I have used Daily 5 as part of my literacy center program for several years. Here are a few photos of what the kids are doing while I work with students during literacy centers.
This child is reading an enlarged version of our Phonics Library books. Her buddy is listening waiting for her turn to use the pointer. Reading is always better with a pointer.
This child is making words using stampers and Play-Doh. I decided to try keeping the Play-Doh in the container to alleviate some of the mess that it makes.
This child has made CVC words with a and i using these dog bones to go with our shared reading story, This Old Man.
Isn't it great when all the work you've put in about expectations and procedures finally start to pay off?