I co-teach an amazing group of second graders! Our students are extremely motivated to learn and have a thirst for knowledge.
We are a diverse school in an incredible town with a very supportive community.
My students come from all walks of life, and together create a unique group of little learners. Our school is a warm, nurturing place where students love to come each day to work together and learn from each other. The goal is to make learning interactive and fun!
We love to be creative and brighten up our students' days with engaging and fun projects. Our printer has completely run out of ink and we are desperate to bring a pop of color back to our room. Having ink and labels is essential in our classroom because the students use the printer to bring their Writer's Workshop books to life! They are amazing authors in training and being able to put their work together and print truly has an amazing impact on their motivation to continue working and learning. We are able to use the labels to correct errors students have made without having to rewrite entire portions of their stories. We lovingly call it our "boo-boo" tape. It allows students to try their best independently with the opportunity to correct mistakes without "ruining" their hard work from the first attempt. Ink is also critical in allowing us to print interactive games that the students "play" during centers. They get to collaborate with their classmates all while immersed in learning new concepts. Being able to print these resources to meet our students' needs is essential to providing them with the specific skills they need to practice in real time!
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