More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
My students need an easel to display books, student work, poems, carts, examples, and model activities where the students can see and participate from the carpet.
"I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn," Albert Einstein said, and this is what I try to provide to all my students each day they are in my classroom.
My class is made up with kids with a want to learn and not much life experience to learn from.
My students are like blank canvases waiting to be painted on. The students in my class have a thirst for knowledge. They have to overcome a lot of struggles at home but they come to school ready to learn and accomplish their goals. My classroom is the only place for some of my students where it is safe for them to question, make mistakes, experiment, and learn from the world around them.
One of the main goals I have this year is to create a community in my classroom that allows my students to share ideas and learn from each other. Having this easel in our classroom will help accomplish this goal. It will allow my students easy access to write down their predictions to an experiment or see a book that I am referring to in a lesson. It will give them the opportunity to add their own insight to a poem or story the class is creating. The easel will make our group carpet time a time where the students can easily communicate with each other.
This classroom easel would be such a blessing to our classroom.
It would give the students a way to participate in group time which will allow them to take ownership of their learning.
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