Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions: Practice randomly-selected conversation questions each day, used as the "key to get into the classroom".

End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

Question/Brain Break Bundle

I had a class last semester that had exit questions. I really liked using that because it helped us think about what we had just learned that day. I would like to use the paddles as a generic way to do exit questions that are already made and set up.

End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

Question/Brain Break Bundle

I really love these end of the day questions. Often we get caught up in the hustle and the bustle of the days work. But maintaining student relationships and forming those bonds is crucial to classroom and student success.

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions

Morning Meeting Questions are Fun & Quick Ways to Get Students Talking and Building Relationships!

Morning Meeting Questions

Great way to foster a Community of Interest, by getting students talking about their feelings, likes, and dislikes. Morning Meeting Questions are Fun & Quick Ways to Get Students Talking and Building Relationships!

Keep Calm and Teach On.

Task Initiate and maintain family contacts: A newsletter allows parents to know what is going on in the classroom as well as the teacher. This is a great way to introduce yourself as a teacher.

Small group STOP sign to display to help minimize interruptions (free).

Small group STOP sign to display to help minimize interruptions (free). Also display a frame with "testing rules".

Starting Our Day With Morning Meeting

People Management Morning Meeting Grade Thoughts: Starting Our Day With Morning Meeting.FABULOUS, step-by-step, for starting each and every school day!

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