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The number of student e-mails I have received since SCHOOL ENDED on Friday.
Reblogging for myself to refer to later. Thanks, PPT!
I have been hoping all year that next year I could move up a grade. With that hope in mind, I’ve been pinning on Pinterest Daily 5 and Cafe Strategies ideas. It doesn’t look like I’ll be changing grades, so I thought I would at least share what I’ve found.
The books are written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.
Here is what I’ve found:
If you are trying out Daily 5 / Cafe next year (or thinking about it) and plan on doing some research of it over the summer, I suggest you bookmark or reblog this post!
The Bookies is an awesome local bookstore that has an amazing education section. They have education books and resources, and I have a gift certificate.
So, Tumblr buddies:
I’m looking for resources to help me with minilessons for reader’s workshop. What are your favorite resources? Any you’ve heard of or used that look promising?
I teach 3rd grade and have a range of readers (don’t we all?), but I’m really just looking for any good reader’s workshop minilesson resources. At this point, I’m floundering and dread teaching my reading minilessons, so any help or direction would be appreciated. So, spread the knowledge?