If you love brightening the mood of a pre k student, then you’ve probably wanted to find easy last day of preschool ideas that will work for you! This last day of pre k activities will surely put a smile on a young child’s face.
LAST DAY OF PRESCHOOL
The last day of preschool traditions is a memory in the making. Pre-k kiddos are typically excited and sad about their final day or graduation day.
This list of ideas for the last day of pre k is perfect for a summer break party; welcome to summer ideas, preschool graduation ideas, and the last day of nursery school.
Coming up with creative signs and party fun is just part of the special day; feel free to check out the fun ways for the last day of school for kids of all ages, the hilarious Bigfoot game we played, and the free printable school signs we’ve used.
Here’s what you’ll need to help make the last day of preschool ideas.
- Poster Board
- Acrylic Markers
- Water Balloons
- Pool Floats
- Root beer
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Party Decorations
How to Make the Last Day of Preschool Special
1. FUN PANCAKES FOR KIDS
Prepare the school day with a special breakfast. This could include kid-friendly pancakes, their favorite cereal, or breakfast meal.
2. LAST DAY OF SCHOOL LUNCH IDEAS
Create a themed lunch that a preschooler would enjoy. Perhaps use their favorite character, use a yellow theme like a sunshine theme, and or cut out their fruits and veggies with small fruit/vegetable cutters.
My son loves legos, so we put together a fun treat surprise that you could use for a fun after-school snack idea.
3. LAST DAY OF PREK SIGN
Take a picture of your child holding a sign that says, “My Last Day of PRESCHOOL.” You could add how old they are, their favorite food, favorite color, teacher’s name, and where they went to school. Another idea would be to take a picture of your child with their preschool teacher.
4. Last Day of School Activities
When your child gets home or off of the bus, prepare ahead of time a sign (Welcome to Summer), have a bucket full of sand toys or water toys and bubbles, and have a bucket full of water balloons ready to throw.
Even cans of the Goofy string are a fun surprise, and you can get that from the dollar tree for $1 a can and a variety of colors.
Arranging an afternoon full of fun with you will make your preschool child feel so special and loved.
I recommend these quick-filling balloons that fill quickly with a water hose and self-seal.
Suppose you are in the market for a water slide. This water slide park is recommended for outdoor fun and includes a small splash pool and a climbing wall.
If you have this set up when your child gets home from school. This will be a complete surprise and will work wonderfully for making a splash for summer break and also makes a perfect kid’s end-of-school gift!
Decorating the porch with streamers, balloons, and decorative summer party ideas are fun.
Also, adding pool floats to the pool and making Root Beer floats are great options.