Sunday, July 31, 2016

Morning Routines

Children need routine. I would like to share with you the best morning work routine I have ever used in my classroom. It's the 5-Minute Daily Language Review. When students enter your room, they know exactly what to do. They work through 5 objectives in just 5 minutes. When you are finished taking attendance, they are ready to go over the work in whole group. They love the discussion, and it gets them focused, energized, and ready to learn more. It's a routine they love because they feel successful.

Equally important, by the end of each quarter, they will have covered every language objective provided by Common Core and the Texas TEKS. The rigor grows each quarter, and your ELA instruction will be so much more effective!

I personally have used the 5-Minute Daily Language Review in my classroom for many years. It's now available for Grades 2 - 5. (Yes, I have officially committed to the 6th grade version. It will be started very soon.)

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