Student Interest Survey for Elementary | Google Forms

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1st - 5th, Homeschool
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Get to know your students with this student interest survey for elementary! These Google Forms are efficient as they will keep your student's data neatly in place. These are perfect for getting to know your students while doing distance learning.

Here's what you'll get!

  • Reading Interest Survey
  • Readers Self Perception Survey
  • Writing Interest Survey
  • Writing Self Perception Survey
  • Math Interest Survey
  • Math Self Perception Survey
  • STEM/STEAM Interest Survey
  • STEM/STEAM Self Perception Survey
  • Social Studies Interest Survey
  • Social Studies Self Perception Survey

Know your students' likes and dislikes from the very beginning and STOP second-guessing yourself.

With these forms, you'll be able to:

  • Know students attitudes about themselves
  • Know students attitudes and learning styles towards each subject
  • Know your students' interests, hobbies, and family life

Each Google Form includes a linear scale (1 - 5). Students select their choice based on whether they Strongly Disagree (1) or Strongly Agree (5) with the statement. Once you collect student data, you'll be able to view their preferences in a neat spreadsheet. Keep this near your lesson planner to keep in mind.

What's even better? Give these SAME surveys to your students in the middle and end of the year to measure how you've helped them perceive each subject and themselves. Now you'll really know whether or not you make a difference!

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