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June Bell Ringer Questions

Our collection of June Bell Ringer Questions has been created to help engage your students in a simple, but meaningful morning routine.

June Bell Ringer Questions

This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.

***You can download this free set of June Bell Ringer questions & resources by clicking on each of the BOLD “June Bell Ringer Questions” links at the bottom of this post. (A black & white version has also been provided for those who don’t want the background color formatting.)**

Engaging Morning Routine

For those who aren’t familiar with these, Bell Ringers are posted questions that you show your students as they walk into your classroom each day. Students are expected to reflect and respond to the questions by moving their name piece underneath their corresponding answer.

These June bell ringer questions can be an engaging part of your daily morning routine and are a simple way to get your students reading and thinking from the moment they enter the classroom.

EVEN BETTER, they are great discussion starters for your morning meetings or class gatherings!! Expand upon the topics for a fun way to get your students learning about each other.

To use these June Bell Ringer questions, print all the pages and laminate them for durability. Cut the questions apart and then add magnetic tape, sticky tack or whatever works best for you so that pieces can be taken down daily and moved around.

This resource will need wall space, such as a white board area or bulletin board, designated for your daily questions.

What’s included in our June Bell Ringer Questions?

You will find a “June Question” sign as part of this collection. This can be displayed in the designated spot in your room for your daily question. There is also a set of response cards which are the words you will post underneath each daily question based on how students are supposed to respond. In this collection you will find:

  • Yes/No/Maybe Questions
  • Always/Sometimes/Never Questions
  • Multiple Choice Questions

How to Use the Name Cards

A download of matching name cards that you can choose to print for your students is also included. These are editable so you can type names on them or simply print them & write names on each one. Laminate and add magnetic tape/sticky tack to get them ready for student use. (NOTE: To add names you will need to insert a “text box” into each frame to type on the cards.)

Place the name cards in a basket or arrange them on the board next to the question somehow. Don’t forget to add your name! Students will enjoy seeing how you respond each day!

Question Cards

This set includes 40 bell ringer questions that may or may not be centered on the month of June. (Some are just fun or funny questions for students to ponder!) You will also find 15 questions based on birthdays of well known people or nationally designated days in June in the United States.

(NOTE: These days may or may not be “officially” recognized days in June. Some are just fun calendar days and their origin can’t necessarily be found.)

There are a wide variety of questions so that you can choose one for each and every day in your classroom for the month of June. Because there are 55 question cards total, you will be able to choose the questions that fit your school and class best. Use different cards depending on the school year and days you are in the classroom.

We have also included one blank matching template so that you can write some of your own questions if you wish (or have students help to come up with questions).

Download this set of June Bell Ringer Question resources here. Click on each link separately:

Question Cards for June

Matching Name Cards

June ~ Questions (black & white version)

Black & White Name Cards

Be sure to bookmark this page so you can easily find it each year. Not sure how to bookmark? Check out this tutorial we created: Bookmarking in Chrome

Need some other resources for the month of June?  Check out some of these:

Want another idea to add to your morning routine?  Check out Interactive Mornings – Graphing Task Cards

As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!

You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.