FREE! Student Survey ~ Interest Inventory

Student Survey ~ Interest Inventory I hope you and your students enjoy this free student survey and interest inventory. It's great for the first day of school! Teaching Suggestions: You can run the student survey front/back, or just use the front page.

Student Interest Inventory: Getting to Know Your Students

Get to know your students with a student interest survey. Use it at the beginning of the school year, after breaks, or open house and meet the teacher nights. If you get to meet your students before the next school year, this would be helpful too!

adorable student survey (back to school!) Pencils and Magic Wands:

Think, Wonder, & Teach shares a Student Interest Survey for the upper elementary student. Learn where you can get your free copy.

Music? That is the Question--Freebie Needs Survey as seen on Fifth Grade Flock    www.fifthgradeflock.com

Facts about Student Learners: This is a free learning style survey from Teachers Pay Teachers website. This would be appropriate for grade and up.

Student Interest Survey from JulieTejeda on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)  - Get to know your students with this fun, eye-catching student survey!

Student Interest Survey from JulieTejeda on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages) - Get to know your students with this fun, eye-catching student survey!

Morning Work for the First Weeks of School - activities/wo

Morning Work for the First Weeks of School - activities/worksheets (10 days)

Basic interest inventory that allows you to form lessons around what students enjoy so that they are more engaged in the lesson.

Reading Interest Survey - find out what they like to read!

Reading Interest Survey that can be used at the beginning of a new series of work to track student interests, passion and motivation towards reading. Great tool to inform planning.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Guided-Reading-Interest-Inventory-Survey-1265189

A survey which a teacher can do with her class to figure out their reading interests. It is important to first get to know your students and their interest.

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