Bullet Journals are all the rage! Teach students how to make their own with this great compass and protractor activity.
Students create each of these from scratch with step-by-step instructions.
1. My 24 Hours:
Students create a circle and divide it into 24 equal parts. They create a key and shade in their "normal" day.
2. Birthday Tracker:
Students create an inner and outer circle divided into 12 equal parts. Then, they draw lines out from the month and put the date and the person's birthday for at least 10 people.
3. Habit Tracker:
Students create a 3/4 of circle and divide it into the number of days in the month. They come up with 4 daily trackable habits. They divide the large circle into 4 smaller circles and track their habits daily.
4. Monthly Goals:
Students create a circle and divide it into 12 months. They write the month on the inside of the circle and a goal for the month on the outside.
5. Mood Tracker:
This is the perfect introduction to drawing circles. Students will draw the number of circles for that month inside a gumball machine. They will make a key at the bottom with different emotions and color a gumball in daily.
6. Ray of Sunshine:
Students will create a circle and divide it into the number of days in the month. They will make a radius line from the center like a ray of sunshine and write something good that happened to them that day.
This does take some time to create, but after students are done, this would be a perfect daily warm up to update each day!
Only want one or two of them?
Birthday Bullet Journal
My 24 Hour Tracker
Ray of Sunshine