Basic Classroom Supplies Needed for Our 3rd-Grade Classroom Please!
My students need one case of paper and 3 sets of 10 privacy partitions for our classroom.
This project expired on May 28, 2018.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
"Are you ready to learn something new today Tigers?" is what I always ask my reading, language arts, and writing students every day. They always answer with a resounding "Yes we are!" as they enter my class.
My school has a high number of students who are first-generation Haitian-American immigrants, and now we have started welcoming students impacted by Hurricane Maria.
Although some of our students come from impoverished and/or devastated homes, they are rich in resilience, love, and hope.
Even though we have to cater for and adapt to such a wide range of learning needs, we know that all children will learn if given the right tools and technology (and teachers who care). As their teacher, my main objective is to enhance and improve their young learning experiences.
Our third-grade classroom is in dire need of copier paper, now that we have our own color printer for our classroom. We are almost out of paper and the students need to print out projects and assignments when necessary.
The students are printing every day and we have already run out of paper in the third week of 2018!
Our classroom also needs privacy partitions to place on top of the students' desks for when they are taking quizzes or tests. The headphones are needed for our listening center.
Your support for this classroom supplies project will enhance the learning environment for our 3rd-graders as they test and study before upcoming assessments.
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