The end of the school year is always a special time for kids and teachers alike. It’s a time to reflect on all the hard work and accomplishments throughout the year and celebrate the beginning of summer break. And what better way to celebrate than with a fun and festive last day of 1st grade headband?
Our last day of 1st grade crown is an easy and enjoyable craft that kids will love to work on. It involves coloring in a paper hat that they can wear during the school day or even after they go home, making them feel special and celebrated. With both boy and girl options available, this craft is perfect for any child in 1st grade.
This craft is perfect for both the classroom and home setting. Teachers can have their students create the headbands in class, adding to the festive and fun atmosphere of the last day of school. Parents can also create the headbands at home with their kids, providing a fun and engaging activity to mark the end of the school year.
Not only is this craft a great way to celebrate the end of 1st grade, but it’s also a wonderful keepsake for kids to remember their first year of school. They can look back on the headband and remember all the fun times they had in 1st grade.
This headband is just one of many potential classroom activities for the end of the school year. It’s the perfect way to celebrate the end of the school year and create lasting memories. Try it out with your students or kids and make their last day of 1st grade a day to remember!
Last Day of 1st Grade Headband
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How to make the paper hat
Print the headband on white paper.
Color the front piece.
Tape two side panels to the front piece.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.