Help me give my students printer ink! We are in desperate need of printer ink. We use the computer every day for notices, newsletters, student work, teacher-made resources, letters home, permission slips and so much more!!
I am a 3rd-grade public school teacher in Manhattan. I teach all subject areas and have 24 enthusiastic learners in my classroom. They are eager to learn and interested in the material that is presented. They love to participate in group discussions, ask questions, and demonstrate what they have learned in new and interesting ways.
As a teacher, I am always looking for new ways to motivate my students and provide them with the best possible educational experience!
Differentiating instruction and finding new activities to engage students is necessary. We have a diverse population of children who come to us from all over the world. They come to us with different cultural backgrounds, prior knowledge, experiences, and abilities. It is our job to meet the needs of all of our students!
Printer ink is a necessity in every classroom. We use the computer every day. We need printer ink in order to print out the beautiful writing pieces we create during writing workshop. We have been writing immigration journals that we would love to publish on the computer, print out and share with our families. We use printer ink for newsletters, permission slips, bulletin boards, pictures, teacher-made resources, emails, and everything on the Internet! Any help and funding would be greatly appreciated. We thank you in advance for your kindness and support. Programs like this make New York City public schools great!!!
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