Hook students in this classroom guidance lesson with a backpack scavenger hunt! Students search in organized or messy backpacks for items to demonstrate how being a responsible student helps get us started on the right foot! Students identify their responsibilities in their homes, school, community, and to themselves and identify feelings associated with responsibility.
Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), example scavenger hunt list, blank scavenger hunt form to personalize, handout, handout example, and objectives assessment checklist.
I use this lesson with fourth grade, but it is appropriate for grades 3-5.
This lesson is included in my fourth grade classroom guidance lesson bundle
and ULTIMATE classroom guidance lesson bundle
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