Help me give my students a brand new area bilingual rug. With five Spanish speaking students in my class. Three of the kids parents don't speak any English, it would wonderful for my kids to have this rug.
This project expired on December 25, 2019.
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We will learn, read play and have fun all year long. My Pre-K 4 has twenty children. We have five (5) bilingual children in our class are sharing basic language with their other classmates. Many of the Pre K 4 students are learning how to greet each other and say many statements and word in Spanish. Many of the students live in the school neighborhood.
We are in need of new floor area rugs, STEM science materials, Balls for the first Theme from August to first week of October.
We will also need construction materials for our Pre K children. Our class themes will be Balls, Trees, Cloth, Building and Recycling. Each theme is 6 to 8 weeks and we will overlap each theme unit to tie in to see how we can use all themes together.
Thank you for your support with this project at our school.
My Pre K 4 students have the opportunity too have five Spanish speaking classmates this school year of 2019-20.
For our class to have a Bilingual rug that displays, color words, numbers with bright beautiful colors will enhance the excitement of sitting on the colorful rug that will enhance their learning experience each school day for my Pre K student.
We will say the color words, numbers, shapes, days of the week and months of the year in Spanish inside our morning meetings each morning.
This Bilingual rug is colorful bright and hands on for learning with each child daily.
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