My students are bright preschoolers and kindergartners with special needs. They are three- to five-year-olds with various disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, other health impairment, Down's syndrome, and speech/language delays.
My students are from low-income families, and almost all are English language learners.
Some have just arrived in the United States from Mexico with parents who do not speak English. Despite the many challenges they face, they come ready each day to learn and play with the most positive attitudes.
It has been a true blessing to watch my students learn and grow. These young scholars amaze me every single day with their big hearts. A day in our classroom consists of enthusiasm, energy, and excitement. Every accomplishment, big or small, is celebrated!
Our class is in need of essential supplies that we use each and every day. My project is simple. I want to maintain a clean and healthy learning environment for my students. Teaching a classroom of young preschoolers, they are still learning daily to use a tissue and cover their sneeze. The classroom can be a breeding ground for germs that cause colds and flu.
We need disinfectant sprays, disinfecting wipes, and hand sanitizers to keep our classroom clean and eliminate germs!
My students share many toys during free play in the classroom. We wipe and spray our play areas everyday. We (all the teachers) also use hand sanitzers frequently in the class to keep from getting sick and prevent the spread of germs. By keeping my classroom germ-free, my students will have less absences and be in school ready to learn!
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