More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
Never Before Funded
$806 still needed
These materials will help students continue learning through school closures and other scheduling uncertainties related to coronavirus. Items will be delivered to the location chosen by the teacher.
At-Home Learning Supplies-pt 2
Help me give my students the gift of hands-on science experiments at home.
This is part 2 of my project of planning for at-home learning due to Covid-19 and flu spike for the upcoming school year. Wow! What an ending to a school year with uncertainty for our future! Never did I imagine that when my students and I said goodbye in March it would mean that it was our last day in the classroom. Our school is a low-income school and may not be able to have sufficient supplies which adds to the stress that our students will incur due to at-home learning.
Giving the gift of knowledge is priceless!
We were not prepared for at-home learning; however, I want to plan ahead and create a positive at-home experience for all of our 5th grade students during any time that we have to close our doors to the school again.
Due to many of our kiddos being from low income family and of homes that were directly effected by COVID-19, I want every student to be prepared so they can do their best while having to work from home. I feel certain that during this school year we will have to go to distance learning.
With each student having their own experiment books, it will: help reduce/eliminate cross-contamination when used in the classroom, allow for continued learning at home either for fun or during distance learning situations, and will aid learning beyond the textbooks.
It has been proven time and time again that most learn more efficiently and with a deeper understanding when we are given a combination of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles. I always try to offer this regardless of subject or topics. These resources will be the perfect fit for reading, science, math, writing, and can lead to some social studies/history teachings as well. Thank you for your assistance.
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