Students now attending school are experiencing it in a way that is unprecedented. I want to give them a more positive experience even though there are challenges they will face this year with social distancing, not being able to interact with classmates and friends as they have in the past and wearing masks for the majority of their day.
My students are creative, thoughtful and full of questions!
They absolutely love hands-on, active, engaging projects and challenges that allow them to think outside the box to find solutions! They come to school each day ready to try new things and take brave chances in order to grow both personally and academically. They are full of energy and ready to take on any challenge I throw at them, so I would be forever grateful for this opportunity and so would they!
Students will be able to use the Scholastic News magazines in person or use the digital version as well. Students will read these and be able to connect to up to date news and information in our country and the world. They are extremely motivated by these magazines and look forward to this weekly! Our school district was unable to purchase this product this year and I know that my students will be greatly disappointed. This subscription would give them the chance to stay up to date with what is going on in the world and also see what other children and people are doing around the world.
The laminator and sheets would provide students the opportunity to create projects, as well as for me to laminate various items to protect them for our classroom.
One example is their photograph on the front of their desks so people will be able to see what their beautiful faces look like even though they will be wearing masks.
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