My awesome first graders (six and seven year-olds) are eager to learn. We are a Title I school and many students are unable to afford basic school supplies. We like hands on opportunities and a positive learning environment to learn.
These kiddos love school and love learning.
Part of my classroom philosophy is to create an environment where these students feel safe and included in the learning process.
Instilling the love of learning in this group of students is what I live for!
Our school provides iPads for students to use in class. This is a great opportunity for young minds to explore technology. However, many students are unable to afford headphones to be able to use the i-pads. Your donation will help provide headphones for students to be able to participate!
I am anxious for all of my students to be able to participate in the exciting technological experiences.
This is a simple way for them to fit in and share the excitement technology offers.
Thanks for considering this project. I am sure you can hear their excitement as they venture into many new experiences.
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