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304 is in Need of More!
My students need an easel to help with reading, writing, and drawing ideas, as well as a classroom pocket chart to keep organized!
Have you ever had so many papers thrown all over your desk? You weren't sure how to organize them? Well that's how it tends to get in a 3rd grade classroom. Have you ever gotten an idea in mid-step and had no place to jot it down? Well in third grade, ideas are constantly brewing!
My students are 3rd graders at a school located in a major metropolitan area.
They spend their days in school, sharing ideas and using their burning brains. Their nights are spent riding their bikes, playing sports on the street, going to a soccer game at the local rec. center, participating in after-school clubs, or eating pizza at one of their favorite pizza shops.
The school they attend provides them with a rich education. The teachers are here at the crack of dawn and stay until the moon shines. We do these kinds of things because our hearts are 100% in it. We are passionate about our students and want to provide them with the best education we possibly can. In turn, our students grow into ambitious, caring individuals. They are prepared for the next step in their little lives once they leave our classroom.
Last year was my first year with my own classroom. It was a wonderful, successful year, but of course I noted the things I wanted to improve upon throughout the year. I kept telling myself I really wanted an easel for my classroom. I thought it would really help with displaying posters, drawing examples, and using it in my small groups. It provides a place for us to share ideas in one simple-to-see and simple-to-reach spot. This easel will definitely be used on daily basis. We can use it in our centers, small group instruction, or as another place to display vocabulary, spelling, etc.
Also, I decided my students could truly benefit from having an organization station pocket chart. This chart will help with organizing notes, assignments, and parent/school communication. The 27 roomy pockets will make it easier to collect, distribute, and organize student work! I noticed how well it worked for other teachers and knew I had to incorporate it into my own room.
This project will only assist in my students' success.
It will only allow my students to further their education. It will teach them the importance staying organized and prepared. It will allow them to have a place to share ideas and better explain their thoughts. Overall, as their teacher I will be able to guide them through a successful year with our new supplies. I will also be able to use these supplies for many years to come!
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