Is it possible to have fun while learning to accept feedback?
You bet it is This activity guide is a great addition to the storybook; Thanks for the Feedback, I Think Author Julia Cook provides educators with creative ideas that will keep students in grades K- 6 engaged and learning. Activities include using crafts to provide compliments, identifying safe ways to provide negative feedback, doing self-evaluations, playing games, and creating opportunities to get students up and out of their seats.
More than 20 easy-to-follow activities will help your students learn how to accept both compliments and criticism regarding their work and behavior. The activities range from individual quiet work, to interactive physical activities that will grab students' attention.
Suggestions on how to blend some of the activities are also included. Kids have fun while practicing each skill while learning that feedback is given to them so they can be successful in both school and life. Each activity includes:
More than a dozen activities include reproducible pages and reward coupons in full color that can be used to recognize students who master and use the skills appropriately. Digital forms and worksheets are available to download.
Use the creative ideas in this guide to encourage your students in grades K-5 to accept feedback from you and other adults in their life.