More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Access to Appropriate Education
My students need hands-on materials, like a button sorting center and counting cakes, plus a laminator and pouches.
My students need hands on material to develop fine motor skills. These supplies will give choices in the classroom.
My Students are hard of hearing and are at the preschool age.
They need the opportunity to develop language and academic skills. We work every day to learn about being a student and load the skills they will need as they continue in their education.
We are asking for these items
- Good Manners Book Set to learn social skills
- Button Sorting Center hands on materials for counting and math concepts
- Magnetic Counting Maze -for fine motor skills and one to one correspondence math concepts
- Counting Cakes - hands on math counting
- 9x 11 1/2" laminating Pouches - for laminating schedules and hands on materials
- Classroom Laminating Machine - our school does not have a laminator- we need this for hands on materials that are used daily.
These students light up when learning occurs. I feel as if I am opening doors - to understanding and communication. This joyous group has lively interaction happening throughout the day. We grow through our experiences and I want to provide that for them.
This is a diverse low income school and any help will be greatly appreciated.
All students can learn. We are at a place in preschool where discovery is happening and true love of learning is beginning.
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