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End of the Year Counseling Lesson


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Looking for an end of the year lesson to help your students reflect on the school year and process their transition to a new grade? This activity and worksheet are the perfect fit!
This resource includes:
  • 24 processing and reflection task cards in full color and blackline (1 mentions school counseling specifically, the others are generic to any educator or setting)
  • Directions for two different cooperative learning activities to use the task cards in small groups or whole groups
  • Personal processing worksheet
ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors
  • Belief in development of whole self
  • Positive attitude toward work and learning
CASEL (Social Emotional Learning) Competencies
  • Self-Awareness
Resource Rationale
The end of the year is full of mixed emotions and racing thoughts for students. This resource incorporates cooperative learning (a best practice in SEL) to allow students to reflect on the year and process the transition in a safe and engaging way with their classmates.
How to Use This Resource
At the end of the school year in whole or small group! Appropriate for school counselors, school social workers, or classroom teachers.


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What others are saying...

“The task cards provided some thought-provoking questions that my students really loved answering. This was the perfect lesson to reflect on the year and look forward to the next!”

“Used this for my final lesson in 4th and 5th grade last year. Made for some good conversations.”

“I LOVED this lesson. My students really enjoyed ask-ask-switch and then filling out the worksheet and coloring it in. It was a great way to reflect on the school year and have fun that last week of school. I also really enjoyed the thoughtful answers students had on their worksheets after having done the partner questions. I could tell the students were engaged and thoughtful with their reflections. Great lesson!”