A while back, I share with you how I planned to run reading rotations in my room (actually, a year ago this October!) I have something to share with you now....
It didn't work for me.
I know....a collective gasp just went up among the Teaching in Room 6 followers. Something didn't work?? How could that be?? ;)
Seriously though, the plan I had mapped out so carefully just wasn't in the cards. I think a lot of it had to do with my "all or nothing" approach. I felt like if I didn't do rotations every day, then what was the point?
Well, my school is moving towards a "Universal Access" mode, where I will have a push in aide for 40 minutes per day, and I think this is the PERFECT time to try rotations again.
You can read my exact plan here (which I am going to try again) but I wanted to share the rotation sheets with you, since I many of you asked for them before. So here they are.
These aren't editable (due to clip art terms) but they will give you a good idea of how you can also structure your rotation plan. I also included a blank one for you, so you can just fill that one in with your own rotation schedule.