cady_boylan

I am looking for an idea, I have half day kindergarten, and I am not sure how to fit multiple café boards in my room, so that I can have one for each class, so 2 total.

Another teacher at my school departmentalizes for 5th graders and she is trying to figure out how to put 3 CAFE boards into her room.

Any suggestions or ideas would be great.


11.07.2014

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Sarah Klinczar

Sorry for the late response to this - I’ve seen people use tri-fold boards.

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Ashley Duncan

I teach a whole class of 4th graders in the morning and a whole class of 5th graders in the afternoon (language immersion school). I use an 8.5x11 sheet for each letter heading and have two columns of strategies under each heading. The kids know which set is theirs because the morning class is on the left and the afternoons on the right and each class has a different color. So my CAFE board has 8 columns instead of 4. For example, under “C” my 4th graders strategies are on orange paper and my 5th graders are on yellow.

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