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I am building up a new classroom. I am seeking donations that help my students: 1. Show work individually on small whiteboards. This allows for students to work and rework problems and allows for quick redo's after being redirected. 2. Present group work on larger white boards. The whiteboards we are using have grids allowing them to count squares to cement concepts like linear equations. 3. Create group posters using colored cardstock to be a displayed. Kids really connect with the ability to write like the teacher does. It gives them a sense of agency.

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I am building up a new classroom. I am seeking donations that help my students: 1. Show work individually on small whiteboards. This allows for students to work and rework problems and allows for quick redo's after being redirected. 2. Present group work on larger white boards. The whiteboards we are using have grids allowing them to count squares to cement concepts like linear equations. 3. Create group posters using colored cardstock to be a displayed. Kids really connect with the ability to write like the teacher does. It gives them a sense of agency.

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