Hello all, I could use some friendly tips. I have a class of 22 this year. Six of them REALLY struggle in almost everything we do. An additional 4-6 of them often require extra help. I do not have a para during math, only during reading. We do Saxon Math, which if you are unfamiliar with it - it teaches a new concept every day and constantly spirals to review concepts learned. If a do a lesson each day, I still barely cover the whole curriculum by the end of the year. My problem is, this year I have several kids who just aren't getting it. There is no time built into the program to review and I have a good 10 kids who think it is easy and who are ready to move on. I am feeling frustrated as we do the daily practice sheet, because the kids who get it are done and talking and the other half are crying. I've tried pulling small groups during recess, but I really hate doing that. This is my third year teaching this curriculum and I've never had a gap like this. So, any ideas? Anyone else using Saxon Math and found ways to overcome this? Right now, I feel this curriculum is meeting the needs of no one. It's too easy for half of them and much too difficult for the other half. Help!