My students need disinfecting wipes, tissue, hand sanitizer, notebook paper, post-it notes, markers, pencils, erasers, folders, glue, scissors, and stapler with staples.
This project expired on September 3, 2018.
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As a teacher in a low-income, underfunded school district, my babies are presented with many barriers inside and outside of the classroom. While I have not met my children yet, I have heard great things about them and know I will love every one of them! I am so excited to meet my students! As their teacher, it is my job to care and support them any way I can. To bridge the gap in education that they experience it is essential that we build a positive and stimulating classroom environment that helps them grow and develop in every way they can. They are our future doctors, scientist, teachers, engineers, and innovators. With a strong foundation their possibilities are limitless.
These materials will give scholars a strong start into this brand new school year and support their journey as 1st graders. Essential materials like pencils, erasers, paper, etc. will be used daily in our classroom. Posters, borders and other creative materials will create an exciting and innovative look in the classroom and promote academic success.
Young scholars learn best when they use their hands so our classroom will include as much hands on learning as possible.
Since we don't have classroom sets of materials, we're limited in how often we can engage hands-on. They are young and wiggly, they will benefit immensely from having materials used in hands on activities like glue, construction paper, scissors.
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