More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Dynamic Math With DynaMath
My students need extra support in the area of mathematics with 20 subscriptions to DynaMath.
"When am I ever going to use this?" Do you remember asking yourself that question when your teacher was delivering a math lesson? Many of my students do not have the chance to experience how to use math outside of the classroom, yet so many want the opportunity to do so.
In my room of 17 students, I have many who struggle with math.
Our school is considered a Title 1 school, thus many of students receive free or reduced lunch. We have some families who are able to supply materials that deal with what we do in the classroom, however, not all families are able to give the support that their student many need due to many reasons. A big reason that many students in my room are unable to practice their math skills at home is due to the cost of materials they would need.
My students need extra support in the area of mathematics with 20 subscriptions to DynaMath. DynaMath is an amazing Scholastic classroom magazine that incorporates not only math skills, but also language arts. They hit all of the Common Core standards that Nebraska will eventually gear towards. Students will be able to read a story and then apply that information in some sort of mathematical way, whether it is a bar graph, story problem, or writing an equation. The stories that they will be reading include current events and news. It will be amazing to see the connections they will be making not only mathematically, but also with the world around them.
By donating to this project, you will be helping to benefit the mathematical and literacy skills that so many of our students struggle with.
They will be able to read a current event, connect with it mathematically, and share at home what they have learned. This magazine will do leaps and bounds for the students in my classroom.
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