There’s something about comparing schedules that could keep teachers talking for hours! I mean let’s be real…when it’s time to see the new master schedule each year it gets intense! We can dissect the minutes of the day like nobody else!
I was asked to share my daily schedule on Facebook and I decided to share it with pictures….Mostly because I have a complete picture dependency and my camera is not considered an accessory anymore but rather an actual appendage.
I will leave out the dark chocolate and caffeine moments and just give you the academic parts of the day. I left the end of the day hanging a bit because we have specials classes last. I didn’t add dismissal and all that fun to the end of the day but after specials we head straight to dismissal.
So how does it compare?!?! Our full day is 7:30-2:45. I wake up at 4:45 and head to school at 6:40. I leave fast to go to two schools and pick up my own kids but we don’t make it home until 5:15 because my daughter has swim everyday after school.
What’s your day like?
Lisa Sharp says
Love everything! Would you share the apps you use and where can I get copies if your morning work for the binder?
The apps we use now at the beginning are The subitize tree, teach me 1st grade, and ten frame fill.
The morning work can be found here
Morning Work Complete Set -Math
Morning Work Complete Set-Language
Kimberly Gehring says
How do you work your guided math groups? What resources do you use for the other kiddos at that time? I am really struggling in this area.
I have a few guided math posts that may help you! I'll go into more detail soon!
Mrs. Bishop says
Love all your posts! Thank you for sharing!
Kathy moreno says
How do you work math and reading rotations? Also it says reading twice a week. What do you rotate it with? #inawe
What's in the student book boxes? Is it just books from the library they pick out? How do. You use them at the table?
Adriana Caballero says
Sleep is overrated anyway! Thanks for sharing 😉
Wow, busy day!!! Thanks for sharing. I love seeing other teacher's schedules! My school day (when I'm not on mat leave) goes from 8:45-3:45. We get 55 minutes for lunch/recess and two 15 minute recesses–one in the morning and one in the afternoon!
First Grade Garden
Sheri Ryan says
Love this post, your schedule seems very different to most I've seen. But it seems more suited to my class. I wish I had specials at the end of the day not in key learning time 🙁 maybe next year 🙂
Early Years with Sheri
Bonjour from France where the school day is slightly different: starts at 8:30 until 11:30 for most kids. 11:30 to noon is small group work. Then lunch time lasts an hour and a half (2 hours for those who don't go to small group learning). French kids eat at school or at home, full seated meal, 5 courses, yes Sir. Then they have recess. Afternoon class starts at 1:30 Pm and ends at 3: 45 with 15 minutes recess at some point. No specials, WE (teachers) do it all (PE, art, music). I realy would love to try YOUR schedule!
Jennifer Ayers says
Just reading that made me tired!
Miss Kirk says
I love the idea of sharing schedules! Thanks for sharing yours!
A Touch of Class Teaching
Lisa Robles says
Wow, that's all she could say, wow.
Love your daily data section. Where did you find those big coins? I also love your chart with the number word, tallys and number sentence – as well as the super big place value rods and ones pieces. Do you have those on your TPT? I would love to get them!
Where did you get the items on your front board – "Number Word, Tally Marks" Number Sentence??? Would love that!