Have students demonstrate their understanding of classroom procedures in a fun and different way, while integrating writing practice! Use this as a back to school activity after you have already introduced procedures and routines to your students. Or, use this as an after break activity (after fall break writing, after winter break writing, after spring break writing, etc.) to review procedures and routines with your students.
Students read some short passages where the main character clearly does not follow classroom procedures. After reading the story, students have to rewrite it, having the main character instead follow correct classroom procedures.
The short reading passages cover the following classroom procedures:
-asking to use the restroom
-finishing work early/doing your best work
-walking in the hallway
Students also will write their own story of a student using incorrect procedures, and then rewrite that story with correct procedures (or having a partner rewrite it).
A grading rubric is provided for easy grading.
These activities can be used the first week of school after students have been introduced to your classroom procedures. Or, you could use these writing activities throughout the school year as a review of classroom procedures of an after winter break classroom expectations activity.
You might also like some of my other back to school products:
Ice Breakers: Building A Positive Classroom All Year Long Bundle
Beginning of the Year: No Prep Activities
This is a fun back from winter break activity!
Kalena Baker, Teaching Made Practical