When the end of the school year rolls around, this End-of-Year Teacher Report Card is one of the last activities I do with students before they go home for the summer. Students LOVE grading the teacher, and it’s always so much fun to read their responses. It’s the perfect end-of-year activity to use during those last few days of school before the summer break. Plus, it comes in a printable or digital version!
Print, Copy, Fold!
I print the teacher report card front to back and fold it like a book. On the cover page, students write their teacher’s name, school year, and grade. I always give them time to color and decorate it if they want to.
The digital version comes in color, and it’s so easy for students to edit! I can easily save paper and time by sharing it with students in Google Classroom. They can type their responses and give me a grade for the year!
Reflect and Write
On the inside pages, students have the opportunity to tell the teacher what they liked most about core subject areas. They describe their favorite field trip memory, what they liked most about their teacher, and what they liked least about their teacher. Students also “rate the teacher” by checking the appropriate boxes.
The Google Slides version gives students the ability to drag and drop emojis, check marks, and circles. The color Google version is so much fun!
Report Card Comments & Final Grade
On the back, a “comments section” is included for students to write a personal note to their teacher and give suggestions for next year. There is also a box where students can place an overall letter grade for their teacher.
It is always fun (and sometimes comical) to read their responses and get some feedback on how we are doing in the eyes of our students.
A bonus activity is included! Advice from a former student… 🙂