New to the Daily 3 here, and doing as much reading of articles and watching of videos as I can!
Do most teachers offer activities during the Daily 3 that also reflect what is currently being taught during the focus lessons, or do most teachers use Daily 3 activities that review previously taught concepts?
I believe the article I referenced for you on your question about differentiating activiites will apply here as well. The link again is https://www.thedailycafe.com/articles/How-Often-Should-I-Change-Math-Activities
After you ponder it for a bit, let me know of ways I can help clarify further.
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