The students in my classroom are hardworking and resilient. Many of them have been at our school for years, but quite a few of them have joined us due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. Many of my students have high-risk health concerns or other concerns regarding in person learning.
My students love to meet in my online classroom and do fun activities together.
This is something that is needed for many of them that may be homebound due to health concerns surrounding the pandemic. We meet online often to read stories together, do show and tell and other fun activities and games.
Our online students have many opportunities to continue to learn at home with fantastic teachers and curriculum. Due to the pandemic, many of them haven't had as much opportunity to participate in activities with others due to health or financial concerns.
We will meet biweekly-monthly in my online classroom to paint, draw, and create something that students can be proud of and share with each other and their families.
My students will also be able to increase their social and emotional skills by interacting with their peers in an online setting.
These materials will be provided to students so they can be fully prepared to participate and engage in our online activities without having to try to find the materials on their own.
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