It’s Sunday night which means I am up late refining my plan for preschool this week. Mother’s Day is a week away, and we are focusing on families and our moms this week at preschool. One of the things I have meant to do for years but never really got around to is to do a simple Mother’s Day interview with my students. My students are all right around three years old, so I have kept this interview short. But if this FREE Printable doesn’t work for your class use it as inspiration and make your own. However, if it does work, feel free to print and use as many copies as you need.
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A few tips on how to use this. With my students, I plan on printing these out and clipping them to a clipboard. I will carry the clipboard with me during free choice. And when I see natural breaks in my students play I will ask if they can answer some questions about their moms. I show them the questionnaire and fill it out. It is probably best for you to do this at a table. Have your students sit one at a time and answer all the questions. Do what works best for the flow of your class. For me, the clipboard works because if my student’s learning goes off on a tangent I want to be able to follow their lead. Not be tied down in one spot for very long.
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Rhi John says
Mother’s Day has already gone here in Wales but I love this idea. I’m going to print it and get my two children to do it separately and see what they say about me.
I love this! I wish I could find a short and sweet interview just like this for Father’s Day to match the one my daughter brought home for me!