My students need these supplies to make their learning experience more comfortable and engaging. They need the bean bag chairs and wobble chairs to have more seating options when reading and working independently.
I teach in a second grade classroom at a Title I school. I have 17 students that come from many different backgrounds. My students come to school eager to learn.
Our school is a place where students receive love and support from many individuals, including myself, throughout the school year.
My students work hard everyday. They love to use technology to expand their knowledge and explore new topics. I have students with many different interests. They love to share their interests and knowledge with other students. These students are always ready to help one another in class.
I want my students to have access to these supplies to enhance their learning environment. The bean bag chairs and wobble chairs will allow the students choose a more comfortable spot when reading.
These materials will allow my students to be more comfortable and engaged in our classroom!
The clipboards will be used when students work around the room and use the seating options that are not at a desk. The Hot Dots, letter stamps, and dry erase pockets will allow me to implement more engaging center activities. The caddies will allow me to store student supplies and be able to distribute them quickly, which will allow for shorter transition times.
Finally, the wireless doorbell will allow me to easily get my students attention. This will be helpful when rotating during centers our bringing their attention back to me during whole group instruction.
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