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Sunday, August 9, 2015

BTS Blog Hop

Welcome!

BTS is right around the corner & we have YOU covered!
I am linking up with 
Tammy @ The Owl Teacher
for a BTS BLOG HOP!


I have been working on getting my student's to become

INDEPENDENT LEARNERS!

I really need to start working with student's in small groups.
We do beginning of the year assessments, guided reading, guided math, writing conferences, interventions & ELD  
ALL in small groups!

To enable me to do that...I need INDEPENDENT LEARNERS.
Centers,
Daily 5,
Must Do's / May Do's

Whatever you call them..learning centers where students can practice skills already taught with accountability..to make sure they were done!

I really have been focusing on 
WORD WORK.

I purchased 2 large sterilite drawers...
On the left  each drawer has a different ... WORD WORK CENTER!
(On the right each drawer has a different FLUENCY center).


Spelling words, rainbow words, playdough, stamps, games, & sorting will be a few. 
I expect to change a few ( not all) each week.
We shall see. It depends on the kids.
If they can handle it...we change them. If NOT ( not ready)...we do them again!
Practice..practice..practice!

So to help YOU  with WORD WORK...
I have some new FALL  BTS   Packets!

First...Back to School  WORD  WORK!
(click pic to view on TPT)






Then...
FLUENCY!
( with NOUNS! YIPPEE!! )  


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I hope this helps with some of your centers to help you...TEACH!
Have a Great Back to School!
Here are the prizes YOU can WIN in the GIVEAWAY! WOW!




Enjoy!  




4 comments:

  1. I love your back to school word work resource! Looks packed full of fun!

    Teaching Autism

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  2. You have some great ideas! Thanks for sharing.
    Sandra
    Sandra's Savvy Teaching Tips

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  3. I smiled when I read your opening line, because as a 7th grade teacher, I am also trying to build independent learners! HA! It's much easier for me, however. This year was the first year that I started off the school year in learning centers. It worked like a dream. I have no doubt that you will be able to mold your young people and they'll be working independently in no time. My sister is a 2nd grade teacher, so I've heard the struggle that my colleagues have at the elementary level. My hat goes off to you. Keep on keepin' on.

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