Literacy Rotations are a great time of your day to allow your students practical application of things you’ve been working on in class. Great literacy centers review writing, sight words, vocabulary, grammar, and reading. While your students are busy at literacy centers, you can meet with small groups of students to check up on how they are progressing in their reading.
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Know that small groups are an amazing way to check in with your students. By utilizing the time you have with a small group of your students, you will be able to help personalize lessons, make sure your students feel like their needs are understood, and help to improve their learning experience. Check out these helpful tips!