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The Spring Hill K-5 reading model is designed to support successful learning by adapting instruction to meet individual students’ needs. The model is developed around small group rotations as a means of differentiating instruction. Within the reading block of instruction, teachers
- use whole group lessons to introduce, model, teach, and review skills and concepts;
- use teacher-led small groups to differentiate the instruction presented in whole group instruction. These small groups are based on students’ instructional needs;
- use guided practice to reinforce skills;
- use independent activities to provide meaningful practice.
To read more information, to see the textbooks, or to find activities you can do at home with your student, check out this website:
K-5 Everyday Math
Resources and tips for parents and students can be found on these links:
Our curriculum is designed to prepare students to be informed, thoughtful, engaged citizens as they enrich their communities, state, nation, world, and themselves. The state has prepared the following guides for parents: