My students need these early math learning centers for independent practice with math skills
My students come from a large, rural, neighborhood community about 20 miles north of a major city. Our community does a great job of partnering with our school. Even though we have great community support, we still need materials that will enhance our students' learning.
After 25 years of teaching First Grade,This year I am teaching Kindergarten.
I am excited about this new challenge, however I now have a need for materials that are appropriate for this age group. I know any donation is very appreciated by my students and myself.
These materials will make a difference in my students learning because the materials being requested will allow students to work independently to practice math skills while I'm working with a small group of students.
These materials are kid friendly enough where students can learn from the moment they pick them up.
Students will be able to work on counting, number sense, addition, subtraction, and lots more. Kids learn best when they have hands on materials that help them grasp the concept of number sense. These center games allow students to work on independence while working on their math skills.
It is so important for students to build an early foundation of math skills in order to build upon these skills for students to be successful in later grades.
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