A typical day in my classroom consists of working with first through third grade students with special needs. Due to the limited budget that our school has, we have limited supplies given to us, this can be a struggle at times because I am not able to give my students everything that they need.
My students are in first through third grade.
The boys and girls that I teach all have special needs. Many of my students struggle with their reading ability, most of my students are at least two years behind their current grade level. My students come from families with very little income. Some of my students are homeless. My students are very eager to learn new things, they try very hard to practice their reading skills. My school is in a high poverty area, we are a k-8 campus with about 492 students enrolled.
The special easel that I am requesting would have a huge impact in my classroom. Not only would it make it easier for students to participate in lessons. It would also be a mobile device that we could incorporate into our learning centers during our reading block. My students would be able to showcase their work and even demonstrate their writing skills to our class.
Donations to this project would greatly improve my classroom because it would mean so much to not only myself but to my students as well.
My students would enjoy being able to write on the easel and display their work. Being able to incorporate this easel into our center learning would be a great advantage to some of my students who are visual learners.
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