Critical thinking activities in the classroom are important for young learners.
This journaling exercise is a great way to get students thinking. The open-ended questions used in this activity allows for writing to process positively, allowing your students to move beyond the confines of a structured setting.
This journaling exercise includes 20 questions (on one sheet) that can be done daily or at various times within the week. It’s a great way to get their creative juices flowing, while allowing them to improve their writing skills. This exercise can also be used to help them learn how to better express themselves through writing.
This is a great daily exercise for students in grades 3 and 4. Other more advanced younger learners may also find it as a nice learning activity as well.
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(May also be used with ESL learners).