I am so thankful to be able to teach a group of 6 and 7 year olds that are energetic, eager to learn, and filled with curiosity about the world around them! This group of students love to learn through hands-on activities. We are lucky to be apart of a small public school in Vermont where the community is positive, supportive and nurturing. At our school, we love to explore the nature trails, beautiful gardens, and collect eggs from our chickens!
Our classroom is not only is filled with scientists, mathematicians, readers, and authors, but also filled with love and friendship.
What I love most about my classroom is that together we have so much fun while we are learning that we forget that we are even learning!
In our classroom, we love learning reading and writing skills through big books! The magnetic write-and-wipe big book easel will help to ensure that my students are getting the most out of our interactive read-aloud lessons. Students will also be able to use the whiteboard and magnetic part of the easel as an engaging hands-on literacy center to practice phonics and writing skills. Additionally, the easel will help to store our big books and literacy center materials in an easy to access place in our classroom.
The easel will help to meet the needs of the different learning styles, needs, and interests among my students in my classroom during whole-group instruction and literacy centers.
Students will be able to use the easel for spelling words with magnetic letters and doing writing activities on the whiteboard. The easel will help to display our big books so that students can build on their reading strategies.
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