Bell-ringers are an effective way to grab students’ attention at the beginning of class. If you have students guess the answers in teams and offer a little reward to the winners, bell-ringers can also help build a classroom community. Most of my openers are related to the anatomy & physiology topic of the day, but I make seasonal exceptions. Here’s a spring favorite:
What percentage of Americans believe that chocolate bunnies should be eaten ears first?
Here’s the picture I use to illustrate the slide:
Enjoy your weekend…and your bunny, no matter which end you much first.