Thursday, June 7, 2012

Daily 5 Book Study Calendar

As I am obsessing over this book study I keep thinking of everything we need to keep organized. I made the sheets yesterday to take notes when I stalk follow along on each chapter. If you missed the notes click HERE. 
I've received several emails asking how to participate. 
It's really very simple. All you need to do is follow all of our blogs listed in my announcement HERE.

How it Works: 
Each of us will host a chapter. It will be broken down by grade level. For example, I will be hosting Chapter 1 & Nicole from Teaching with Style (Grade 3) will be hosting the same chapter...the same day. Then each of us will host a linky party inviting other bloggers to share their ideas. I will be linking up to everyone's Daily 5 linky parties BUT will only be hosting 2 chapters. 

 Click on either picture to print out your very own "fridge copy". I will be keeping several copies so I don't miss a thing! 
Nicole from Teaching with Style will be making another organizational book study must have. Stay tuned........... 
 


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22 comments:

  1. Cute blog Mel!!! I love Dr. Seuss as well:) Thanks for stopping by my blog and following me!!! Now, I'm YOUR newest follower!!!
    Sheri
    1st Grade Rocks!!!!

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  2. Ha ha, you're so funny! I would be obsessing too :)
    ☼Libby
    First Grade Dual

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  3. This looks great! Is there going to be a second grade host?

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    1. Yes! many of our chapter hosts are second grade teachers. You can check out my bookmark to see the grade level break down:
      http://www.teaching-with-style.com/2012/06/daily-5-book-study-bookmark-freebie.html

      ✿Nicole
      Teaching With Style

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  4. Printing it now! Love it. Thank you for sharing this:)
    Michelle @ Smitten With First

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  5. Awesome! I love that you added the links :)
    I can't wait!
    tania
    My Second Sense

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  6. Hey Chicklet,
    I'm a little late in my response - but thanks for being follower #600....how did it take you so long to enter my world!??! LOL. I, unfortunately, am in the thick of things with school still being in session - hence the reason for being relatively blogless until now...it's almost 11:00 here...ugh!

    Look forward to sharing ideas...

    Happy Summer!!!!!!

    Holly
    Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

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    1. I know I've been to your blog a ton of times before & I hit follow & I hadn't followed before! I finally have time to hit my google reader daily again! Aahh! Can't wait to blog stalk all summer :o)

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  7. Hi Mel!
    Thanks for visiting my blog!
    I am now following your AMAZING (!) blog!!
    Miss Elementary

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  8. My goodness! I don't know how I missed you before! Thank you for following my blog, and for doing the D5 Book Study! I have had the book for four years, but have not fully implemented it in my k room. I do, however, do the stations/or choices. I like the simplified system for running centers while pulling for small group instruction. I look forward to reading the discussion comments! Best Wishes!
    Maggie
    Maggie’s Kinder Corner

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  11. Hi Mel! (I'm sorry for the previous deletes-- I'm on a roll with typos and missing words. It's clearly time for me to get some sleep so I promise whatever I type this time I will just let be regardless of how it comes out, ha) I am loving your Suesstastic blog!! I found you through Tammy over at Live Laugh and Love Everyday in kindergarten. She shared a link to this book study and I can't wait to participate- such a great idea! I've read the book cover to cover but still have yet to successfully I'm hoping sharing ideas with everyone will help make it happen! I'm now following you and making sure I also follow all of the hosts :) Thanks!!

    ❤- Stephanie

    Falling Into First

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  12. Hi Mel!

    Thanks for following my blog! I've actually ordered this book but won't receive it until July :( (I'm in Australia and shipping takes a while!). I may have to catch up with the book study!

    Shanyn

    coffeekidsandcompulsivelists.blogspot.com.au

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  13. Wow! I'm loving your blog and looking forward to following you. I'm so glad Michelle @ smitten with first told me about you. ;) What a treasure! I'm your newest follower.

    Shannon
    sweetnsassyin2nd.blogspot.com

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  14. Just got my copy yesterday! I am very excited to start implementing Daily 5 next year :)

    Susan
    T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

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  15. Thanks so much for poppin' in for a visit yesterday. I've been keeping tabs on you for quite some time and I am honored that you are following me. This Daily 5 Linky is a killer idea. I will be getting my hands on a copy this weekend so I can join in the fun. I can't wait to read up on everyone's "take" on the program.

    Kelley Dolling
    Teacher Idea Factory

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  16. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your blog is fantastic! I'm your newest follower and looking forward to checking out your blog even further :)
    Colleen
    Totally Terrific in Texas

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  17. I'm your newest follower and brand new blogger! Come check out my blog!

    Amanda
    Teaching Maddeness

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  18. I found this book study early one morning while not being able to sleep! I had purchased this book ages ago but hadn't read it because my focus for the past several years has been mathematics. I am happily returning to the classroom next year and am hoping to gain a better understanding of the Daily Five so that I might implement it while still staying true to the expectations of my school board.

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  19. This is great! I have heard so much about the Daily 5 book from blogs and already intended to learn more and implement it next year! This is a great way for others (like me) to read through it with others and share ideas. Thanks!

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