lgillis

I have read the Daily 5 and CAFE books and I’m curious about how people plan for the first days/weeks of school. I’ve noticed the plan outlined in the Daily 5 book for the first day of school actually differs slightly from the daily plans listed in the back of the book. For someone who is new to this, I would like to know which one to follow. I understand it is flexible and I have to do what works for my class and schedule. But, I’m still looking for input on the best way to make sure I’m covering everything. Thanks!


08.23.2014

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9y

I think different plans are given so that you can decide which works best for you.

9y
Dan Montanaro

Are these plans on the website as well? I am new to this also and would like to use my iPad to organize plans.

9y

If you go to the main page and look at the Launching Lessons for each of the Daily 5, you’ll see suggested ways to introduce each. S Rea

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