My students are wonderfully creative and imaginative thinkers. They amaze me with their innovative ideas and creativity! They are energetic and eager to learn!
My students love to learn from one another and they are very collaborative, cooperative learners.
We participate in many small group learning activities, and they are always respectful and thoughtful toward one another. We have a very diverse classroom, which makes our learning community even more special. These students are smart, motivated to learn, and passionate second graders!
This year we have made a conscious effort to expose students to more STEM-centered projects and learning opportunities. We want all students to know about the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields. Moreover, we want them to feel like they are part of these fields and could pursue a career down one of those paths. The materials we are requesting would bring this STEM learning to life.
I want all of my students to feel confident that they can be successful in any STEM-related career if they had the desire.
This confidence is built upon early exposure to STEM challenges. The snap circuits kits, K'NEX, roller coaster kits, magnetic tiles, and LEGO challenge kits are en engaging way to get students thinking about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. They will be used during our weekly STEM time, when students will be rotating time with each kit. With your help we can inspire the next scientists, technology experts, engineers, and mathematicians! I hope you will consider contributing to our class project!
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