Have you been looking for a way to incorporate morning meetings into your classroom routine? Or maybe you already do, but you’re looking for some ideas to spice it up!
In this episode, I’m filling you in on how I like to run morning meetings, exactly how it can look in your classroom, as well as different activities you can start implementing TODAY! The goal for this episode is to help you feel confident to start morning meetings in your classroom if you haven’t already, feel the urge to stay consistent with these times with your students, and excited to try some of the ideas in your own classroom!
My Top Tips for Starting Morning Meetings Include:
- Stay consistent
- Include a greeting or classroom community activity
- Check in (1-5 on hands or emoji feelings chart)
Then I like to include a quick activity with my students. You can pick and choose what works for you, but some things that I like to include are:
- Read alouds
- Character building activities
- Deep classroom discussions
- Parent Teacher conference forms
- Class Jobs
- Classroom management systems
I hope this episode will provide you with some good ideas of ways to start morning meeting in your classroom or even to some fresh ideas of what you can keep doing with your students if you already do this.
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Lori Ann Biagini
Wow! Such great information! I’m finding a wealth of information on your website and through your podcasts! Thank you so much for sharing such wonderful resources and information!