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120 Marvelous Morning Meeting Sharing Ideas

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By The NEARHUB Team April 24, 2023
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Sharing ideas at the morning meeting is a fantastic way for students to start their days. Read on to find 120 marvelous morning meeting sharing ideas.

Mornings can be tough for everyone. Students and teachers might find it difficult to keep focused in class. Experienced teachers take a class morning meeting to set expectations for the day, as well as for students to know each other better. There are a bunch of ways to make a morning meeting meaningful, and one is by asking interesting questions. Need some ideas? Here is a list of morning meeting questions for you.

Morning meeting questions

A question a day keeps my drowsiness away. A question of the day is a fun way to get the kids thinking when you are about to start your lessons. You’d be surprised about how many students reflect that this is their favorite thing they do all day. It's also a great way to connect with one another and express themselves.

Here's a list of morning meeting ideas and questions for all ages.

  1. What is your favorite book or TV show?
  2. What do you like to do the most when you are not at school?
  3. What is your favorite [pick a color] object?
  4. What superpower would you like to have and why?
  5. Is your room at home messy or clean and do you like it?
  6. If you have enough money to go anywhere on vacation, where would you go?
  7. What is your least favorite food?
  8. What do you like most about school and why?
  9. What are you the most proud of?
  10. What do you want to be when you grow up?If you cannot imagine yet, what do you want to do a year later?
  11. What do you think about when you want to cheer yourself up?
  12. What is your least favorite rule at school?
  13. What is your favorite season? Tell us why.
  14. Who is someone you admire?
  15. If you could be someone else, who would you choose to be?
  16. What is something you are really good at but people at school don't know about?
  17. What is your favorite movie of all time?
  18. If your friend were assigning an emoji to represent you, what would it be?
  19. Do you think it would be more fun to visit the past or the future?
  20. Of everything you have achieved, what do you think is the hardest thing and how you made it?
  21. What is your favorite smell?
  22. What is the best compliment you can give someone?
  23. What is your favorite kind of music?
  24. What is your favorite holidayand why?
  25. Tell us your favorite way to unwind at the end of a day?
  26. What will do if your friend just has a bad day?
  27. What do you think is the hardest part about being a (middle school, elementary school, or high school) student?(The school life is not as easy as what adults think, isn't it?)
  28. Tell us about a day which you deem as very important in your life.
  29. Share some special events coming up in your life.
  30. What is the first thing you do afteryou wake up in the morning?
  31. Where is your first choice to do your homework?
  32. Which homework do you write first?
  33. What's a bad habit you wish to break? If there is anything we can do to help you make it?
  34. Do you think social media is good for children? Why?
  35. If you could make or cancelone school rule, what would it be?
  36. Tell us about who you live with.
  37. Who is your favorite cartoon character?
  38. Tell us about your proudest moment in the last month or two.
  39. Is there something you feel grateful for in the past week?
  40. Do you love pets?
  41. What is something you're looking forward to?
  42. What is something that makes you happy?
  43. What is something you're not good at but want to improve?
  44. What is something you want to learn?
  45. What is your favorite food?
  46. What is something fun you did over the weekend?
  47. What is your favorite thing to do with your friends?
  48. What is something new you learned recently?
  49. What is your favorite song and who is your favorite singer?
  50. What is your favorite animal?
  51. What is your favorite video game? How will you recommend it to your friends?
  52. What is something you're proud of?
  53. What is your favorite sport?
  54. What is your favorite subject in school?
  55. What is your favorite thing about your teacher?
  56. What is something you did that made you feel brave?
  57. What is something you did to help someone else?
  58. What is your favorite thing to do outside?
  59. What is your favorite thing about spring?
  60. What is your favorite thing about summer?
  61. What is your favorite thing about fall?
  62. What is your favorite thing about winter?
  63. Are you a good friend? Why do you think so?
  64. What character makes you laugh most?
  65. Of all the things you are learning, what do you think will be the most useful when you are an adult?
  66. What is something that makes your family special?
  67. At what age do you think is a person an adult? Why do you think so?
  68. Where did you encounter a struggle this week? How did you deal with it?
  69. What are your dreams? It can be either big or small.
  70. What's your pet peeve?
  71. When you've had a bad day, what do you do to make yourself feel better?
  72. What would your perfect Saturday be like?
  73. Who is the kindest person you know?
  74. If you could choose your own nickname, what would it be?
  75. What helps you feel welcome?
  76. Can money buy happiness?
  77. What makes you curious?
  78. When are you most creative?
  79. If you could travel back three years and visit your younger self, what advice would you give yourself?
  80. If you could give one gift to every single child in the world, what gift would you give?

Fun morning meeting questions are effective in breaking the ice among students during morning meetings. In case of a large class, you can select a student of the day or a few participants to answer the questions to ensure that every student gets a chance to share their thoughts. These questions can initiate engaging and meaningful discussions among the students.

Morning Meeting Share Ideas

Here are some light-hearted morning meeting sharing ideas which are really imaginative. Try it in your class and students' reaction will surprise you.

  1. Imagine you are in Hogwarts, which colleges do you want Sorting Cap to put you in, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin or Gryffindor?
  2. What alternative name can you come up with for peanut butter?
  3. If you could invent something that would simplify people's lives, what would it be?
  4. What one invention would you un-invent and why?
  5. Would you rather win $10,000 or let your best friend win $100,000?
  6. Imagine you discover a beautiful island and decide to establish a new society. What is the first rule you would implement?
  7. If you became invisible for 10 minutes right now, what appropriate school activity would you do?
  8. What is a phrase or expression you use too frequently?
  9. Do you put your cereal in the bowl before the milk or the milk before the cereal?
  10. If you could play one song every time you entered a room, what would it be and why?
  11. Your English teacher is a witch, and she zaps you into a novel for not paying attentionto her. Which novel would you hope to be zapped into, and why?
  12. Are pets superior to humans?
  13. What is your favorite color combination?
  14. If you were a teacher, and your students did not listen to you, what would you do?
  15. Would you rather give up breakfast, lunch, or dinner forever?
  16. During a zombie apocalypse, what five things would you take with you and why?
  17. Which day do you consider the actual start of the week, Sunday or Monday?
  18. You're asked to cook dinner for your family and are sent to the store with $20. On the way, however, you stop for at Starbucks and meet a friend you owe $10 dollars to and she wants her money now. By the time you get to the store, you have $6 and 10 minutes to shop. What's for dinner?
  19. If humans started colonizing Mars, would you volunteer to move there? Why or why not?
  20. What is something you can brag about but usually don't?
  21. Would you rather have a photographic memory or be excellent at one thing but mediocre at everything else?
  22. Where do you not mind waiting?
  23. You can keep your name or select a new one. What do you choose?
  24. If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?
  25. Would you rather be a master at every musical instrument or fluent in every language in the world?
  26. What is an unwritten rule in school that everyone knows?
  27. If life were a video game, what two cheat codes would you want?
  28. What is your favorite scent?
  29. If you could create one rule that everyone in the world must obey, what would it be?
  30. When was a time you felt fortunate?
  31. If you could ask your pet three questions, what would they be?
  32. What would you name your band, and what kind of music would you play?
  33. If you had a time machine, would you travel to the past or the future?
  34. What are the best burger toppings?
  35. Would you ever go skydiving?
  36. At what age do you think people are really "old"?
  37. If you could pick a new name, what would it be?
  38. What's the worst possible (edible) thing to put on a pizza?
  39. Is there any cliche you have heard from adults for thousands of times?
  40. Are you a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? If now you can become one of the hero of Marvel Universe, which one will you choose?

Final thoughts

Holding a morning meeting to share ideas can enhance classroom unity and improve the management of the classroom. When students feel listened to, their behavior in the classroom tends to improve significantly. It is a valuable gift for them. In addition to being enjoyable, these questions also aid in students' imaginative writing. As they answer more questions, they can use their understanding and answers in their writing later on.

NearHub is an all-in-one solution for classrooms. NearHub possesses an interactive digital whiteboard with cutting-edge smart software. You can also put your morning meeting sharing ideas on our board. By combining your favorite programs with mess-free writing canvas and video conferencing, you can improve your interaction and productivity in hybrid teaching. Besides, NearHub also provides MagicPad S13 to improve digital learning and creativity. Click here to view more on NearHub.

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