Building and maintaining relationships in a classroom is one of the most important things we need to do as educators. In this activity, students will go around the classroom and ask their peers if they fit a characteristic of one of the squares.
In this product, you will find 3 Find Someone Who activities for the beginning of the year and 3 Find Someone Who activities for the end of the year.
Specifically, there is a general one, a math and reading edition.
[EDITABLE] Customize this Find Someone Who to fit your needs! For example, in our school we have a teacher who hands out rocks to students, so on my personal Find Someone Who I included a square relating to that. If you wish to use the same font I did, please click on the link to download KG SORRY NOT SORRY
How to Play:
Each student will be given a Find Someone Who sheet.
Students will go around the classroom asking different students if they
can sign one of their squares.
You can play until a student gets a bingo and/ or a blackout (all
the squares are covered.
Afterwards, I choose to discuss each answer with students.