Are you looking for a way to show that you are using flexible groupings in your classroom?
Do you need a way to show students what groups they should be working in throughout their math and reading time?
Take a look at my Labels for Differentiated Student Groupings. These grouping labels quickly and easily identify who students should be working with on any given activity. These labels are great for primary and intermediate grades. A picture identifies the grouping for younger students, along with the proper label for older students to read.
The labels come in black and white, orange, green, blue, and purple. The labels are also available for you to use in large format (2 per page) or smaller format (4 per page).
Mount the grouping cards on colored cardstock or construction paper and laminate for durability. Now, you can post your written directions for students and add a grouping label to help them easily see who they should be working with.
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