Help me give my students items to help organize Language Arts and Math materials. The two shelves will allow the materials to be in different areas so they are not confused by what they are able to use.
As a teacher in a Title I school, I work with a lot of students who are English language learners and from low-income families. Some students are very new to the country, and the families have moved here in hopes of providing a better life for their children. In addition, more than 90% of the students in the school receive free/reduced-price breakfast and lunch.
My students are very eager and excited to learn!
I want to be able to provide my students with a comfortable and safe learning environment where they can learn to their best abilities.
Most of the lesson in my kindergarten class are taught using centers. The materials for centers are kept out so that students can use them when they have finished work early. Currently all of our Language Arts and Math materials are on the same shelf which makes it confusing for my students.
The shelves will allow my students to visually see and know what specific spaces are for Language Arts materials and which are for Math materials.
My hope is that the bins and shelves will help to keep our materials more organized and also allow me to provide my students with more choices.
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