Daily 5A few years ago, I had a classroom website called MrsCroak.com. I used it for my students, their parents, and other teachers. Most of all, I enjoyed sharing things I did with the Daily 5. Since that year, I've moved to teaching middle school English and have modified things to work for my middle school students.
This post is a throwback to those days, because I've got some things to share with you.
My (former) students actively engaged in the Daily 5:
Congratulations to these students, who just graduated from the 8th grade and are on their way to high school!
To keep track of their choices, we used a bulletin board and students kept track of their choices in their book boxes.
Here is a the student form they kept in their book bins: