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Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Someone suggested to us that these would also be good ideas for handwriting practice! // http://www.secondstorywindow.net/home/2012/10/daily-5-work-on-writing-monthly-resources.html Love the idea. It can work wonderfully with upper grades as well.

Daily 5 Work on Writing-Monthly Resources

Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Someone suggested to us that these would also be good ideas for handwriting practice! // http://www.secondstorywindow.net/home/2012/10/daily-5-work-on-writing-monthly-resources.html Love the idea. It can work wonderfully with upper grades as well.

Great idea for Daily 5 - Give choices in word work and the kiddos and differentiate on their own by picking the one they are capable of completing.

Great idea for Daily 5 - Give choices in word work and the kiddos and differentiate on their own by picking the one they are capable of completing.

Small group rotation Powerpoint - on a timer, just push play and it changes the groups for you! included in a Guided Reading bundle

Small group rotation Powerpoint - on a timer, just push play and it changes the groups for you! included in a Guided Reading bundle

Daily 5 book by "The Sisters" With daily5 for dummies: a step by step what to do and say along with book choice.... A definite user friendly way

Daily 5 book by "The Sisters" With daily5 for dummies: a step by step what to do and say along with book choice.... A definite user friendly way

How to organize and differentiate you word work for Daily 5 kindergarten beginning of the year skills-A Differentiated Kindergarten

Differentiated Word Work and A Freebie-Kinder Daily 5 Book Study Chapter 6

How to organize and differentiate you word work for Daily 5 kindergarten beginning of the year skills-A Differentiated Kindergarten

Daily 5 Bookmarks: students pick a bookmark; they begin by completing any must-do's and then go to the Daily 5 station that is listed first on their bookmark; once they complete that station, they can move on to the next station on their bookmark; when all five stations are complete, they are able to turn in their bookmark and get a new one

Daily 5 Bookmarks: students pick a bookmark; they begin by completing any must-do's and then go to the Daily 5 station that is listed first on their bookmark; once they complete that station, they can move on to the next station on their bookmark; when all five stations are complete, they are able to turn in their bookmark and get a new one

The Daily Five Series: Part Five: Word Work - includes lots of ideas and links to activities

The Daily Five Series: Part Five: Word Work - includes lots of ideas and links to activities

A Differentiated Kindergarten: #Colorizeyourclassroom with Astrobrights, A Freebie and a Giveaway from A Differentiated Kindergarten - Includes ideas on how to differentiate math stations.

#Colorizeyourclassroom with Astrobrights, A Freebie and a Giveaway from A

A Differentiated Kindergarten: #Colorizeyourclassroom with Astrobrights, A Freebie and a Giveaway from A Differentiated Kindergarten - Includes ideas on how to differentiate math stations.

Word Work anchor chart in kindergarten. After going creating traditional Daily 5 anchor charts with students, I made these using Scrappin Doodles clip art. Colored (that is crayon wax melting - oops) laminated, and using a Vis-a-Vis (they don't smudge as Expo's do) we talked about what the students body and made notes. Had to make some alterations to hands/eyes with some of the art so that they were "on their work". LOL. Kids said the eyes were creepy. Ha!

Word Work anchor chart in kindergarten. After going creating traditional Daily 5 anchor charts with students, I made these using Scrappin Doodles clip art. Colored (that is crayon wax melting - oops) laminated, and using a Vis-a-Vis (they don't smudge as Expo's do) we talked about what the students body and made notes. Had to make some alterations to hands/eyes with some of the art so that they were "on their work". LOL. Kids said the eyes were creepy. Ha!