Sunday, August 25, 2013

D5 Station Rotation Update!

Hello everyone!! Last year I posted a video about how I automated the transition process of D5. Here is the original link . I decided that I didn't want to manually switch groups after each time segment or move clips, or anything else once one part was finished. I also like trying to use computer stuff. :D

(this video took several attempts and I still cut my name off!!!! At least no pups barked during the making of this video)

Here is my new video with a cuter PowerPoint

Link to updated PowerPoint
Here is GingerSnaps' blog

Link to her D5 product that I showed in the video (and used)

**This products requires PowerPoint to work**

3 Replies:

Miss Muir said...

Love this! What a great & easy way to do D5 back to back - I don't like having to get up and change clips, etc. either.

Thank you so much for sharing!
Sprinkles for the Teacher

Liz said...

I love this!! I made my own since I do the Daily 5 a little different. I also made one for my math centers. Now I have extra space on my bulletin boards for anchor charts. :)

Shana said...

Hello! My son is in 1st grade this year and although he is above grade-level expectations academically, his teacher has expressed concerns that he is struggling to transition and turn papers in. There are nearly two dozen transitional times in his classroom each day, and various places to turn in work. She thoughtfully made a checklist for him to keep on his desk to help him, but it addresses so many things that it is not very effective. Do you have any suggestions to help him? Thanks!

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