You'll see that a lot of my reading lessons don't have recording sheets, which is because I don't use them everyday. My number one priority for reading workshop is to have my students reading, so I try very hard to not allow my mini lessons to run into my students' independent reading time.
You may also notice that on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, I'm teaching Types of Story Problems and teaching a framework task from the state of Georgia. These tasks are strongly encouraged by my district, and you can find there here. I don't do all of the activities, but I do try to incorporate the ones that will compliment my math units. I don't use any of these tasks on Tuesdays and Thursdays since those are the days we have our math work stations.
I'm only showing pictures of new workstation activities, since there isn't enough room for pictures of each work station activity. Even though it's not October yet, I'm starting the October Spiral Review Task Cards. I didn't want to prep for September, if I only needed them for one week. And, I'm kind of sort of getting excited for fall.
One of my favorite social studies resources is our Georgia Studies Weekly newspapers. I love them so much! I used to be able to let my students write in them and keep them, but due to budget cuts, we have to reuse them from year to year. I've laminated them and have been using the same set for three years now. It works, but I really wish I could let my students keep them.
Just to give you a heads up, be sure to check back in a little later this week. I finished TWO products this weekend, and one of them has to be my number one most requested product...hint, hint:)