Ask Me Why Diary Notes

Diary Q example

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I’ve created these question prompts to use in my students’ diaries next term. Sticking one in is quicker than writing a note and then prompts parents to start a conversation with their child about their day. Such a quick idea for a little extra reinforcement.

I quite often find that children go home and forget to share what they learnt or their successes. I hope that this helps to close the gap in their memory and helps them remember to share their achievements.

I’d love for you to send in your ideas so I can post some more in a new download. I’ve left these blank so you can print on whatever paper you like. I might use coloured dots for my first batch.

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Happy teaching! X

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