In years past, I have always used daily fix-it in the mornings when my students come in. It is a short quick beginning for the day. Journeys included 2 proofreading practice sentences each day for my Firsties. So, I made a simple sheet for them to keep up with each day. I have this pdf file saved in Dropbox, and I pull it up each morning as I go over the two sentences with my students. It is merely meant as a teaching tool, but it really helps my students. They enjoy doing it each morning. In my class, they put it in their table boxes each day, and then they lay it out each afternoon so they can begin the next day with proofreading practice. The Journeys book only uses these sentences on Mondays through Thursdays, which is also nice. We are able to take a break from it on Fridays, and do something different. It is also a great way to teach responsibility. They have to keep up with it throughout the week. I always have extra copies though for the students who lose it at some point, but then they have to re-do the sentences they missed. Usually after one time of having to re-do the assignment, they manage to keep up with them for the remainder of the time. Plus, it is a great way to reinforce the spelling skills for the week.
I have to mention that the lines for the students are not huge, but I just wanted to fit them all on one page instead of front and back. My students have no problems with it, and I also think it is probably good practice for learning how to write on notebook paper in the future anyway.
This includes the Daily Proofreading Practice for every story. (Lessons 1-30)