Wanting to organize your guided reading groups and student rotations? This resource is just for you!
When I organize my reading stations and centers time, I make teacher reference sheets so I know where every student is going that day, and I make very student friendly rotations charts that they keep in their folders or book bins! In this resource, you will find a step-by-step guide to help you organize your reading group rotation plan.
This resource includes moveable images that are very student-friendly to help you make charts for yourself and for your students. There are four different templates to choose from. The only difference in these charts is the number of rotations included. I have included templates for 2, 3, 4, and 5 rotations per day. You can always add more rotations per day if needed. You can edit the headings to be whatever days you’d like. The moveable images look fantastic in your charts, and they are great visual cues for students who might not be able to read the labels yet!
Please take a detailed look at the preview to decide if this resource will work for you! I have given important notes about the moveable pieces that you will want to make sure you see.
Here’s a list of everything included in this binder:
★ Step-by-step guide for organizing your students and rotations
★ Editable teacher rotation chart templates
★ Editable student rotation chart templates
★ Binder dividers
★ Moveable rotation images for making charts
★ Moveable animal group images for making charts
★ Full-size rotation signs to match moveable rotation images
★ Example charts (pdf version & editable version) to use as a reference