This All About Me questionnaire is a fun and gentle getting-to-know-you activity.
It’s perfect for the first week back to school activity, just print and go!
Use this versatile activity in the classroom, or as a reflective homework activity at the beginning of the year. Learn more about your new class.
- 50 Questions – including birthday, favorite food, movie, etc along with some gentle, more investigative questions such as: How do you feel this week? What challenges you? What support do you need?
- ‘Speech bubbles’ for your bulletin board – encourage everyone to contribute!
- A template for drawing and writing
- A blank template for your own use
- Early finisher speech bubble doodle pages
- Two versions are included – USA and UK/Aus/Canada spellings
What materials do I need?
- Print onto heavyweight paper or card stock for the best results
- Marker pens and colored pencils for doodling
- Scissors for cutting out the speech bubbles
Ideas for use
- Build a strong sense of community during the first week back
- Safe for shy or nervous students to share about themselves
- Bulletin board displays
- ESL students
- Students with learning disabilities
- Goal setting and growth mindset
- Welcoming new students
- New teacher introduction
- Helpful low prep icebreaker activity for substitute teachers
- End of Year reviews
Here’s the activity in more detail
Happy teacher feedback
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Megan D says,
“This was a great springboard for an About Me poster at the beginning of the school year. This really helped the students focus on what to put on their About Me poster.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Karissa F says,
“This was a great activity when I started with my new caseload. This gave us lots of information while getting to know each other..”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jessica C says,
“Very comprehensive! Includes questions not typically on an “All About Me” so I get a really rounded idea of my students!.”
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