Are you looking for an activity for each Child Development class period to get your students thinking about education, early childhood, child development, careers in child development, and more? Let’s get your students thinking about this Family Consumer Science topic right when they enter your classroom!
I love bell ringer journals because they help structure my class, create a routine, and look so good when you have an observation!
This bell ringer journal also includes a rubric for easy grading!
⭐This Child Development Bell Ringer Journal has prompts for the entire semester.
You can print these child development bell work prompts and have students put them in a binder or folder or assign it in Google Classroom!
What’s Included in this Child Development Activity?
- 90 prompts all about child development to get your students thinking about important concepts. The journal is both in Google and a Printable PDF so you can assign it on the computer or right in class.
- An answer key is included as well as an editable version to change the order of days.
- Editable version to edit or modify the text to suit your students’ needs!
✏ child development theorists
✏ Maslow’s hierarchy
✏ career exploration in the field of child development
✏ student’s own childhood experiences
✏ birth defects
✏ play and developmental toys
✏ types of preschools
✏ use of technology in childhood
✏ language development
✏ parenting styles
✏ cost of parenting
✏ preschool programs
✏ children’s books
✏ special education
✏ recess and more!
National Family and Consumer Science:
4.1- Analyze career paths within early childhood, education & related services.
4.2.1- Analyze child development theories and their implications for educational and childcare practices.
4.2.5- Analyze strategies that promote the. growth and development of children, youth, and adults.
Summarize education and training requirements and opportunities for career paths in early childhood, education, and services.
Teaching Food Science? We have a food science bell ringer journal as well!