Help me give my students organizations and support literacy engagement and development during literacy centers. With storage bins I and my students will know where things are. This will help centers run smoothly.
I teach kindergarten in an inner city district. My students come from all different backgrounds that create a wonderful and colorful environment. There are a variety of languages spoken in the classroom such as Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, and Urdu.
Language development and social skills are very important when teaching kindergarten.
I try to offer students an ample amount of time to socialize and practice their verbal communication skills. My students are full of life, creativity and see the world so beautifully.
Kindergarten is the foundation of phonics and becoming avid readers. Through small group instruction, you can explicitly and directly teach phonics skills catered to each student’s need. In order to have a successful small group instruction, you must have materials, resources and multi sensory items. But importantly, you must be organized. This project will help me organize centers and small group instruction to enhance literacy development and will give students multi sensory tools to grasp concepts. Magnets are crucial for making and building words and the expo markers will allow them to practice their writing on white boards The items in this project will be used daily multiple times.
C&AHOME Cube Storage Organizer, 9-Cube Plastic Closet Cabinet, Modular Book Shelf Organizer Units, Storage Shelving with Doors Ideal for Bedroom Living Room Office 36.6" L x 12.4" W x 36.6" H White
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