The Four-Square Book Reflection printable is a simple guide for students to use to reflect on their learning at the end of the school day or at the end of a week.
I have used the reflection when I teaching gifted resource, in a pull-out model where I saw each grade level only one day per week. Students used the Four-Square Reflection to summarize what we did that day and to offer feedback about what was successful as well as challenging. Using this kind of reflection is a great springboard for students to use to share with parents what we learned that day. The Four-Square Reflection includes a parent signature line at the bottom. One Reflection page has fun polka-dots, and the others are plain.
Also included is a Four-Square Response guide that can be used for students respond to an event in a story, an event in history or current events, or even misbehavior. The Response offers the student a chance to reflect on what happened and how he/she feels about the event, either personal, fictional, or historical.
I have used this four-square task with primary-age students all the way up through middle school.