My students are motivated and eager to learn. They enjoy being read to, and after they have heard books read to them, they enjoy reading them on their own. They enjoy literature and discussing books. They have a wonderful knack for connecting personal experiences with the literature they have read. They are learning a second language and developing their vocabulary every day. My end in mind is to develop the love of reading that will take my students on great adventures.
I teach twenty-four first grade, second language learners who are living in a low income community in Los Angeles.
Our school is a Title I school with students from preschool to fifth grade. At our school, we strive to instill the idea in our students that they are thinkers, leaders, and change makers. We are the first Leader in Me school in our area and we are very proud to be developing Thinkers, Leaders and Change Makers!
Help us keep our room clean because a clean room means happy students. My students and I appreciate a clean room. We are asking for materials to help us keep a clean and organize our classroom.
We are also asking for Clorox and Mr. Clean wipes to clean our table tops.
We are also asking for concrete tape to help us display our work and prevent it from fall off the walls. The Ziploc bags will be used to store my students individual math tools. The dog door stoppers will help keep our classroom doors open during the day. The Command hooks will be used to hang our alphabet letters in the front of our classroom.
By donating to this project your will be helping my student with a clean work environment as well as an organized work space.
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