPuddleduck

Seaside Songs, Rhymes and Activities for EYFS: Flip Flops and Seaside Shops

Bring the seaside into your Early Years setting with these original songs and rhymes. Activity ideas are included.

By TheMagicPoetryPot

EYFS/KS1 summer picnic activity sheet.

EYFS/KS1 summer picnic activity sheet.
Learning objective : I can choose and name at least 8 things to put in a picnic basket.
A simple observation and identification activity for pupils before undertaking an out of school visit (to the beach, woods, park). Pupils draw what they will need for a picnic.
There is a simple picture/word key at the bottom of the worksheet to help pupils identify 8 common items found in a picnic basket.
Can be used as a follow up activity for topic work on ‘Teddy Bear’s Picnic’, seaside, summer, ‘We’re going on a picnic!’ by Pat Hutchins etc.
By newromantic

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