Help me give my students materials for reading, Students will use the stools during small group so they can receive adequate reading strategies. The stools will save space so I can accommodate more students.
I am excited to teach Kindergarten students who are recipients of low socioeconomic status. These students come from homes that consists of one parent, limited resources, no technology, and where literacy is not a priority. These students' parents do not have a job to support their literacy needs. They cannot learn without the necessary supplies and food like other students; however, through motivation, determination, commitment, and quality instructions, the poverty cycle will be broken. Through dedication, teamwork, and perseverance, our school has won the highest attendance banner for several months and maintained a good score on the state's report card. The majority of my students have never attended an early childhood program.
The students receive free and reduced breakfast and lunches, food backpacks for the weekend, and fresh fruits for snack.
With your help, and mine, we can break the cycle of poverty.
My classroom only has a small amount of seating compacity for 21 students. If I am able to get these small stools, students will be able to sit comfortably at my small group table with adequate elbow space to read and write. Also, students will be able to get up with ease.
Students will use the card stock to make literacy games and stools for adequate spacing capacity.
Students can learn if they are prepared with reading materials and comfortable seating. My students will be so excited to learn that they have enough room to write and move around in small group.
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