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Old 08-21-2014, 09:52 AM
 
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I know we post these every once in a while - but I need them now!

Just heard that we are nearing 30 kids per class this year in fifth... if that's the case, it will be my biggest class ever...

I have my kids put numbers on the upper right corner of every paper they do. It helps in my gradebook, figuring out who handed things in, and even fire drills.

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I had 30 5th graders last year. I also use numbers to keep track. When I have desks in groups, I put a different color dot sticker on the right hand corner of their desks. I will then say "Yellow dots collect the papers" or "blue dots get the materials".
I also put an "A" or a "B" on each dot. Then when it's time to talk to your partner, I say, "A's tell B's what the setting is...B's tell A's the directions for the assignment" or something like that. Obviously, if someone is absent, I pair up the odd-ones out or work in 3's.
With 30, I had to have 6 per group in reading, in order to get to each group each week.
I'm not sure if these are the kinds of things you were looking for, but I hope it helps
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