Our school has a 6-day rotation for specials, Reading Street, and our Eagle Time ( our intervention/enrichment time). Out of necessity, my partner and I also created A and B days. We noticed that some of our kids have a more difficult time attending to tasks during the afternoons, so we flip flop our classes every other day. On A days, I keep my homeroom class for Language Arts first then they go to Math and Science in the afternoons. Conversely, on B days, they start with Math in the morning, and then they come to me for Language Arts and Social Studies in the afternoon. It's nice to know that students won't always be tuning out during the same class, and so far, it's been beneficial. It actually hasn't been as complicated as I thought it would be, and I am soooooo glad! I was writing A or B on the whiteboard every day for a few weeks, but I finally got around to creating little signs to signal A and B days to my homeroom kiddos during morning activities. Help yourself to a copy, if you think you can use it in some way!
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A & B Days
Lastly, since we are running Reading Street on a 6-day rotation, I actually will be wrapping up What About Me? on Monday and Tuesday this week, but I wanted to post the new goodies for those of you who are moving on to Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday tomorrow! :) Enjoy!
Alexander Spelling List
Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Objectives