Need easy to use Language Arts and Math Station Rotation Charts?
I have included printable differentiated student strips for each day for younger children and each week for older children. Also see this post on my blog for actual photos and more details.- robinlimpert.com- Specific Post link to copy and paste- http://wp.me/p6sW6j-4V I have four different charts, two for Reading (Language Arts) and two for Math. The first two charts on page 1 & 2 are aimed for 1st- 5th grade and the second two charts on page 7 & 8 are adapted to fit the needs of K-1st graders depending on the maturity of your students to mark off the correct day. There is also a recommendation for a free timer app that works well to manage any rotation chart! The charts do not need to be changed or rotated since I meet with each group once everyday so I leave them up all year. On the page after each chart, I have each icon enlarged and labeled so you may post them on a separate chart for specific instructions for when students get to that station or center. I left the specific time out of the charts because I like the flexibility to change the time for each station depending on the time I need them and if we run out of time. I use a free multiple timer app called "Timer +" running on my iPad and sitting out for the students to see. The sixth page of this document has a sample image of what my management screen looks like inside the app so you get a better idea of what it can do. You can choose from a nice selection of subtle alarms that are not too startling when you preset that repeated time loop. If you need to adjust the time for that rotation, just walk over and adjust that time slot. Please message me if you have any questions, I would love to share it with you!