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- This low prep resource has 264 questions that you can use all year as a "get to know you" activity, conversation starters, or as writing prompts all year long. The questions are related to monthly events and facilitate safe conversation for all students and will help build community in your classroo$11.50$20.00Save $8.50
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Make the end of year more meaningful with these 24 end of year fun reflection question cards and writing prompts. Use these cards for morning meeting discussion, with small groups or pairs of students, or for independent reflection to help students think about the past school year.
These cards present an excellent opportunity for students to practice speaking and listening to each other while also promoting a safe classroom environment. Or, use the questions as writing prompts for a fun end of school year writing assignment!
Students are asked to reflect on their favorite things that happened during the school year, things they wish they could change, things they accomplished during the school year, hopes for the upcoming school year, and more.
This resource includes:
- ideas for how to use these reflection cards with your class
- 24 cards with end of year questions
- the same 24 questions on writing paper for you to use as a no prep writing assignment
- a speaking and listening grading rubric
- a writing assignment grading rubric
While students in all grade levels might benefit from self-reflection, these cards and writing prompts were designed for use with your 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students (upper elementary).
Save over 20% when you buy this as part of my End of Year Bundle - everything you'll need for the end of the year!
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