Kindergarten and first grade are an important time in a child's life. They are learning core academic and social skills that will set them up for success for many years to come. Kids need hands-on activities even in this technological age we live in.
My students are full of energy and wonder!
My students are part of a kindergarten/ first-grade combination class and part of a Title I school. They come from a variety of backgrounds, but always show up to school eager to learn! I have 10 kinders and 10 first graders in my class, each with their own special individual needs. In our class, there are students who receive Title 1 intervention, students who have special education support, students who receive RSP support throughout the day, as well as English language learners. With these materials, we will be able to start the year off on the right foot, ready to work, play and learn!
My students need dry erase markers, pencils, erasers, crayons, and markers for everyday lessons and craft activities. We will use the dry erase markers and erasers with our whiteboards to practice our printing, to work on our math skills and even for our phonics word work. The crayons and pencils will be used in a variety of ways throughout the day, including writing time, and literacy and math stations.
With the new school year starting, my students need to begin the year on the right track with all their supplies in place and ready to go.
The pencils, Expo dry erase markers, scissors, and crayons are basic staples needed every day in my classroom. All of these items will be used to create a fun and engaging learning environment for my students.
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