Start your day in a fantastic way! My students are so excited each and every day to hear what the question is for the day! This is how I take attendance. Each child moves their name card under their choice of answer. The children can relate to others in the class that chose their same answer. This also promotes reading in a real world situation.
There are 50 questions with multiple answers. I did not make yes/no questions. I cut the questions and choices apart and put a magnet dot on the back to use on the whiteboard. These can also be cut apart and used in a pocket chart.
Writing: The question can also be used as a springboard for a writing assignment. The children can state their opinion as to why they chose their answer and support the reasons for it. They could also write a personal narrative for an event that happened in their life or an informational piece on a specific animal/place they chose for their answer.
Math: Looking at the class choices would be a perfect way to analyze with graphing questions. Which choice had the most?, least? same? How many more chose ______ than _____. That's just an example of how the responses can apply to graphing.
English Language Learners: This is a great way for English learners to use English, associate pictures with words, and to ask and answer questions. The questions would also promote English conversation among peers.