__Math Rotations__The following example will use a 4/5 combination class. All groups are using their grade level materials, going in order in the Everyday Math Book.

Group Schedule: Monday/ through Thursday Or

__Small Group Days__Group 1: One Half of the 4th Graders. This group contains some students that need the most guidance. They will start Math with the teacher first and then immediately work on their journal assignment next.

Group 2: One Half of the 4th Graders

Group 3: One Half of the 5th Graders

Group 4: One Half of the 5th Graders. This group must be the most self sufficient as they will do their journal pages the following day. They must be able to remember what to do.

Schedule: Monday/ through Thursday Or consider this

__Small Group Days__Teacher/Small Group | EM Journal Pages/Worksheet | EM Games or Fact Practice | Math Stations | |

4th | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Group 4 | 4 | 1 | 2 | 3 |

Group 3 | 3 | 4 | 1 | 2 |

4th | 2 | 3 | 4 | 1 |

Here are the materials and list of what is to be done during independent time. |

Close up of the assignment board for each grade level. |

Schedule: Friday Or consider this a

__Whole Group Day__Regular math groups will not be held. Instead you will use this time to introduce and discuss the EM Games and activities that will be in the Math Station boxes. If you need a “study hall to work on a math assignment” or to work with a student individually, this would be the time to accomplish that task. Lastly, problem solving experiences with a written “extended response” could also be taught on this day.

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