My students are sweet, hard working, and curious. They come from low income households, and often struggle with obtaining school supplies. Thanks to Apple's ConnectEd grant, these students have iPads in the classroom, preparing them for our rapidly advancing, technologically-based society.
These students show incredible imagination and curiosity about each subject!
I have students who love to write and draw, and I have students who love the challenge of a difficult math or science problem. They're fascinated with learning about other cultures, and what life is like for other kids their age.
The students in my school don't have a lot of opportunities outside the ones provided through the school, but they are thirsty for knowledge and love learning new things!
My students often struggle to bring all the supplies they need to school. Everything in this project will be used to help my students be prepared and organized for class each day. The basic supplies such as pencils, erasers, glue, and paper will be used in many ways every day. Activities such as writing stories and hypotheses, drawing observations, and creating posters for presentations require all of these supplies. The sharpeners will be used to help my students stay at their desk during quiet work times to prevent them from disrupting those around them.
This year my students will learn why it is important to be organized.
The folders will be used to organize our assignments, and the book rings will be used to keep stories and essays organized while we work on them. Learning to be organized is an important skill that will be needed for the remainder of their school career.
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