Mood boosters for fast Finishers

It’s been a while since I posted so I thought I’d offer you a little gift for being so patient with me.

I love using Fast Finishers activities (the book is a bit of a giveaway!!) and here are some FF tasks that will boost the mood of your students!!

Mood Boosters for Fast finishers is a collection of autonomous activities you can download, cut out and leave in a box at the front of the class, students who finish an activity can come and collect one of these cards and keep themselves busy AND boost their wellbeing while the rest of the class continue with the original task.


Write a nice note to someone.



Write the name of 3 people you love & describe why.



Describe a day you were proud.



What is the hardest things you’ve ever done?



If you could give $1 million to a person or charity who would it be & why?



If you were a teacher, what would you teach?


Start a gratitude list & add to it whenever you have time.



Write about 3 things you can do well.


If you could give anyone a present now, what would you give to whom?



What treat can you give yourself after class?


Write a joke in English.



What was the last thing to make you laugh?



What is your goal and what one thing can you do today to get closer to it?



If you could do one thing today to help someone, what would it be?


Describe the clothes you wear when you want to be happy?



Write a list of things you would do to cheer up a sad friend.


Write a list of “feel-good” films you would recommend to your classmates.



Write a “happy tunes” playlist of songs that make you happy.


Write about the last thing you did to help someone else.



Who is your hero and why? Now write a list of all the things you have in common with this person.


Hope you find them useful 🙂


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