How to Host an Awesome End of the School Year Date with Your Child

 

Summer is almost here, and it’s a wonderful time to think back about all the triumphs of the school year!

It’s so important that we celebrate these successes with our kids, and our favorite way to do that is with an end of the school year mommy child date!

And if we’re homeschooling, it’s also an excellent way to determine if the curriculum/topics really connected with your kids, and how to plan for back to school!

It’s something that your kids will look forward to every year (mine do!).

Here's everything you need to plan an AWESOME end of the school year date with your kids! Look back and celebrate! It's a huge hit with my kids every year and a wonderful end of the school year tradition. There's even a CHEAT SHEET with CONVERSATION STARTERS for your date!

I want to give you all the tools you need to plan an end of the school year date with your kids, too!

I’m going to share:

  • why these end of the year dates are so important
  • how to pick a location for your special mommy child date
  • fun ways to invite them to the event
  • how to set the tone for a wonderful time of connection

Plus, I also want to give you a FREE list of conversation starters for your date!

Free mommy child end of the year date night conversation starters

Get a list of what to talk about so that you can discover not only what worked this year, but ideas on how to make improvements for next year.

GET THE FREE LIST OF END OF THE YEAR DATE QUESTIONS

First, I want to share with you the two key elements to a successful mother-child date (don’t miss this)…

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Leave a Reply 27 comments

Parental Journey - May 3, 2015 Reply

Awesome ideas 🙂 I love it, I will definitely do this when my daughter becomes little bit older 🙂

    Alicia Michelle - May 3, 2015 Reply

    Great! Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom - May 6, 2015 Reply

This is lovely!

Every year my daughter and I look at the curriculum and assemble a “Celebration of Learning” folder and photo album. I document what she liked the most in each subject; she records her favourite books from the year; and I ask her what she would like to do in the coming year.

I like her to feel like she has some say in her homeschool experience.

I love your fun meeting idea.

Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

Wishing you a lovely day.
xoxo

    Alicia Michelle - May 6, 2015 Reply

    Thank you, Jennifer! It sounds like we’re doing something similar! I love the “Celebration of Learning” folder idea. Last year we made a fun video/slideshow of our year and we showed it the last day of school. Yes, I agree that it’s critical for kids to have some sort of say in their homeschool experience. 🙂 Thank you for sharing your ideas with us! Have a great day!

Mary Hill - May 26, 2016 Reply

What a great idea. I love going to the tea shop with my daughter at the end of the school year. We may go sometimes to the local coffee shop too. I hope you will share this great post at Literacy Musing Mondays. Here is this week’s link: http://maryanderingcreatively.com/lets-talk-blog-series/

    Alicia Michelle - May 27, 2016 Reply

    Love this idea! I am exploring local tea shops near me for ideas on a date with my daughter too! Enjoy!

April Baca - May 26, 2016 Reply

Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

Peter English - May 30, 2016 Reply

Hi

I’m Peter… found your blog on Janice’s Monday Link Party.. your posts are pretty interesting. I subscribed for the cheat-sheet…

Will come back for sure.. Bookmarked. I write about the other side of parenting – pregnancy here at http://www.xosam.com

Regards
Peter

Hil - May 31, 2016 Reply

My daughter finishes her first year of Nursery school this year and I would love to do this with her!

Kim - June 1, 2016 Reply

Such a cute idea! I will be greeting my son with silly string then taking him for pizza. I may be more excited 🙂

Sherry Nappa - June 5, 2016 Reply

Great ideas! We’re going to have a small celebration like dinner at a fav restaurant. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas with us at Merry Monday.

Kathleen - Bloggers Lifestyle - June 5, 2016 Reply

What a lovely idea. How good blogging is as a medium to share these ideas and to help each other. I wish you were around years ago when I had little ones. Back then nobody knew the difference between spoiling a child and showing love and appreciation.

Kathleen
Bloggers Pit Stop

    Alicia Michelle - June 8, 2016 Reply

    Thank you so much! I’m glad that you were encouraged by it! Yes, we need to show our kids how loved they are, by us and by God!

Audrey - June 6, 2016 Reply

Thanks for sharing your ideas on #FridayFrivolity. I always look forward to seeing what you bring us.

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Merit - June 13, 2016 Reply

What a great idea for making our kids feel special! Thanks for sharing this at #HomeMattersParty

Amy - June 25, 2016 Reply

What a beautiful idea… and the “cheat sheet” for conversation starters is a wonderful addition to your post. Thank you so much for sharing to the Monday Mish Mash!
*Hugs*

Adelien Tan - June 28, 2016 Reply

Yay… School year celebration! This is a great idea to have fun with children at the end of the school year. It will give more appreciation and refreshment from the past school year. At the same time, we are building closer bonding with them. Thank you very much for sharing at Family Fun Friday.

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