In our classroom students often authentically come up with authentic questions to ask their friends in order to make surveys.
We have loved providing authentic surveys for kids throughout our distance learning experience with our students.
We use Google Slides activities in our weekly virtual choice board so that students can ask friends and family members the questions we want to offer them.
I am happy I’ll still be able to use these when we return to our classroom!
What I love about these is that students were very engaged in these activities. They are easy for non-readers to use as they can rely on picture cues!
Students simply click on the moveable pieces and slide it onto the graph to show their answer! Then, when they are done filling in the graph, they can move the rectangle to the side to show they know which one was the most popular! Easy Peasy!
I have been finding that every other week I have been able to assign students two survey questions. This has been manageable for the kids and they are enjoying the variety of questions being offered.
Would you be find digital survey’s to be helpful in your classroom?
Click on the image below to check them out! There 75 different options to use throughout the full year!