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Shake It Up: glue sight words to pom-poms. Students shake jar to find word, read it, and write it down (maybe have students match it to response sheet by coloring it the same color as the pom-pom)

***UPDATED 6/28/14*** I will be updating this file from week to week as we go through our Daily 5 2nd Edition Book Study. You can check out how I use each form on my blog HERE. This product is an unofficial adaptation of the Daily 5 by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser. www.thedailycafe....

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.

This is a great Daily 5 resource.

Practice game???1-play super slow, 2-play super fast, 3-play staccato, 4- play lh with rh/play rh with lh, 5-play by memory, 6-play in a different octave....

Daily 5 ideas @ Amy Kaiser @ Allison Gibbons Tokar

I was curious about the Daily 5, but I wasn't sure how to take grades and really make sure it was meaningful for my students. THIS is the way to do it!

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Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Daily 5 Station/Literacy Station Organization Linky Party

This is a great idea, I am going to use it for 4th grade. I am going to tweak it for the use of sentences, but love the idea of using it as part of my everyday routine. @KatieHruskocy and @KirstenHucks Words Their Way Daily Posters

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