Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?) Easter Edition

Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
Rank these Statements (How Do Our Students Really Feel?)  Easter Edition
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Gather information without saying a word!! Get to know students based on how they rank statements on a 5point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree. Chose from the included 72 statements for a game unique to each student.

Included:
72 Sortable Easter Egg Cards
72 Sortable Egg Stuffer Statements
6 Ranking Labels

Assemble:
Print on card stock for durability, laminate and cut apart to create Easter Egg Statements.
Place Ranking Labels in 6 different areas/containers to create ranking system.

Play:
1) Chose the specific Easter egg cards your want to utilize with the student.
2) Explain the system of ranking to the student. Make sure they understand the words agree and disagree and understand the differences between the six ranking areas.
3) Explain the “Easter Bunny”. This area is reserved for Easter egg statements that the student isn’t quite ready to deal with. We send those statements back to the Easter Bunny so they can have time to think about them a bit more. If we’re lucky, sometime soon the Easter Bunny will give those back and they will be ready to be ranked. Be prepared to explain words written on the Easter egg statements to students if necessary.
4)Once the student fully understands, have them pick Easter egg statements one at the time and read the statement out loud. Have them think about how much they agree or disagree with the statement. Have them drop their statement into the appropriate ranking area (any designated container/space).

In the end you will know a whole lot more about what the child thinks and feels. When appropriate, revisit anything that surprised or worried you.

I hope you and your student get to know each other better by playing this game.

Mrs. Bell
The Crafty Counselor


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