I am one lucky lady with a class full of remarkable second graders. My students are smart, creative, empathetic, and determined.
These students are incredible and have navigated some of these tougher COVID times with resilience and grit.
I'm incredibly proud of what I've seen from this class already this school year and cannot wait to watch them grow.
My time spent with these students makes me a better person and I am proud to be their teacher.
Help give us a boost to our classroom library. My students love to read! I pride myself on trying to have a classroom library that truly has something for everyone. We have a good collection of books but there are a few genres that could use some more books added to them. One of the areas that we are hoping to add more books to is our non-fiction informational books. My students love reading about amazing people and places. We would love some quality informational books added to our library so we can learn from them and also use them to help with research projects. Another area that my students would love to see expand is our graphic novel section. My students LOVE this genre and can't get enough. Graphic novels really spur a love for reading. We are hoping to add more titles to this genre so everyone has access to an awesome graphic novel that wants one.
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