In kindergarten, students walk into the classroom with a question of the day ready for them to answer. At first, it was difficult to come up with a question to ask students every day. I wanted the question to be something that students would get excited to read and answer. I thought it would become increasingly more difficult to create a question, however, I found that the task has become easier. Every day, there are so many questions I have for my students. I view it as a small way to find out more about them as individuals. The questions are occasionally about their opinions and abilities, but I also ask questions to get a quick assessment of the lessons from the previous day or week. It is a wonderful way to learn more about each student, while they are reading sentences with sight words and learning more about their classmates.
|What will you eat on Thanksgiving Day?|
|Where is the ball?|
We were reviewing positional words.
|Who do you like best?|
Doc was one of our favorite Superkid Characters!
|Which number is greater?|
Comparing teen numbers can be a challenge!