Help me give my students Basic Curriculum: Tasks 1-16 shoe box activities. My students learn best with hands on materials that focused on their learning objectives.
This project expired on June 27, 2019.
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Our school serves students in Pre-K through 2nd grade. We are a low-income school district with a majority of our children being served, receiving free and reduced lunches. Our children come to school looking to be loved, nurtured and display a willingness to learn new things every day.
Our school is geared towards 21st-century learning.
Our school is the foundation for every students' learning for years to come. When we invest in our children during the early years of school, we are providing the basic foundational skills they will need to be productive students now, and later as successful adults.
My students have exceptional special needs and shoe box tasks are an evidence based practice that teaches foundational learning skills.
Each task box motivates the child to learn new skills from hands on materials.
Shoe box tasks provide the opportunity for children who need a high degree of structure to experience success. My students thrive on routines and organization to learn necessary skills. These tasks are are arranged to increase in skill difficulty that challenges the students learning.
My Pre-K students need every advantage learning pre-academic skills. Individualized activities give my children what they need to be successful in class. The students need to be taught in multiple ways in order for them to be ready for kindergarten.
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