I wish I had additional support but unfortunately I do not. We do have aides who run our intervention groups and those are tailored very specifically to the skills those children need help building. For instance there may be 3 children who are working specifically on phonemic awareness, 4 on letter naming, another group on decoding words, etc. As far as my baskets are concerned, I circulate the floor and help those children who need me, also they work with a group of 5 children of varying levels so they help each other as well. I decide on my basket activities based partially on what we are studying that week in the reading program....for instance if we are introducing a letter we will have a basket activity working on that letter. I also choose baskets to make sure I am hitting the important areas of literacy...phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, and fluency. I am not sure if I am answering your question...let me know.