Also included in
- Organize and introduce your school counseling program with these coordinating office printables, including welcome letters from the school counselor(s), monthly newsletter templates, intake notes forms, and a set of student interest inventories (print and digital versions for distance learning)! Res$16.50$18.50Save $2.00
- Are your elementary students struggling with separation anxiety, school refusal, truancy, or attendance concerns? Use this set of five resources to find what motivates your students, set attendance goals, establish routines at home, provide parents with tips to address separation anxiety, and create$14.40$16.00Save $1.60
- The elementary school counseling resource bundle includes everything you'll need for organizing and managing your school counseling program, from a school counselor planner, to newsletter templates and welcome letters, small group planning pages, intake notes forms, and counseling printables. You'll$32.40$36.00Save $3.60
Use these digital and printable interest inventories to identify incentives to motivate your elementary school students. The reinforcement surveys and reward menus are intended for individual counseling sessions and can also be administered whole-group in the classroom setting or small group. On pages 4-7, students will mark the choices that would motivate them in each category. Tally the number of responses in each category to determine specific motivators.
- Digital Google Slides™
- PowerPoint (PPTX)
- Printable PDF
Your zip download includes 3 files: a 12-page PowerPoint version (PPTX) with the inventories, a one-page PDF with a link to make a forced copy of the 12-page version for Google Slides ™, and a ready-to-print 11-page PDF version.
Each file includes:
- Interest Inventory Categories Checklists (color and black/white versions),
- Updated design of the Interest Inventories Categories checklists (color and black/white)
- Interest Inventory survey "favorites" questions (color and black/white versions)
Great tool to use when getting to know students and how to plan for their success. I work with several children who have behavioral and emotional difficulties and this lets us clue in to what motivates them and is meaningful to them. Love it. - Sara K.
Wonderful to use throughout the year to see how students' interests change! - Amy L.
Wish I had done this even sooner with my kiddos! Really helped with classroom management. - Janelle B.
Really great resource to see what students are interested in. Will use this each year at the beginning of the year. - Bonnie I.
Please note that these are not clinical inventories; they provide a menu of specific ideas that can be implemented in the classroom and throughout the school. There is room to add in other ideas. In the “Favorites” column, students can list their top 4 choices from the survey or write in their own ideas.
Use pages 8-9 to learn more about your students’ interests with the "favorites" questions.
Love this style? Check out the entire coordinating product line!
Don't forget to leave a review to earn credits toward future TPT purchases!