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Family Holiday Interview Form for Elementary Students

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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Making connections to their own family history is a wonderful way for students to appreciate how times have changed. One of my students' favorite holiday activities is this holiday interview. I send it home early in the holiday season to allow students the opportunity to interview a family member over the holiday break. Students ask a few simple questions and take a picture to display with the completed interview text. I make these into a precious keepsake by mounting the interview and picture to a colorful background and laminating them. Many parents have told me over the years how much they enjoyed the project and how excited their children were to be the reporters. Once I receive all the completed interview and pictures, we create a display in the hallway to share our family traditions. This Word document can easily be modified to fit the needs of your individual classroom.

Copyright 2008 John Blake. The purchasing teacher has the right to modify and copy this form for individual classroom use only.
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On  June 23, 2013,  Lory W. said:
Love this product! Very easy to use!
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On  December 28, 2012,  Gail B. said:
A great sheet to help with interviewing relatives.
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On  September 20, 2012,  Jennifer D. said:
This was a great jumping-off point for my fifth graders as we started learning about immigration. I had good feedback from families too!
On  September 23, 2012John Blake answered:
Awesome! It's one of my favorite projects each year, as well. The families really enjoy working on it together. Thank you :)
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I can't wait to use this next year!
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On  April 7, 2012,  Nicole J. said:
Kids enjoyed learning things that they did not know about mom and dad.
On  April 8, 2012John Blake answered:
That's one of my favorite parts of this project. I love getting grandparents to participate, as well. Talk about different times and learning to appreciate all that we have.
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Family Holiday Interview Form for Elementary Students
Family Holiday Interview Form for Elementary Students