This packet includes all of the resources you will need to start a Morning Meeting in your classroom.
**To get details about each step and see videos/read how I incorporate it in my class, see my blog post HERE.
Included in the packet:
- Poster with the five steps of a Morning Meeting
- 7 pages of questions for kids to answer as they greet each other (simply cut and place in a basket for the Meeting Leader to choose)
- Label for the Morning Meeting basket of questions
We started the morning meetings 2 weeks ago and it has made such a difference in my classroom. My students love being able to share! The question strips are so much fun! This is one of my favorite purchases from TPT!
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Hello. Thanks so much for this wonderful morning meeting packet. I was wondering if there is any way I can get a version I can edit. I'm in a second grade classroom and would love to edit some of the prompts so that they say second instead of third. Please let me know and thank you for this great resource!
Hi there! I love reading you blog and I plan to use even more WB teaching this year! I notice on your morning meeting pack it does not include kindergarten. Do you think it is too hard for them? I plan to do morning meeting this year as well and would love this resource if you think it would work for K. Thank in advance,
Thanks so much for your question! I absolutely think you can use the Morning Meeting packet for Kinder, but you will probably have to adjust it a bit. You could read the questions aloud to them and they are kid-friendly and open-ended enough that your littles will still be able to answer them. The rules, greeting, good/bad news and Word of the Day are ALL very Kinder appropriate, too. I hope this helps and I would love to know how it goes in your class- Morning Meeting is my FAVORITE time of day :)
I have been teaching for the past eight years, the majority of which have been in 3rd grade. It was my favorite grade as a student and my favorite grade as a teacher :) I have also taught 2nd and 5th in both the city and now the 'burbs.