My classroom is filled with students who have a variety of different needs. Some students have disabilities, some are learning English, and some have emotional needs. Some of my students simply need to be challenged. Despite their challenges, they all come to school very eager to learn and bring a lot to the table.
My students don't necessarily have extra materials or resources at home, so they are very appreciative of the ones we have in the classroom.
This school is in a low-income area, filled with children with many different needs, but seeing them have the opportunity to have these amazing materials from Donors Choose is truly a blessing! These materials will really help my students explore.
Thank you in advance for adding to the success of our classroom!
While thinking of ways to make this school year exciting again, this idea popped into my head. What better way to celebrate the 100th day of school this year than making shirts? This will not only be a fun project for students to do, but we will also be able to wear them together that day. Some students will wear them at home, some at school or wherever they are learning.
This will provide a sense of community within my classroom and help bring students together.
Students were ripped away from so many things this year, so this will be one way to bridge those gaps and help them simply be children again!
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