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I am slightly concerned with how the whole structure of Daily 5 will work with those students who have difficulty focusing, disruptive behaviors, and are so far behind their peers with regard to reading level/stamina that the whole Daily 5 rotation will become that of frustration for them! Did anyone have these concerns when they first started Daily 5? Can you offer advice as I begin this journey?


07.12.2014

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Here’s a link to the place where you can read LOTS of articles and view videos about what the sisters call “Barometer Children”. I think you’ll find lots of information that will help you. As you are reading/viewing, post any questions you might have :).
http://thedailycafe.com/daily-5/helpful-tips-10088/barometer-children

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