You're on track to get doubled donations (and unlock a reward for the colleague who referred you). Keep up the great work!
Take credit for your charitable giving! Check out your tax receipts
To use your $50 gift card credits, find a project to fund and we'll automatically apply your credits at checkout. Find a classroom project
Skip to main content

We're a charity that makes it easy for anyone to help a classroom in need. Your gift is tax-deductible.

Your school email address was successfully verified.

Ms. Thanos’ Classroom Edit display name

  • PS 152 Evergreen
  • Bronx, NY
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

Support her classroom with a gift that fosters learning.

  • Monthly
  • One-time

We'll charge your card today and send Ms. Thanos a DonorsChoose gift card she can use on her classroom projects. Starting next month, we'll charge your card and send her a DonorsChoose gift card on the 17th of every month.

Edit or cancel anytime.

cancel

Support Ms. Thanos' classroom with a gift that fosters learning.

  • Monthly
  • One-time

We'll charge your card today and send Ms. Thanos a DonorsChoose gift card she can use on her classroom projects. Starting next month, we'll charge your card and send her a DonorsChoose gift card on the 17th of every month.

Edit or cancel anytime.

Make a donation Ms. Thanos can use on her next classroom project.

https://www.donorschoose.org/classroom/7455230 Customize URL

My students will need access to reading material that is both fresh and engaging, as well as differentiated. Their discussion has been stifled and their resources have gone stale due to the Pandemic. Nonfiction reading is a huge component within the Common Core Standards and it is often the most difficult genre for students. But that is where the Scholastic Classroom Magazines come in- they will breathe new life into reading and learning! Not only are these magazines engaging, they offer a supportive way to approach reading and foster meaningful connections in a difficult genre. Reading nonfiction can be tough, but the Scholastic Magazines are full of high interest articles, text features and photographs that can help support comprehension. Students will also learn new perspectives, develop critical thinking and use evidence to support their ideas. They may even be inspired by what they read! Many students are immediately turned off to nonfiction because it can look scary. But the beauty of the Scholastic Magazines is that they look less intimidating and offer different ways to engage with the text through the features like the headings, photos and sidebars. There are 3 different grade levels chosen as resources because that will be how the material is differentiated for each student's needs. They will make an excellent tool for small group instruction! In addition, when they are read at home, students will develop fluency by rereading them and even help their families by sharing the knowledge. What better dinner conversation is there than current events?

About my class

My students will need access to reading material that is both fresh and engaging, as well as differentiated. Their discussion has been stifled and their resources have gone stale due to the Pandemic. Nonfiction reading is a huge component within the Common Core Standards and it is often the most difficult genre for students. But that is where the Scholastic Classroom Magazines come in- they will breathe new life into reading and learning! Not only are these magazines engaging, they offer a supportive way to approach reading and foster meaningful connections in a difficult genre. Reading nonfiction can be tough, but the Scholastic Magazines are full of high interest articles, text features and photographs that can help support comprehension. Students will also learn new perspectives, develop critical thinking and use evidence to support their ideas. They may even be inspired by what they read! Many students are immediately turned off to nonfiction because it can look scary. But the beauty of the Scholastic Magazines is that they look less intimidating and offer different ways to engage with the text through the features like the headings, photos and sidebars. There are 3 different grade levels chosen as resources because that will be how the material is differentiated for each student's needs. They will make an excellent tool for small group instruction! In addition, when they are read at home, students will develop fluency by rereading them and even help their families by sharing the knowledge. What better dinner conversation is there than current events?

Read more

About my class

Read more
Message this teacher
{"followTeacherId":7455230,"teacherId":7455230,"teacherName":"Ms. Thanos","teacherProfilePhotoURL":"https://storage.donorschoose.net/dc_prod/images/teacher/profile/orig/tp7455230_orig.jpg?crop=2320,2320,x0,y0&width=136&height=136&fit=bounds&auto=webp&t=1597672676045","teacherHasProfilePhoto":true,"vanityURL":"","teacherChallengeId":21643638,"followAbout":"Ms. Thanos' projects","teacherVerify":2114589966,"teacherNameEncoded":"Ms. Thanos","vanityType":"teacher","teacherPageInfo":{"teacherHasClassroomPhoto":true,"teacherHasClassroomDescription":true,"teacherClassroomDescription":"","teacherProfileURL":"https://www.donorschoose.org/classroom/7455230","tafURL":"https://secure.donorschoose.org/donors/share_teacher_profile.html?teacher=7455230","stats":{"numActiveProjects":0,"numFundedProjects":1,"numSupporters":6},"classroomPhotoPendingScreening":false}}