Hello fellow educators!  Can anyone share their thoughts about NOT bringing older students (4th and 5th) back to the meeting space throughout the Daily 5?  Pros/Cons of doing so?  During the Daily 5, there would be 1 mini lesson and then you send the learners out and they get choice on how long and what to do for the week.  Bring them back at the end of the workshop to debrief the day.   Thoughts?






Just some thoughts to ponder :) --How long is your Daily 5 time?  Is one mini-lesson enough for the kiddos?Are they truly independent enough to make good choices for the length of the workshop? 

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