As my students walk into the classroom, they are ready and eager to learn. Every day they share how much they enjoy coming to school. I want them to feel safe and know they can accomplish anything if they apply themselves. I teach at a school where it's income based and many of the children receive backpack food for the weekend.
My students come from different cultural backgrounds and I try to meet each student’s needs.
Regardless of their backgrounds, my students are excited to learn. They want to do their best in school and achieve their goals in life.
My student will use the Listen & Learn Phonemic Awareness Activity Program to follow the step-by-step lessons to build phonemic awareness in an involving & interactive way! By having Listen & Learn Phonemic awareness, will help my students focus on the individual sounds that make up words, identifying and enunciating each phoneme. The Listen & Learn Phonemic Awareness Activity will support my student’s speech and language development by boosting essential reading skills. It will help children learn sight-words that are frequently encountered in texts, and read to children from a variety of materials, including storybooks with catchy, repetitive phrases.
By donating to our project, you will not only help to improve and increase student speech and language development, you will ultimately help to increase their academic achievement.
Encourage children to have fun with words by experimenting with sound substitution and rhymes and provide audiobooks that allow children to listen and follow along with stories without distractions.
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