Help me give my students baskets so they can have an organized area to easily select books on their level.
My students come from diverse academic and economic backgrounds. My school is a Title I school, in which most students come from low-income households. Many students also suffer from trauma, which has a major impact on their ability to learn. As a Third Grade learning support classroom, one-third of my students are diagnosed with learning disabilities. My classroom serves multiple autistic students, as well as students that suffer from trauma, anxiety, and ADHD.
Despite challenging situations, their love for learning is contagious.
They are enthusiastic and creative learners. We have a wide range of student abilities, and many students require special accommodations to support their individual learning needs.
Many books were donated to our classroom last year. Our students love to select books that interest them, but the abundance of books has made the process of choosing a book very difficult. The library is disorganized and overwhelming, and students struggle to find books that are appropriate for their reading level. Our classroom is now in need of storage containers to organize the books in our classroom library. These materials will be used to create an organized and efficient classroom library. With these materials, I will be able to level each book and group them accordingly. This will allow students to easily select books that are appropriate for their reading level.
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