My students are some of the most loving and thoughtful kids and they deserve to have everything and more! I wake up every day and feel so blessed to have such a great group of students who I am allowed to inspire and encourage to be their best.
Kindergarten is such a special age because of the amount of learning that occurs in such a small period of time!
My ultimate goal for my students is to love school; by building that foundation my hope is that they will become life-long learners. Each one of my students will always remember Kindergarten and I am so proud to be their teacher!
My students are needing some new math manipulatives and tools to help them explore different mathematical concepts. Some of the items on the list are games and different playful activities. Research has proven that students learn best when they play! These activities and hands on materials will allow my students to really grow in different math areas while having fun!
Manipulatives have been found to help with verbalizing mathematical thinking, discuss mathematical ideas and concepts, and relating real-world situations to math.
My students will be able to better understand math in a more visual and hands on way with these manipulatives and tools. Some of the manipulatives that I am asking for are: Privacy folders that will allow them to focus better during independent work, hands on number grids, addition and subtraction flip books, various addition and subtraction games, number identification activities, number tracing cards, and various manipulatives that will allow them to practice counting and also learning addition and subtraction.
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