Saturday, July 21, 2012

Daily Agenda & Schedule

Having a daily schedule/ agenda posted in the classroom is so important.  At the lower elemntary grades, it helps teach the students the concept of passing time, sequencing, and gives them a sense of security in knowing that we have a plan for the day (although it may change sometimes!).

I've had the same schedule cards for a while and wanted to update the look.  I use a long pocket chart to house the schedule.  That way, I can move things each day, if needed, or make adjustments throughout the day (we all know that math just takes longer some days!).  Here is what my calendar area looks like (photo from last year).

The pocket chart on the left has my daily agenda.
Since I thought others may like a little updating, too. . . .  I just uploaded the files to my TPT page.  You can get it HERE.  If there are other items that you'd like to see added to the schedule cards, just let me know and I can update the file :)


I know some are also getting ready to start school (or at least plan).  Here is my schedule from last year for 1st semester (readers and writers workshop gets longer as they build stamina).  If you are new to first grade, this may help you figure out how to get it all in throughout the week.


Here is a LINK if you'd like a closer look!

That's all for now... I'm off to ANOTHER baseball game.  Between the 2 boys, we've only had 6 baseball-free days since school got out.  However, I do have one wicked farmer's tan!

6 comments:

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    1. Lisa,
      Thanks for stopping by! I'm glad I could help out :)

      Blessings,
      Michele

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  2. Michele,
    The schedule cards are adorable! They are waiting in my cart for a few more items. I love the font! Which font is it? That's just the way I make signs and labels so it looks like my own writing (but cuter).
    Camille
    An Open Door

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    1. Hi Camille,
      I'm glad you like them! The font was free from Kathy Law at First Grade ala Carte. Here is the post for you. Enjoy!

      http://firstgradealacarte.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-very-own-font.html

      Blessings,
      Michele

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  3. Hi! I'm your newest follower and a fellow Michigander! Actually, I should say a Michiana. I live 2 miles from Indiana in Sturgis. If you need any freebies you can check out my blog, maybe some of them would fit your first graders!
    Patty
    Second In Line

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  4. Hi Michele,
    I stopped by to tell you how much I enjoy reading you blog and to give you the Liebster Award. However,I noticed that you have already received this award. So...congratulations for a second time:)
    Connie:)
    www.welcometofirstgraderoom5.blogspot.com

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