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Ch 12: School Assembly & Event Ideas

About This Chapter

Use this chapter to brainstorm some ideas for school assemblies and other events. As a planning tool, these lessons discuss a full range of ideas for various school activities, giving teachers and administrators the additional resources they need to plan more events in a fraction of the time.

School Assembly & Event Ideas - Chapter Summary

Our instructors have created this chapter as a teaching resource to provide educators with some inspiration concerning ideas for school assemblies and events. Some of the lessons in this chapter go over assembly ideas for all grade levels, and a few of the lessons address additional activity concepts for other major school functions.

This chapter gives you the answers you need in one, easy-to-find location. Whether you need to make plans for an event happening at the end of the school year or one happening next week, these lessons are full of new ideas and concepts that you can try directly at your school site. Furthermore, since everything we offer is online, you can use your favorite Internet-ready device to bring up the lessons in this chapter during your next event-planning committee meeting.

How It Helps

  • Saves time: With all your other responsibilities, you only have so much free time available for planning events, but this chapter will help you make the most of that time by giving you tested activity ideas for all grade levels.
  • Encourages teacher involvement: With all of the new ideas available in these lessons, you will be ready and excited to get involved in the assembly planning process.
  • Explains helpful strategies: If you have never planned a school event, you may feel intimidated by the whole ordeal, but luckily these helpful strategies in the lessons provide you with some excellent teaching resources that can be implemented immediately.

Skills Covered

At the end of this chapter, you will be ready to:

  • Offer examples of assembly ideas for elementary schools
  • Review concepts for middle school assemblies
  • Determine outlines for running assemblies for high schoolers
  • Establish plans for school carnivals
  • Figure out ideas for spirit week activities

7 Lessons in Chapter 12: School Assembly & Event Ideas
Elementary School Assembly Ideas

1. Elementary School Assembly Ideas

An assembly can be a great way to bring an elementary school together and help children get to know each other. This lesson gives you some ideas for unique and memorable assemblies.

Middle School Assembly Ideas

2. Middle School Assembly Ideas

Assemblies can impart information, bring students together, and inspire action. When done properly they can be highly interesting, fun and engaging. Why not implement some of these possible assembly ideas?

High School Assembly Ideas

3. High School Assembly Ideas

High school assemblies can be a great opportunity to build community, have fun, and educate the whole school on an important issue. Check out these ideas for high school-appropriate assemblies.

School Carnival Ideas

4. School Carnival Ideas

Check out this lesson and discover the many ways to design and create a fun school carnival for your students and community. Try these out at your school.

Spirit Week Ideas

5. Spirit Week Ideas

When Spirit Week is well-planned, it can be fun for a wide variety of students. Check out some of these ideas that you can use during your school's Spirit Week: everything from themes to events and activities.

End Of Year Kindergarten Activities

6. End Of Year Kindergarten Activities

Reaching the end of the school year with any group of students is a cause for celebration. In this resource, you'll find a variety of individual and group activities for your kindergarten students to reflect on the school year.

100th Day of School Activities

7. 100th Day of School Activities

The 100th day of school should be celebrated, and these activities will give you some ways in which to do so while also introducing some literacy and math skills into the classroom.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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