I came across another linky that Falling Into First is hosting...all about daily schedules. I agree with Falling Into First......I really like looking at other teachers' schedules. Always looking for ways to tweak mine & make it work better for us! I feel like we have a fairly short school day & it's hard to get it all in......I'm always wishing I had another 20-30 minutes! Don't we all?!?
Here's my schedule
8:00-8:15 - Students arrive, get their agendas ready for Agenda Math and read from their book baskets.
8:20 - Agenda Math
8:25-9:00 - Reading Workshop - during this time, I conference with individual students, and work with a small group for 20 minutes each day.
9:15-9:50 - Workstations - we do 2 rotations each day. Kiddos who are not working with me, the ESL teacher, or our Instructional Aide may choose a task for their workstation.
9:50-10:10 - Vocabulary - I've been using Melissa McMurray's (F is for First Grade) Vocabulary Pack with LOTS of success! I love that it also incorporates read alouds. My kiddos love it, & the words stick!
10:10-10:40 - Writing Workshop
10:40-10:50 - Calendar Math
10:50-11:35 - Recess and Lunch
11:40-11:50 - Handwriting and RR Break
11:50-12:00 - Everyday Math - Mental Math & Reflexes
12:00-12:30 - Science/Social Studies/Health - This depends on what we're working on. We just finished learning about health, wellness, and germs and are currently learning all about MLK.
12:30-1:40 - Math Workshop. We use Everyday Math. I generally do a min-lesson, & then we move through stations: either working with me, independent work at their seats, or workstation choices.
1:40-2:25 - Specials
As I said.....I am constantly looking for ways to squeeze more time out of my day. I am really excited to be able to take a look at other teachers' daily schedules and can't wait to check out all the link ups! Click on over and check them out!
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