Help me give my students the opportunity to have a place where they can all comfortably come together for our special time during the day on a Sunny Day Rectangle Carpet.
This project expired on November 16, 2019.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
Each morning my students come into my classroom with smiles on their faces, ready to learn. My students are curious learners who need more resources to succeed and learn new things that can take them above and beyond the typical elementary school classroom. How can we expect the future of our world to have amazing success without the resources to do that? My students love to learn and despite the many challenges we face daily, I try to make each and every one of my students feel success in our classroom. I do my personal best to keep all their learning experiences relevant, engaging, and exciting! I love seeing them light up when they finally "get it." That's a look that no teacher can forget!
The classroom carpet is a common meeting place for students and the teacher. Concepts are introduced and practiced. Stories are heard. Thinking takes place. We can gather around something new and explore it together. It's that one special place where everyone feels welcome and everyone knows that something new and exciting is about to take place! The carpet is a home inside a classroom, fostering learning and creativity. Community is so critical in developing confident, capable learners. By having a classroom carpet, the students will have a chance to get out of their chairs and come together to learn, up close and personal!
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