Question of the day for kids: a drip pan and a few simple materials helps kids love reading the different questions each school day!
Question of the Day: For KIDS!
How to DIY the Question of the Day for Kids
Purchase a large drip pan that looks like a giant cookie sheet. I found mine at a car or hardware store (like Ace Hardware) and they also have them on Amazon HERE. The pan is an oil drip pan by Blitz. On the back of the pan, I put strips of double-sided form tape and pushed it onto the bulletin board where I wanted it displayed.
I added words with bulletin board letters (Poppin’ Patterns by Creative Teaching Press) to say “? of the Day”, “Yes” and “No.”
Every morning the kids come in and go straight to the board. They read aloud the question of the day for kids to hear since I have students who are learning how to read. They place their name cards under “yes” or “no” for their answer to the question.
See Question of the Day in Action
Just Like the Question of the Day for Kids: The In and Out Board
They also use their name cards to indicate on the “In & Out” board (a cookie sheet on the wall) when they leave the room to go to the washroom, etc.
Resources to Implement a Question of the Day for Kids
Each monthly Question of the Day pack includes 24 questions (in color and black & white). There are general questions and seasonal questions included. Simply print & post on your question of the day board!
Question of the Day BUNDLE available HERE. This bundle includes 10 months of questions for a total of 240 questions in color and black & white.
Free Question of the Day Resource
I am also including this FREEBIE for you to use when having your students write their own questions of the day. You could use it throughout the year to practice coming up with and writing our own questions. Please click the image below to grab your free resource!