Editable Must-Do, May-Do Chart

You’ve planned all these great centers and your students are working away at them.  It’s time to transition, now what?  Are you tired of wasting 5 minutes every time you need to gather your class and transition to the next activity?  Do you ever hear, “I’m done, now what?”  This Must-Do, May-Do chart is a great option!  Read more about how this can be used in the classroom for both math and literacy small group time in this post.

Read more about math centers and the activities that can be used in those small groups here.

Download the Free Editable Must-Do, May-Do Digital Chart {HERE}

7 Comments

  1. mj.monroyy

    What font is used for the words GROUPS, MUST-DO, and MAY-DO?

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    • Angie Olson

      Hi there!

      I believe the font being used it KG Shake It Off! I hope this helps! Thank you for reaching out!

      Angie Olson
      Lucky Little Learners

      Reply
  2. KaylaMarie

    Hello, I am wondering (hoping this hasn’t been answered already) if there’s a way to save and easily use this? I had them edited but every time I close it it goes away and I have to redownload every time to have an editable version.

    Am I doing something wrong? Thank you!!!

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    • Bailey Jordan

      ​Hi! We would love to help you with this question, please email us at [email protected] and we will do our best to answer it for you! Thanks so much!

      Bailey Jordan
      Lucky Little Learners

      Reply
  3. ethridgew

    Hello, I have just downloaded your free must-do, may do chart. How do I get it to be editable? It downloads as a PDF.

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    • Bailey Jordan

      ​Hi! We would love to help you with this question, please email us at [email protected] and we will do our best to answer it for you! Thanks so much!

      Bailey Jordan
      Lucky Little Learners

      Reply
  4. Kayelregan

    I believe I have purchased everything in your store. My students have been working the Digital Tooth since our Virtual Distance schooling began in March, and prior to that. we have used all your toothy products at centers.. My wish is to be able to see how they are doing online with a tally of how many correct on the first attempt.

    You have supplied a form for them to type in their answers, but so far, none have used them. Most have marked corrected but I don’t know for sure. Maybe in the future.

    Other than that, I love your products, so happy I purchased them. My students love them. I see students becoming intrinsic learners as they proudly display the teeth they have earned.

    Reply

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