Back to school holiday reflections - ELSA Support for emotional literacy

Back to school holiday reflections

This is a pack for back to school holiday reflections. Pupils can reflect on their holidays in direct way. When you ask a child how their holidays have gone then that might be difficult for some children to answer. Not all children have the same experiences during the holidays. These questions are wide and diverse and will help pupils reflect on their holidays but also to reflect on coming back into school.

There are 48 cards in black and white, 48 card in colour and 3 differentiated supporting worksheets in the back to school holiday reflections pack.

You can either just print out the cards and use them for conversation or pick out the open ended questions and ask the pupil to pick one to write or draw about on one of the supporting worksheets.

This is a zipped file so please open on a laptop, your phone may not open it.

Back to school holiday reflections

We do have a ‘back to school lapbook’ which was written with awareness of covid.

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