My students need a space to store their individual items when they come to school. This includes their backpacks, shoes, boots, coats, mittens, and hats! This space would be a cubby for them!
This project expired on December 27, 2018.
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In a community of 20 little friends, we strive to meet our goals
whether its learning new letters or having a kind soul.
Kindergarten is a time for learning new skills both academically and socially. As students enter this foreign world of school, there is many anxieties and wonders of the world.
To make my students feel comfortable, I like to create a space that is welcoming, friendly, and adaptable for the 5 and 6 year old body. It is important that students are able to learn but also are in an environment where they love school. My students are exposed to many backgrounds and diverse needs, but in the end we always learn to love one another.
When students come into the classroom they are to hang their items on a hook in the classroom. Many of these items get dismantled with the 24 small bodies coming in and attempting to hang their items up. This causes students to feel frustrated with the lack of space and causes us to spend a lot of classroom time to get items situated. There are also many
students who value their personal spots in the classroom and make them feel valued.
We need a coat locker cubby. This spot would be a cubby to hang their coats and backpacks as well as a spot to put their mittens, hats, and boots. To have their own personal space will create less frustration by having a spot to put their items and a lot less missing mittens!
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