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  • Jackie Juricic

    Daily 5 organizational chart

  • Shirelle Edghill

    Daily 5 Organization with a pocket chart.

  • Josi

    Beg Borrow Steal: The Daily Five

  • Megan Wylder

    Daily 5 organization and classroom management "sparklers"

  • Jaylynn Payne

    Great "Check in" chart for Daily 5. Perhaps I could have them place name card beside each section and after 5-6 kids are there, they have to pick a diff. location. 3 charts each rounds?

  • Marli Shaw

    Daily 5 organization..good first grade blog. I could make all cards the same size and put a line when the station is full.

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I make a chart every year for my kids -- but I LOVE this one, visually speaking. I might have to copy and laminate this one.

Daily 5 check in, I love this idea but I was going to use magnets to move my groups around, but this would work too.

Love the set up and skill groups/reading groups are still flexible. Students also know what to expect and there will be less arguing over who chose what center!

this would be great stations for ESL students what a better way to learn the language then to read and read to other students!