Four-Square Check-Ins for SEL & Classroom Community Building

I wrote about this before, four square check-ins. I start these at the beginning of the class session to get students engaged and to build community. Everyone listens, students practice speaking in complete sentences and adding information to their opinion.

It is a fun way for students to speak about their emotions. The question, ” How do you feel today?” but the answer is based on one of four pictures. It is a creative move and students get to think outside the box to express themselves.

I created slides for months March- June, to represent a variety of themes. Check them out @ https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spring-and-Summer-Check-In-Google-Slides-for-SEL-Community-Building–6647352

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Hi everyone, thank you for visiting! I'm Liz and the creator of Curve Your Learning and The Reading Curve. I created resources and drive teachers, coaches, and parents to increase student learning success. I have been in education for 17 years, have a multiple subject credential, M.S., a literacy certificate, and am working towards my Ed.D. At home, I am a boymom and wife of 16 years who loves to glamping, paddleboard, and have fun!

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