***Direction Signs and Cross off Name Sheets for each Daily 5 Activity are EDITABLE in a PDF program like Adobe or PDFPen***
NEW: Cara Carroll had the idea of making posters for each Daily 5 activity with the kids names on them so they could simply cross off their name when they go to that activity. It's an easy and efficient way for you and your kids to keep track of where they've been. :) These are EDITABLE for you to add your kids names to each. There's also have half sheet poster that just says the Daily 5 that I use to show which kids are doing the Daily 5 and which ones are in a Book Club. It can be used for whatever you'd like, but that is one example. :)
Sooo I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the Daily 5 this year! I don't have my students do all 5 every day because we just don't have that time in our schedule. However, I wanted to fit it in so they pick 1 a day to do when they are not in a book club for 20 minutes.
So I created these Daily 5 Signs with Directions Signs (EDITABLE DIRECTION SIGNS that you can either copy back to back with the Daily 5 Sign or laminate the 2 signs together back to back) to go with them that would go with any manner of implementing the program along with smaller rotations board signs that are replicas of the class signs. The rotations board signs are in 2 sizes as well: large and small. I have also included 2 record sheets that I use with my kids. The record sheets would probably work best when they do not pick more than 1 in a day. The check for understanding for each day goes along with my Exit Posters.
Exit Posters for Self-Assessment
I hope these signs help you organize your Daily 5 routines!!! :)
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Disclaimer: This product is not endorsed in any way by the creators of the Daily 5, Gail Boushey & Joan Moser "the sisters."