Looking for a way to get to know your students on the first day back? These 100 questions are a great way to get your students to speak on the first day of school by answering a fun question for others to hear. I teach middle school and have used these with both 7th/8th graders. It has always helped me to have a way to break the ice on the first day!
Here are some sample questions:
What is something that you're not very good at yet, but you love trying?
How many hours of sleep should students your age get each night? Do you get that amount?
What seems like the most boring thing about being an adult?
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