This cute spy or reading detectives design powerpoint file is a super addition to your reading language arts or daily 5 center routine! It's a great way to help you manage your guided reading and small group reading block!!
This super spy or reading detectives design/themed Daily Centers slideshow will automatically rotate your students through 5 centers for effective small group instruction. Students work on each of their daily centers for aprx 14 minutes and are prompted to clean up, build stamina and then slide automatically changes showing them where to head next.
Students have rotations through the following centers: word work, computers, listening, writing and guided reading but center names CAN be changed to your center names!
The whole slide show rotation is aprx. 75 minutes with a simple chime sound and clean up periods between each rotation. A simple clock graphic appears 1 minute before the clean up slide alerting you (the teacher) that it is time to wrap up guided reading.
Use on your projector, promethean or smart board, on your computer or computer hooked up to your tv!
Type the names of your reading groups into the slides and you are ready to go. Now with easy "find and replace" quick fill directions that will make this step super quick and easy!
This file can be edited and changed as your groups change throughout the year!!
It can be used in any language arts, guided reading block and be easily edited to suit your needs.
Please feel free email me with specific questions, I am happy to help you get this up and running in your classroom! This slideshow allows me to see every guided reading group EVERYDAY and allows my students to practice all of their daily centers everyday and keeps the class on schedule! Remember this powerpoint can be edited to fit your class schedule as well (make it 1 hour long block or 2 hour block) by chaning the timings of the slideshow. firstname.lastname@example.org
* Easy to follow directions to help you customize your center rotations are included with your purchase.
* Check out some of my other reading and math rotations!