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I want to provide my students with hands-on materials that they can use at home to support their learning. Students in my classroom learn through play and hands-on experiences. Many of my students do not have access to simple materials such as paint or play dough, making it difficult for them to completely engage in the lessons. With the materials I receive, I want to create “Take Home Learning Bags” for my students so they can be ready for blended learning. I have listed materials needed to develop their fine motor skills such as play dough, foam stickers, and eye droppers; materials to develop their creative, visual arts skills such as the finger paint, paper, and glue; materials to develop their social emotional skills using the cultural diverse people to identify themselves and body parts; materials to develop their cognitive skills such as blocks to create structures, Unifix cubes and counters for counting, sorting and making patterns, using the magnetic alphabet letters to recognize letters and spell their names; and materials for STEAM activities such as the craft sticks, pompoms, and play dough. During the spring, I tried to use materials that they would find in their homes but even this was difficult because many of them live in shelters. My goal is to provide my students with the materials that they can keep at home to help them engage in learning.

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I want to provide my students with hands-on materials that they can use at home to support their learning. Students in my classroom learn through play and hands-on experiences. Many of my students do not have access to simple materials such as paint or play dough, making it difficult for them to completely engage in the lessons. With the materials I receive, I want to create “Take Home Learning Bags” for my students so they can be ready for blended learning. I have listed materials needed to develop their fine motor skills such as play dough, foam stickers, and eye droppers; materials to develop their creative, visual arts skills such as the finger paint, paper, and glue; materials to develop their social emotional skills using the cultural diverse people to identify themselves and body parts; materials to develop their cognitive skills such as blocks to create structures, Unifix cubes and counters for counting, sorting and making patterns, using the magnetic alphabet letters to recognize letters and spell their names; and materials for STEAM activities such as the craft sticks, pompoms, and play dough. During the spring, I tried to use materials that they would find in their homes but even this was difficult because many of them live in shelters. My goal is to provide my students with the materials that they can keep at home to help them engage in learning.

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