My students need storage units and tubs for math and literacy centers.
This project expired on June 18, 2018.
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My students are special because they are EXCITED about learning! They come from various homes: single-family, both working parents, military family...but what makes us special is our community. Our neighborhood, a small suburb of Phoenix, believes in education and making sure children get an excellent academic start. We are blessed to have active partnerships with parents, community members, & PTA. With so many involved adults, it is amazing to see what ideas and resources we can add to the classrooms - to make learning engaging and accessible to everyone!
Centers happen throughout the day in our Kindergarten room. The students are using dice, laminated pieces, puzzles, and all kinds of tactile objects for both reading/writing and math. Presently these items are found on the floor, on bookshelves, or scattered around the room. Students can get confused about when to use items and where they are stored for "clean-up."
Having a central storage unit for the pieces and tools needed for centers will help the children transition quickly and keep the centers lasting for years to come!
These storage units will allow the Kindergarteners in our room to use the centers as needed and provides spaces to store them. The children already keep the tools organized, these colored tubs and shelves just make it easier to maintain centers and manage them! I also think the colored tubs will provide clarity for when we are using reading/writing centers versus math centers.
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