I’d like to hear what everyone does with the ONE kid who can’t handle stamina. I HATE calling the whole group back for the same kid as it’s not fair to the class & I don’t want to cause ill feelings toward that child.
For ones who are low & get tired easily from all the work I have a hard time “punishing.”
The link below is to the Sisters article about “Barometer Children”. It gives you lots of information about different levels of support for these kiddos. Also, on the right side are a few link you might want to check out.
|Introducing Daily 5 and Cafe to upper primary students (in Australia)||Daily 5||2||1.9k||5 months 1 week|
|Daily Five and Science of Reading||Daily 5||5||2.9k||5 months 2 weeks|
|Daily 5 and ELA Curriculum: How do you fit everything in?||Daily 5||1||689||5 months 2 weeks|
|Daily 5 Rubric||Daily 5||0||314||6 months 1 day|
|Stevenson Phonics and Daily 5||Daily 5||0||210||6 months 1 week|
|Not enough time||Daily 5||0||280||6 months 3 weeks|
|phonics||Daily 5||0||308||6 months 3 weeks|
|Introducing Daily 5 in Upper Elementary||Daily 5||4||3.5k||8 months 3 weeks|
|Could the daily 5 be used in a tutoring environment?||Daily 5||1||305||11 months 1 week|
|Best way to start?||Daily 5||0||1.4k||1 year 8 months|
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