Finally I’m going to be a part of the “Monday Made It” brought to you by 4th Grade Frolics!
I’ve been working on a Daily 5 freebie for all my dual language or bilingual teacher friends. I find so many great freebies in English, but there isn’t a lot of Daily 5 stuff out there in Spanish.
One of my all time most popular posts is my Anchor Chart post (click here). There I shared how I manage the Daily 5 in my classroom. I use a pocket chart and direct students where they are to go. I know that the Daily 5 is supposed to be about choice, but this worked really well. My students responded very well to the routine. So I’ve created some Daily 5 pocket chart cards in Spanish to help you if you manage your Daily 5 this way.
I've also created signs in case you manage the Daily 5 as seen in my previous post (click here).
The freebie has two different Spanish translations of the Daily 5 rotations. My husband (an Argentine) and I worked on one, and then I saw my friend Krista from The Second Grade Super Kids posted a fun Daily 5 bookmark freebie…so I used her translation as well.
I've included posters and pocket chart cards that are only visuals – no words, in case you want to keep it simple or want to do your own translation.
Here you go. Please let me know if you need these translated differently, or a different look – I’ll try my best to help out!
These can also be downloaded at my TpT store - http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Daily-5-Posters-and-Pocket-Chart-Set-Bilingual
Here are 2 other great Spanish Daily 5 resources from fellow bloggers:
The Second Grade Super Kid's Super 5 Book Marks
Multilingual Multiage I-Pick
Crafts aren’t usually my area of strength – but I’ve also finally finished up my teacher tool box! I painted it Key Lime – using Rust-Oleum spray paint. I painted my future math work stations shelf the same color. Key Lime was calling to me this summer!
I chose some scrapbook paper that I really liked, but in the end it just didn’t work. It was hard to read the labels and just kind of uninspired. See below:
Then I bought some BRIGHT NEON scrapbook paper that I think works much better!
Here you can also see the future home of math work stations...it started as a beat up shelf that we had as kids and has sat unused for years in my parents' basement...aren't parent basements great!?!
Then it was key-lime-ified!
Now, it's burried under the mess of my future math work stations that are rather discombobulated at the moment...it'll get there, don't worry and I'll have a brilliant photo to share worthy of Pinterest!
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P.S. – my mom bought me a Silhouette Cameo – it’s on it’s way now – I think I’ll be walking my parents’ dog for the rest of my life to pay it off – but it’s worth it! Pin It