My students need The Fairy Tale Stem set to allow my students to work together and problem solve. They need to explore with the Code-A-Pillar and the Imagination Builders Set.
My students are full of energy and very inquisitive. My kids are ready to explore, learn, and grow. These young transitional kindergarteners are ready to to learn about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) and I want to give them the tools to help reach their potential.
Transitional kindergarten students are just starting their educational career, and I want to show them that learning can be interesting, fun, and exciting.
The students in my class love to learn, and I want to do everything I can to provide opportunities in the classroom to built that love for school.
These materials will provide valuable opportunities for students to learn about STEAM. These kits will be used daily during my small center time. Kids will be working in small groups to collaborate and create.
After reading fairy tale books, the kids will be able to act out the problems presented in the stories.
Then they will be able to communicate with their peers on how they will solve those problems and test their solutions. I can't wait to see the kids learning from their attempts and celebrating their success.
The Imagination Builders Set will be used for my "Creation and Exploration" time. This is a daily time for kids to be kids. Using these creative builder sets, the children will be able to create like little engineers and three-dimensional artists. This set will give them tools to help their imaginations come to life.
The Think and Learn Code-A-Pillar will inspire my students to code with an interactive class pet that teaches cause and effect. This cute little Code-A-Pillar teaches my young coders critical thinking and reasoning all while having fun.
These kits will help prepare students for 21st Century learning and get them ready for a new world ahead.
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