Using “Find Someone Who” as a Worksheet Alternative in 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade


The idea behind “Find Someone Who” is simple, and 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students will catch on to this activity very quickly.

Basically, students are each given a “Find Someone Who” worksheet that has multiple questions on it.  But instead of answering the questions themselves, they must “Find Someone Who” can answer the questions for them.

In order to this, they wander around the classroom looking for a partner.  Once they find a partner, they each try and answer a question on the other’s page.  Then, they go in search of another partner that can answer a different question.

The goal is that each question will be answered by a different person.  Usually, partners will put their initials next to the question they answered so that it’s easier to see who answered what question.

See an example here with this free pdf “Find Someone Who” Activity that helps your students review classroom procedures here:


Classroom Procedures Find Somebody Who