Homeroom Class Activities

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Homeroom is a class where the teacher gets the chance to make important announcements or takes down the attendance of the students in a particular grade level. Homeroom period lasts for about 20 to 30 minutes at the start of each day. Some days, teachers do not have much to announce and may need some activities for the students to stimulate them or let them get to know each other.

Peer Counseling Session

One of the activities for homeroom period is a peer counselling session. The teacher can facilitate the discussion and open the floor to anyone who wishes to talk about anything. For instance, a student may wish to discuss hardships in different subjects, peer pressure or other problems the students may have. Other students in the group can give sound advice to those who need it. This will be a good way to foster friendship and support among the students. It will be helpful to hold a peer counselling session for homeroom at the end of each week in order to assess how the week went for the students.

Board Games

Provide some board games for the students to play. This can be anything from educational board games or board games for entertainment. Some of these can be Scrabble, Monopoly, Clue, or Snakes and Ladders. These simple activities will help the students relax and have fun so that they can have a good start to their day. It will also keep their minds active and ready for the first academic subject following homeroom class. The teacher will also be able to interact with the students in a friendly manner by joining the games. This is a good bonding activity for the entire class and can even form some new friendships among the students.

Jigsaw Puzzles

Another good activity during homeroom class is forming jigsaw puzzles. Start with a puzzle that has a few hundred pieces. The entire class can work together as a team and form the jigsaw puzzle with the extra time left in homeroom every day, since it could take a whole week or longer to finish. While putting together the puzzle, the students can communicate with each other and tell stories so it is also a good way for them to get to know each other. Frame the puzzle when it is complete so that students can see all their hard work. It is also a good idea to have them sign their names on the puzzle to remind everyone who put the jigsaw puzzle together.

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