This project is part of the Black History Month celebration because it supports a Black teacher or a school where the majority of the students are Black.
I am in my 3rd year of teaching kindergarten. My students are wonderful individuals who are always excited about learning! Because they are such great learners, they deserve the best!
My students come from low-income families.
They are loving, caring, and grateful little ones who deserve the best! Our school is a Title I, STEM school with 100% free lunch. Our school is unique in that we have a small community of children. We are more family oriented than the average school.
The headphones will be used everyday in our literacy and math centers with our Ipads. In literacy centers, the students will listen to books online, play literacy games, practice writing their letters the school way, and much more! In math he students will work on math programs, play math games, learn to write their numbers and much more!
The headphones from this project will help my children stay focused, and help make learning time even more valuable.
The durability of these headphones will make it easier for my children to handle, and will help make them last for a long time to serve many children for years to come.
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